In the introduction video of MB Views, we showed you how to use the plugin to get post fields and custom fields to display on singular and archive pages. But MB Views is more powerful than that. It allows you to run almost all PHP code in the view. In this tutorial, we’re going to use the plugin to display connected items from relationships, creating with the MB Relationships extension.
One common problem while creating WordPress templates with MB Views is how to create template parts and including them in multiple views. Think about it like
get_template_part in a WordPress theme. This helps to reduce the duplication across views and when you need to update, you have to do that in one place.