Have you ever visited a WordPress website and found that articles in different categories had different styles and designs like different backgrounds, fonts, text colors, …? For example, in a music blog, the articles in the “Blue” category have a dreamy purple background, and the articles in the “Rock” category have a dark color. This is an interesting highlight in the design, making your website more impressive in the eyes of viewers.
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.
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Star rating must be very familiar to Internet users: users are able to rate or write reviews of a product they buy on an eCommerce website. Moreover, these star reviews also appear on product review sites. Reviewers on those sites will score and rate products based on their own experiences and reviews, such as this theme review page.
The Internet allows us to chat, exchange, search for news, share experiences, and download documents, gadgets, applications, etc. So if you have a WordPress website and want to share documents with users, creating a download button using custom fields is not a bad idea - it looks beautiful, professional, and not difficult to create at all.
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.