In this series, we’ve gone through some methods with different page builders to create a page. Today, we’ll introduce a way with another page builder - Bricks - to create a Team Members page. Let’s explore how it does!
Next to the previous tutorial on creating a simple listing using Meta Box and WP Grid Builder, we’re going to do the same thing using Bricks today. We also display the information from custom fields created by Meta Box and create some filters for posts.
To continue the series Create Team Members Page, we’re having this post to do it with Oxygen. We still use a custom post type instead of cloneable fields. Let’s see how!
In this practice, I also have the same sample of the page as the first tutorial in this series which uses Elementor.
There are many ways to create a Team Members Page. With custom fields and Meta Box, you can choose to use cloneable fields or custom post types.
If you are looking for ways with cloneable fields, it’s the same as the method we used in the series on creating brand logos for partners. Just follow it.
We’re having this series of tutorials on using custom post types and using different page builders. Let’s follow us and see how!
Having variations for products is a common thing in e-commerce websites. If your website is built with Oxygen, let’s dig in this tutorial to know how to have product variations using custom fields and display them on a single product page beautifully.
In the previous part of the series “Display images from cloneable fields”, we introduced you to do it with Meta Box and Gutenberg. As promised, we are going to show you another method that uses Meta Box and another page builder, Oxygen.
Display images from cloneable fields is a common task for those who are building a website. For example, you may want to display a series of brand logos of typical clients or partners, even a testimonial section with an avatar along with the clients’ name and quote. In this series, we will take a ride to do it with a simple case study, brand logos.
Each restaurant or business will have different opening hours. To have that information and display them for each on a website, there might be some techniques including using custom fields. We’re going to add an Opening Hours section into the single restaurant page in this tutorial as this example:
In eCommerce, we usually see a product that has a bunch of different variations. For example, a T-shirt may have different colors along with different information such as size and price, then each one will be a variation.
Today, we are going to display them all in a clever way on the single product page. Whenever you click on a color button, all the corresponding information of that variation will be displayed, even in the image gallery.