Last week, we introduced MB Blocks, a plugin that allows you to create Gutenberg blocks with just PHP. Today, we’re happy to announce that you can now build Gutenberg blocks visually with Meta Box Builder. That means you don’t have to write any single line of PHP code. Everything can be done with the Meta Box Builder UI.
We’re happy to announce that our latest extension for Meta Box – MB Blocks is now available for download. This extension allows you to create custom Gutenberg block with only PHP. There’s no need to learn React, Webpack or Babel. Everything is straight-forward and very easy for Meta Box users.
News or e-commerce websites, which have multiple blog posts or products, usually need Related Posts. Adding related posts to your posts brings some advantages of SEO and user experience. However, using plugins which create related posts automatically may not satisfy when you want to choose some particular related posts. In this tutorial, we’ll use Meta Box to create related posts that you can choose manually.
To increase the compatibility and easily develop new extensions for Meta Box, we have implemented the major version 5.0.0. This version has a number of major changes and may not be backward compatible. In case you see any problem, please let us know or roll back to an older version.
The product page is considered as the most essential page on a website, especially an e-commerce website. That is where your customers spend the most time and attention. It has the main impact on your customer’s buying decisions as well. That’s why creating a great product page always is the most principal thing in the website development progress.
We worked so hard for this big update of Meta Box Builder in the last month. And today, the new major version of the plugin is available for download. Please login to your account and get it now!
As you know, by default, WordPress comes with two post types: page and post. If you want a more variety of suitable post types to choose from, e.g., a post type for products, you have to create them yourself. Such post types are called Custom Post Types.
WordPress users must be familiar with the concept of content type classification using Categories or Tags. These things also are called Taxonomy. So what is Taxonomy? Simply, it gives you various options for classifying new content types. This article will introduce you to the process of creating a custom taxonomy that stores additional custom content types without mixing them with Categories or Tags.
I guess that you have heard or even used the Flexible Content Field from Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) plugin. Haven’t you? If you are looking for ways to create it but don’t want to use ACF, follow this post. I will guide you to create one kind of ACF Flexible Content Field, but using Meta Box plugin to do.