FREELessons: 11Length: 1.5 hours
4.2 Introducing The UI (Part 1)
This lesson picks up exactly where the last one left off. We begin with a refresher of the post that we were editing in the last screencast. Specifically, we see a simple, empty meta box.
By the end of this lesson, we will have continued to add code to our plugin such that the meta box now displays two labels, two input fields, and includes some minor styles.
However, despite all of that, there’s no real way to save information in the meta box that we’ve developed.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 05:50
1 lesson, 05:50
1.1About This Course05:50
About This Course
2.Our Local Development Environment2 lessons, 17:23
2 lessons, 17:23
2.1Prepare Our Environment07:04
Prepare Our Environment
2.2Configuring Our Development Environment10:19
Configuring Our Development Environment
3.A Survey of WordPress Meta Boxes2 lessons, 15:29
2 lessons, 15:29
3.1Understanding Meta Boxes06:16
Understanding Meta Boxes
3.2Our First Meta Box09:13
Our First Meta Box
4.Building Our Custom Meta Box5 lessons, 49:09
5 lessons, 49:09
4.2Introducing The UI (Part 1)08:00
Introducing The UI (Part 1)
4.3Introducing The UI (Part 2)14:55
Introducing The UI (Part 2)
4.4Introducing The UI (Part 3)11:05
Introducing The UI (Part 3)
5.Conclusion1 lesson, 03:37
1 lesson, 03:37
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