In this post, I will describe an advanced WordPress framework which can be used to create custom meta fields, option pages, meta boxes, advanced fields, text fields, radio buttons, check boxes, select fields, information fields, conditional fields, group fields and option to enable the developer mode.
These fields can be added anywhere in your WordPress blog like posts, pages, custom post types, user pages and on taxonomies. Advanced WordPress framework can be integrated in your blog by using a WordPress plugin.
This WordPress plugin enhances the functionality of a WordPress blog by allowing you to add custom fields. You can use multiple instances of a field and create custom fields based on user roles.
Here are the features of this WordPress plugin:
1) Text fields: You have the option to add the following types of text fields by using this WordPress plugin: Regular text field, text field with custom CSS class, email field, URL field, password field, number field and text area field.
2) Choice fields: You have the option to add the following types of choice fields by using this WordPress plugin: Different types of radio buttons, different types of check boxes and different
types of select fields.
3) Advanced fields: You have the option to add the following types of advanced fields by using this WordPress plugin: WordPress editor field, WordPress color picker field, Date field, Select media field, Custom upload button, Conditional fields, Gallery button to add and edit galleries, Switch field, and custom fields.
4) Information fields: You have the option to add the following types of information fields by using this WordPress plugin: Regular information field, Information field with notice, Information field with warning message, Information field with error message and Information field with success message.
5) Group fields: By using this feature you can add rows of fields and create custom nested group fields. You can group different fields to create meaningful relationships as per your requirements.
6) Developer mode: From the developer mode section you can add options object description, options field type data description, options description, options schema description and options default value description.
7) Multiple field instances: You have the option to use a field multiple times as per your requirements.
8) Create fields based on user roles: You can create specific fields for particular user roles like Administrators, Contributors, Subscribers, Editors and Authors.