You know what, another interesting feature was released today. Since you update Meta Box to the latest version, you will see a new option in the field settings to enable the Add-new feature. Then, you will see a new thing below the field. It allows users add new posts, taxonomies, or users right in the custom fields without changing the screen.
Next to the previous tutorial on creating a simple listing using Meta Box and WP Grid Builder, we’re going to do the same thing using Bricks today. We also display the information from custom fields created by Meta Box and create some filters for posts.
Previously, we introduced to you how to create thumbnails and featured images for categories using Meta Box and Gutenberg. So in this tutorial, let’s find out how to do it with taxonomies. Basically, it’s quite similar to the method for categories. So if you don’t use any page builders, you can refer to our last post. Otherwise, try this way with Oxygen Builder in this article.
Meta Box has just updated a new feature in MB Custom Post Types & Custom Taxonomies extension to help you migrate data from CPT UI to Meta Box in a jiffy. That interesting feature will save a lot of time and shorten the process dramatically.
Update MB Custom Post Types & Custom Taxonomies or Meta Box AIO now to use it.
Category Thumbnails may be familiar with someone using a theme that supports this feature. However, for someone who loves something highly customized, you might create it yourself. So, today I bring you a simple solution to not only have this feature but also have beautiful featured images on Archive pages as well. Especially, it may be a good way to have high-quality images without slowing your website loading speed.
Yesterday, we released several improvements for Meta Box: the new version 5.2.0 with better performance for object fields, a new MB Core extension for Core Bundle, and a totally new settings page for Meta Box AIO. Let's see what's new in these improvements.
Classifying posts by Category or Tag is sometimes not enough for you. You may need to use another way to create a series of posts. It will help readers to follow the series more easily. In this article, I will show you how to create a post series in a new way using the Meta Box plugin.
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.