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.
When creating content, there might be a situation when many users contribute to writing a post. Normally, authors will list their names as contributors. But if you do it manually, that may take time. So why don't you try creating a contributors list automatically to save time? To do it, we can get the list of users who edited the post in Revision, then display it on the posts page.
With WordPress, other than using Tag and Category, you can use custom fields and custom taxonomies to create your custom posts filters. In this post, I will bring in a pretty simple method to do it by Meta Box plugin.
Arranging posts in a custom order will be much easier if you use Meta Box plugin and the two extensions Meta Box Builder and MB Admin Columns. Compared to arranging posts by modifying the published date, which is time-consuming, Meta Box plugin and these extensions will do it more quickly in a blink of an eye for you.
We've just released v2.2.0 of MB Frontend Submission which has an important feature that allows you to customize the post submission form easier. This version adds the ability to reorder or mix post fields (title, content, etc.) with other custom fields. In other words, you can move post fields to any position in the form!
In the first post of this series, we created the page showing all the hotel room’s information. It normally has a button or several call-to-action areas to go to the booking page which allows your customers to make an order. However, ‘cause some businesses have strong direct channels, they want their sales to make booking orders for their customers as well. Along with that, to have you imagine how to create a booking page in the frontend later (which is in the 3rd post), I made this post to show you how to create one in the backend. That is for internal users only.
Favicon refers to Favorite Icon, which is a small icon displayed in the tab’s name on the browser. Users can distinguish each tab by this icon. It often has the size is 16x16px and is saved in a file named
favicon.io in the root folder of the server. It also is considered as an abridged logo of your business.
Every website often has a favicon applied to all pages on the site. But, you may want to highlight your products by set individual favicon for each product page. Using Meta Box plugin along with editing the theme a little bit will help you get it.
In the previous post, we have created features that allow users to sign up a Guest Author account then submit a post from the frontend. If we stop here, the submitted post will be published right after the Guest Author press the Submit button.