Thanks to the ubiquity of the Internet, nearly every adult will at some point contemplate setting up a website. The site may be for business, for popularizing a cause, or for sharing their personal thoughts with the world. Setting up a website involves plenty of decisions.
One of the powerful features that help developers add more functions to a WordPress website is Custom Fields. Though most of us don’t use custom fields in an independent way, this is still a significant platform for digging deeper into WordPress.
For developers and WordPress newbies to easier work with custom fields, Meta Box has developed an extension called Meta Box Builder.
Instead of copying the code of custom fields and embedding it into a website, the export and import features we’re going to talk about in this post will help you to do that without touching the code. This method has the same advantages: synchronizing custom fields between sites, easy back up, and saving the setup time. But, there is a difference. If you don’t know where to embed, edit, or save code as instructed in the previous post, this method can help you to do them all.
It’s been almost a month since our last update announcement post. There are a lot of new and important improvements in Meta Box and extensions. Let’s find out below.
If you regularly work with many different projects in website development, especially the projects have the similar custom fields, this post will be useful for you. This guide will bring you an easy way to copy meta boxes and custom fields from one site to others with our Meta Box Builder.
There is one more nice week with our great upgrade of extensions. We’ve tried to make the plugin more and more powerful and flexible to use, so follow up our updates to get full of Meta Box’s power. Now, let’s see what we did last week!
Today, we’ve just released a new minor update for Meta Box – version 4.15.0. This version includes a new
osm field type for OpenStreetMap, along with some improvements for performance. Let’s see what’s new below.