Rachel McCollinLessons: 6Length: 32 minutes
The WordPress post and page editor has built-in meta boxes for configuring things like categories, tags, and the featured image. If you want to let users add custom metadata, perhaps for a custom post type, you need to create custom meta boxes.
That's just what you'll learn how to do in this course. Follow along with Rachel McCollin and learn how to code a plugin that creates custom meta boxes in your WordPress admin screens.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 00:44
1 lesson, 00:44
2.Creating Meta Boxes in Posts4 lessons, 28:39
4 lessons, 28:39
2.1Creating a Meta Box: The Callback Function11:16
Creating a Meta Box: The Callback Function
2.2Creating a Meta Box: The Save Function08:14
Creating a Meta Box: The Save Function
2.3Creating a Meta Box for Information or Instructions05:31
Creating a Meta Box for Information or Instructions
2.4Meta Boxes and the Gutenberg Editor03:38
Meta Boxes and the Gutenberg Editor
3.Conclusion1 lesson, 03:00
1 lesson, 03:00
Rachel McCollin is a WordPress developer who writes books, articles and tutorials about web design and development, with a focus on WordPress and on responsive and mobile development. She runs a web design agency in Birmingham, UK and has published three books on WordPress, including WordPress: Pushing the Limits, an advanced resource for WordPress developers. She's currently writing her fourth book.