WordPress Development Tutorials – pt 18: Advanced Custom Fields

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How to install and use Advanced Custom Fields plugin for WordPress. (my favorite plugin)

Download the plugin and view the docs!

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Fred Harrington says:

thanks!

Max Pen says:

Very nice! I learned something new here!

geo2arc says:

Is the “WordPress Development Tutorials” list going to be continued? I
followed it until this video, it was really good but a loot of issues
haven’t been mentioned yet, such as custom loop for blog template, front
page slider etc

Jar Ed Samuel says:

Gracias! me ayudó mucho!

preeti bhandari says:

i am new on wordpress, can anyone tell me from where i can found this code
in wordpress.

iRaiiNDrop says:

My options are hidded. Any idea how to bring them back so that I may change
my content editor to hide on screen?

TheDiebastian says:

Grat tutorials One question If im going to send the client the theme and
they are going to install it on an other version of wordpress, i will need
to install the plug in an re do the fields

digitalsketchguy says:

This looks like an ideal plugin for customizing the home page – adding
widget sections like call to actions, a latest post widget and stuff like
twitter feed etc, all easily editable for a client. Cheers!

TheDiebastian says:

It was only an example

Kennedy Otis Nyaga says:

Thanks so much for this beautiful plugin tuts.

easydevtuts says:

Yes. That will be covered in the next video when I briefly go over custom
post types. We’ll be using Advanced Custom Fields to loop through Slides.
Thanks for watching!

CleanNationPro says:

Really Cool Plugin! Thanks for sharing.

D Phi says:

Thank you for your Awesome tutorials, they have been really helpful
getting to learn PHP and WordPress. I like how streamlined and relevant
your information is. Will you be showing how to integrate the slider soon?

Christian Jespersen says:

Thanks for all your tuts, they are extremely easy to follow and super
informative. As a graphic designer I am finally starting to wrap my head
around WordPress thanks to you!

Mike Mai says:

dude! thanks for all these tuts. wordpress was way over my head before. 🙂

Kennedy Otis Nyaga says:

Hi. Is it possible to get a screencast on how to use ajax loading with
posts and wordpress as a general

Sander Wilbrink says:

Great tuts, thanks. when i am done i will try to rebuild it into my own
design. but i think i’ve found and improvement. Instead of hardcoding the
page id you can get the id from wordpress. assuming the title you want to
display is always on the page where your custom field is. instead of
hardcoding the ID you can use: $post->ID

Andy Mabbutt says:

Thanks for a great set of tutorials which I have found really useful. One
thing I have noticed is that the search doesn’t work properly – is it
possible to have a tutorial on creating a search template and perhaps also
the ability to place the search box somewhere other than the sidebar
(perhaps in the main navbar) – this would also be useful for learning how
to place other widgets.

easydevtuts says:

Yea that’s how I use it at work. Clients love it

easydevtuts says:

Yes they will need the plugin installed and activated on their version of
WordPress. You can export advanced custom fields php code and paste it into
the functions.php file. PLEASE, take note that this theme has been updated
since this video was posted and that the theme is still in development.
Using this in a production environment is at your own risk.

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