Have you ever had a regularly updated cheat sheet on a page or post, but you do not want to manually edit it anymore? I have edited my cheat sheets by hand for Black Friday event. I had to update deal lists several times per day, and that was a true nightmare.
Thus, I managed to find a more effective way to add an automatically updated cheat sheet. All I have to do is to create a submission form to input data, then the data will be automatically inserted into a table. This way can display data in a both stunning and convenient way. Let’s see how to do this!
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As you all may know, custom fields are definitely so powerful and effective in WordPress. However, if your website has too many custom fields’ data, your database will be bloated considerably. So, to solve this problem, you should try moving your custom fields’ data to a custom table.
Read till the end to watch our video tutorial.
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Are you getting stuck on placing a banner on all pages of the website as well as customizing the size, title, image, ... on the banner? Don’t worry, this can be done easily by creating a settings page on the back end, and then add some custom fields. Each custom field is a parameter to customize the banner. After that, just use a shortcode to display the banner on the page you want.
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If you want to use Meta Box to create custom fields or a settings page without installing it, there is another way that is bundling it into another plugin.
You may wonder why we need to do it. It’s because when you create a website for clients, it may be a good idea to hide information such as the used plugins. This time, bundling Meta Box into another plugin will be an effective way.
Let's see how to do it.
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If your products or posts have a lot of information adding from custom fields, this information won't automatically be updated to the RSS feed. To include them in the RSS feed, you need to perform some operations.
This article will show you how to get information from a custom field created by Meta Box then include them into the RSS feed.
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Translating custom fields is a necessary part of translating your WordPress site. Thanks to the help of plugins, this work becomes much easier. In this post, I will give you detailed steps to translate your custom fields with WPML plugin.
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Does it seem like we have not updated anything since last month? No, it's not like that. We did it every day and are trying to do it regularly. Actually, we took 7 improvements for 5 extensions in the last 2 weeks. Impressive?
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Such a great day for us when we've just came back to the office on the first working day after the biggest Vietnamese holiday and received this news. Today, we've got the number of 400,000+ active installations, counted by WordPress.org.
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Yoast SEO plugin allows you to set dynamic variables for its meta tags, such as
%%title%% for post title or
%%excerpt%% for post excerpt. If you're advanced WordPress users, who use custom fields to storing data or custom content, you might want to add these custom fields to Yoast SEO meta tags. How to do that with normal custom fields and Meta Box custom fields?
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