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Hi, need a little advice there : I have some custom fields on a post type.
I want to give the users the possibility to edit those fields with a page on the frontend.
– First question : what do you think is best : send them to the post page and display a form under the content if they are connected – or create another page on WordPress dedicated to posts edition where I pass the post_id with a querystring for example.
– 2nd question : I’ve seen that if I display only the custom fields and save them, the title would be empty, so I have to add post_fields=”title” in the shortcode. But I don’t want them to edit the title !
What’s your best solution ? Maybe a filter that add a readonly the the title field, or CSS to hide title field ?
Thanks for your advices !
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