In this tutorial, we’ll continue the series of displaying images from cloneable fields using Meta Box and another page builder - Elementor. So here we go!
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.
Do you recognize those tiny symbols that appear in your browser next to the website name? The favicon is that. The small icon helps to attract and create a memorable image of the brand in the user’s mind. It is typically 16 and 16 pixels in size and is kept in a file called favicon.io in the server's root folder. But, in some other cases, you may want to highlight your products or any page by setting other specific favicons for each of them. Then, using the Meta Box plugin along with editing the theme a little bit will help you get it.