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Improving UI/UX of Pods back-end

People love the back-end UI/UX of the Advanced Custom Fields plug-in. All fields can be positioned and CSS assigned individually. Pods is in its base foundation a bit straight forward. But a little improvements can be achieved bij the use of the action hook ‘pods_group_add’.

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Conditional placement of ‘things’ based on field content

In the Beaver Builder Knowledge base there is a little but powerful routine which makes it possible to show or hide a row or a module based on the content of a field connector. That is the base of the power of conditional database publishing within WordPress. Website strip-down of orange-exhibition management.

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Pods integration with Themer: part two

We could not imagine the powerful influence Pods would have on the relational aspects of displaying mixed content on custom post types based pages. In our first analyses we just touched the surface. We will continue to explore and share. Part two.

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Making a simple to use ‘events manager’

There are many ‘heavy weight’ plugins available to create and display events on a page. Most of them come with lots of functions, like booking forms, capacity planning and more. Making just an event agenda could be done with Advanced Custom Fields Pro and Beaver Themer.

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Working with repeating fields in Beaver Themer

Repeating fields are part of the Advanced Custom Fields Pro package but represent a very powerful fieldtype, used a lot in lists of repeating products or services. Beaver Themer doe not have yet native support for the ACF Pro fieldtypes, so a little workaround might help for the time being.

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The ‘anathomy’ of a home- or landingpage

With the initial development of WordPress as a blogging platform, the ‘anathomy’ of the homepage was structured around a list of blogposts. With the changing application needs from users, the structure of a home- or landingpage can have many more variations.

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