WooCommerce is a popular platform for eCommerce in WordPress which provides numerous features and functions, but you still may need some things further that it does not provide, such as custom fields for extra information about products. That’s when custom fields created with Meta Box will come in handy. But how can we add those fields to the products which are in an online store built with WooCommerce?
In today's post, we'll walk you through the way to create an e-book page with download and preview buttons using Meta Box and Oxygen. The e-book files can be downloaded easily or viewed online by website visitors with just one click.
An effective product page can capture customer attention and contain all the information they might need before buying. Follow these practices using Meta Box and Brizy, you’ll be able to simply create a product page that’s full of needed information.
If you are willing to change from ACF to Meta Box, how can you move all the custom fields data? Not only you but many others care about this matter. Therefore, recently Meta Box has released a new free extension called MB ACF Migration. This extension helps users migrate custom fields data from ACF to Meta Box with ONLY ONE CLICK. In this post, I will show you how to do that at the drop of a hat.
Plugins can bring many advantages to your WordPress website. However, you should consider carefully before using one because it may contain viruses and malicious codes. They also may affect your website loading speed/performance. To check if a plugin has an issue, especially for a newly launched plugin, you can use various useful tools and follow the steps below.
In the post editor or page editor, even admin dashboard, there are different meta boxes available. Perhaps, some of them are unused and you want to remove them to make your working screen clearer. It helps you to concentrate on the main contents better. Let’s learn how to remove unwanted meta boxes in WordPress.
You can use code or plugin as follows.
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!
Do you want to add a button for users to save a post to their Favorite lists, and then read it again? MB Favorite Posts solution of Meta Box is surely a useful tool for you to do this simply and quickly.