In the previous part of the series “How to display the Latest Products section in different ways”, we learned how to do it with Meta Box and Gutenberg. As promised, we’re showing you another method that uses Meta Box and a page builder. Today, I choose Elementor.
Previously, we introduced to you how to create thumbnails and featured images for categories using Meta Box and Gutenberg. So in this tutorial, let’s find out how to do it with taxonomies. Basically, it’s quite similar to the method for categories. So if you don’t use any page builders, you can refer to our last post. Otherwise, try this way with Oxygen Builder in this article.
Meta Box has just updated a new feature in MB Custom Post Types & Custom Taxonomies extension to help you migrate data from CPT UI to Meta Box in a jiffy. That interesting feature will save a lot of time and shorten the process dramatically.
Update MB Custom Post Types & Custom Taxonomies or Meta Box AIO now to use it.
On the homepage or landing page of a business and eCommerce site, you can find that most of them have the Latest Products section. This is a really important part that every website owner wants. So, Meta Box decided to bring you a new tutorial series about How to display the Latest Products section in different ways. We believe that our series will help you have more choices and understand the differences between the tools and methods.
After the 4 articles in the FSE series, we’ve received a lot of positive feedback from readers. In particular, many of them asked to have one more part about Gutenberg block patterns. So, we came up with a post that has everything you need about this feature, like what block patterns are, their applications, how to create one, and the good resources of block patterns. Let's spend 5 minutes reading now!
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Any website owner knows that analyzing website content for SEO is very important. To do it, people usually use SEO plugins. Among these plugins, Yoast SEO is one of the most well-known and popular. It’s undeniable that this plugin has done its job incredibly. However, it still has a minus point which is the lack of custom fields' content analysis. To solve this problem, Meta Box has launched a free extension called Meta Box for Yoast SEO. Without any further ado, let’s spend the next 5 minutes reading to know how to set up SEO analysis for contents in custom fields created by Meta Box.
If you are willing to change from ACF to Meta Box, how can you move all the custom fields data? Not only you but many others care about this matter. Therefore, recently Meta Box has released a new free extension called MB ACF Migration. This extension helps users migrate custom fields data from ACF to Meta Box with ONLY ONE CLICK. In this post, I will show you how to do that at the drop of a hat.
As we mentioned in the article about Full Site Editing and others in this series before, block themes (or block-based themes) and the Full Site Editing (FSE) feature are changing the way we build WordPress sites. In each WordPress version, the block editor is updated with new features until it’s completely integrated with the core. So users, developers, and theme makers surely need to prepare themselves and keep updated every day for this revolution. That’s why finding resources to learn about block themes is important.