I’m using this code.
I am creating multiple meta boxes in WordPress, and I want the user to be able to toggle certain boxes on or off.
I’m new to WordPress plugin development and I’m trying to create a list of checkboxes (from a WP Query) to associate as custom fields for a specific post type. Nothing wrong with the display function, but when I’m trying to save I get the error
Is there a way to take the global
$wp_meta_boxes variable to be used in the front-end? Currently the
$wp_meta_boxes is accessible on specific admin pages only.
I have the following scenario: I have a custom post type called “tablepress_tables” that is create by the plugin “WordPress”,
Tablepress has a shortcode to display the number of rows which is
[table-info id=123 field=number_rows /] This will give rows number let’s say 45
my question is I want to update every ‘tablepress_tables” with a meta containing the number of rows that this post have, so the shortcode “id” will need to be changed automatically
any idea on how to do that? or where to start?
I have the following scenario
I have a lot of tables created by TablePress. one column in them is called Size which displays the size of some files in bytes. tablepress have a summing function called “sum” I will use it in the last row to sum all of the data in that column, I want to make that data saved as a post meta so I can sum it later
any idea on how to do that?
Confused. Writing a plugin with which I have other callbacks working similarly fine. But when adding a meta box its failing on the callback with error:
I have custom post-type ‘sermon’ with custom taxonomy ‘speaker’ attached to it. I wanted to assign custom meta values to the speaker taxonomy, so I am using the taxonomy meta class from Rilwis:
This is a code that I’m adapting from https://gist.github.com/2057532. The problem is that I’m not being able to save the content from the new fields that I created. I had checked the other questions here, but none helped me. Any idea where is the problem?
I’ve been busy thinking about a problem, and so far I didn’t find a solution to it.