As you know, by default, WordPress comes with two post types: page and post. If you want a more variety of suitable post types to choose from, e.g., a post type for products, you have to create them yourself. Such post types are called Custom Post Types.
WordPress users must be familiar with the concept of content type classification using Categories or Tags. These things also are called Taxonomy. So what is Taxonomy? Simply, it gives you various options for classifying new content types. This article will introduce you to the process of creating a custom taxonomy that stores additional custom content types without mixing them with Categories or Tags.
I guess that you have heard or even used the Flexible Content Field from Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) plugin. Haven’t you? If you are looking for ways to create it but don’t want to use ACF, follow this post. I will guide you to create one kind of ACF Flexible Content Field, but using Meta Box plugin to do.
Update again! Today, we release a new version of Meta Box (Meta Box 4.17.0) with big improvements. We refactored the code of the plugin, changed the shortcode attributes and fixed some important bugs.
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?
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.
Happy New Year from Meta Box team!
Another year has passed and we are so grateful and excited to confidently tell you that we have been growing a lot since 2017. Hope you all had a remarkable year of 2018 as well and now join us to take a look at what we have achieved so far.
WordPress 5.0 has just been released, however, not everyone loves the new block editor – Gutenberg. This article will guide you how to simply disable Gutenberg with just one line of code, no plugins needed.
2018 is coming to an end! We are so thankful for all of you who have supported us through this year. How were your projects in 2018? Have you had any difficulties working with custom field? If so, keep reading and we will give you some useful suggestions. Plus, we’d love to announce we have some Christmas gifts for you. Stay tuned!