These 3 solutions enable you to add the value for a custom field before or after the entry title. You can also output the custom field on
This archive includes tutorials which include different ways to code and use custom fields in any WordPress theme as well as Genesis only child themes. Includes templates which enable you to display different ACF & ACF Pro field types in Genesis. The code is guaranteed to work as shown in the demo images and videos. Installation of all code as well as support for PHP code is provided for members.
This code creates a small meta box in the right hand sidebar of every single post edit screen. The checkbox enables you to display or hide
These 3 code snippets all produce exactly the same result on the front end: The code enables you to display the value of all custom
If you paste any type of shortcode in the value field of the custom fields meta box, it won't work. By default, WordPress doesn't
This post contains 7 different solutions which enable you to: Open a PDF file in the same window Check if the custom field value
We all know shortcodes enable you to execute a function and add content within the content area of your editor, as well as other locations.
This post contains a template which includes custom fields. You can use the template as many times as you like on as many pages as you
This page template enables you to add content via the native WordPress custom fields meta boxes located on every Edit Page. Setup
If you add a URL to a custom field like you see in the following screenshot, it won't automatically turn into a hyperlink and become
This tutorial for members provides the code for 2 custom page templates with 4 to 6 custom fields. The 1st template is a bit like a
There's different code you can use to display the value of your custom field keys depending on different situations. The code may vary
Need to quickly add content to a specific area of your post or page? You could add your content using the WordPress editor but what if you