A Useful List of WordPress Plugins and Tools
A short list for useful tools, plugins, and tips for WordPress Developers and Development.
WordPress is a great Content Management System to get started with Basic Web Design. This is a small list of useful tools and plugins that can help with your development.
Custom Post Type UI provides an easy to use interface for registering and managing custom post types and taxonomies for your website.
CPTUI alone does not handle aspects related to the display of post type or taxonomy content. Its goal is simply the registration of both. For help with content display, please check out Custom Post Type UI Extended. CPTUI-Extended provides tools intended to help display content from all registered types in your site.
Official development of Custom Post Type UI is on GitHub, with official stable releases published on WordPress.org. The GitHub repo can be found at https://github.com/WebDevStudios/custom-post-type-ui. Please use the Support tab for potential bugs, issues, or enhancement ideas.
Pluginize was launched in 2016 by WebDevStudios to promote, support, and house all of their WordPress products. Pluginize is not only creating new products for WordPress all the time, like CPTUI Extended, but also provides ongoing support and development for WordPress community favorites like CMB2 and more.
Advanced Custom Fields is the perfect solution for any WordPress website which needs more flexible data like other Content Management Systems.
- Visually create your Fields
- Select from multiple input types (text, textarea, wysiwyg, image, file, page link, post object, relationship, select, checkbox, radio buttons, date picker, true / false, repeater, flexible content, gallery and more to come!)
- Assign your fields to multiple edit pages (via custom location rules)
- Easily load data through a simple and friendly API
- Uses the native WordPress custom post type for ease of use and fast processing
- Uses the native WordPress metadata for ease of use and fast processing
- Text (type text, api returns text)
- Text Area (type text, api returns text)
- Number (type number, api returns integer)
- Email (type email, api returns text)
- Password (type password, api returns text)
- WYSIWYG (a wordpress wysiwyg editor, api returns html)
- Image (upload an image, api returns the url)
- File (upload a file, api returns the url)
- Select (drop down list of choices, api returns chosen item)
- Checkbox (tickbox list of choices, api returns array of choices)
- Radio Buttons ( radio button list of choices, api returns chosen item)
- True / False (tick box with message, api returns true or false)
- Page Link (select 1 or more page, post or custom post types, api returns the selected url)
- Post Object (select 1 or more page, post or custom post types, api returns the selected post objects)
- Relationship (search, select and order post objects with a tidy interface, api returns the selected post objects)
- Taxonomy (select taxonomy terms with options to load, display and save, api returns the selected term objects)
- User (select 1 or more WP users, api returns the selected user objects)
- Google Maps (interactive map, api returns lat,lng,address data)
- Date Picker (jquery date picker, options for format, api returns string)
- Color Picker (WP color swatch picker)
- Tab (Group fields into tabs)
- Message (Render custom messages into the fields)
- Custom (Create your own field type!)
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This script was made to aid the process of migrating PHP and MySQL based websites. It has additional features for WordPress and Drupal but works for most other similar CMSes.