WD Post Types provides an easy interface for registering and managing custom post types, fields, and taxonomies for your website.

It consists of tools that can help you create and maintain custom post types, custom taxonomies, and most importantly, custom fields and meta boxes for your posts, pages, or CPTs.

Types of Custom Fields

  • Text: Plain Text, Website, Phone, Password
  • Number: Plain Number, Currency
  • Textarea: Plain Paragraph Text
  • Textarea + WYSIWYG: Plain Paragraph Text, WYSIWYG (Visual Editor), Code (Syntax Highlighting)
  • Email: Email Address
  • Dropdown: Dropdown, Multi Select
  • Checkbox list: (Yes / No)
  • Date: Date and Time, Date, Time
  • Time: Date and Time, Date, Time
  • File upload: File / Image / Video (Media library and basic upload options available)
    with many other types.

Features included in the “Custom post types” plugin:

Create/edit custom post types.
Create/edit custom taxonomies.
Create/edit custom fields.
Create/edit custom field groups.
Create/edit custom shortcode from post type.
Create/edit custom template for post type view.

You can enable some of our included components to extend your WordPress site even further:
* Templates – Use our template engine to create templates that can be handed off to clients for care-free management
* Shortcode – Use shortcode create for any meta, taxonomies, and custom post data.

“WD Post Types” is free and will save you time, and therefore money!
You can create post types, taxonomies, custom field templates, and shortcodes easily in 5 minutes.
This plugin is written using only functions included in the WordPress core, so it does not reduce the performance of your website and does not cause compatibility problems.
You can use the “WD Post Types” plugin with any theme builder, with any theme, and with any plugin. It’s perfect!

If you have suggestions for a new add-on, or want any customization or other custom plugins, feel free to email me at [email protected] or contact me.

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Installation Guide Uploading and installing a WordPress plugin via the WordPress admin interface is a straightforward process. Here's a step-by-step guide:
  1. Download the Plugin:
    • Download the plugin in ZIP format from the source (e.g., from pluggable).
  2. Login to Your WordPress Admin:
    • Access your WordPress dashboard.
  3. Access the Plugin Section:
    • Go to "Plugins" in the left-hand menu.
  4. Click on "Add New":
    • Click on the "Add New" button at the top.
  5. Upload Plugin:
    • Click on the "Upload Plugin" button.
  6. Choose File:
    • Click the "Choose File" button and select the ZIP file you downloaded.
  7. Install Now:
    • Click the "Install Now" button.
  8. Activate the Plugin:
    • After installation, click the "Activate" button to activate the plugin.
PHP version 7.4
WP Version 5.6
Tested up to

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