Agnes has been working with Toolset for five years. She is the contact person for web developers looking for non-programming solutions for their WordPress projects. She's also the coauthor of the Toolset reference sites.
The Hestia theme is now “custom post types ready,” and it works well with Toolset. Stay with us to see why it’s worth using Hestia for your WordPress projects, and how it works with custom post types. Hestia among the top 10 most popular WordPress themes Hestia is one of
We have updated discover-wp, the platform where you can experiment with Toolset plugins and manage complete Toolset demo sites. It’s got a new design and you can also now browse the list of Toolset reference sites in a comfortable way. One of the most frequently used sites, the Classified site,
You might have seen that the WP All Import plugin already supports Types Custom Fields. Now, we are pleased to announce that you can also import your Toolset post relationships using WP All Import. Both features are available for free during the beta period of WP All Import’s Toolset Types
Toolset’s new modules library allows you to build rich sites faster. Choose complete elements for your sites from our modules library, install and customize to fit your exact needs. Whether you are an experienced developer working on a number of complex website projects or a business owner creating their very
Toolset training and reference sites have been updated so that the new Toolset features can be used, especially the new relationships. The Framework Installer plugin runs faster now, and reference sites can be generated in less than a minute. New Toolset features in reference sites All of our reference sites
In October 2017, Konstantinos Galanakis, a WordPress core contributor and plugin developer, is charged with what seems like an easy task: prepare Toolset plugins for the Gutenberg Editor. His first thoughts? If you think the answer is, “Wow, cool, how exciting is that!” we need to disappoint you. “Honestly? I
Gutenberg is a new WordPress editor that will ship with WordPress 5.0. When this happens, we want to ensure that Toolset plugins are fully compatible with Gutenberg. Our new documentation gives you a preview of what to expect, how to test the new features, and what will be available in
We have updated our reference sites that use Google Maps. The Real Estate site demonstrates filtering within a radius, using the geolocation feature and a custom style for the markers. On the Travel Destination site, you will see how clustering works and you can test the “focus your map” feature.
Imagine the following. Adam offers some training courses. He uses a WordPress site for these courses and custom post types. Adam’s courses are available only to users who have purchased a membership plan. However, Adam would like to attract new customers as well. For this reason, for each course, he
Our Toolset training material shows you how to do everything with our Layouts plugin. You can also build Toolset-based sites with different page builders instead of Layouts. This post shows you how. Plugins you will need Toolset plugins: Toolset Types Toolset Views Toolset CRED (optional) Instead of using Toolset Layouts
Toolset reference sites have been revamped. The sites are now powered by popular WordPress themes that you can switch between without any hassle. In addition, the updates done within the templates allow you to get oriented quickly. You are now fully equipped with ready-to-use and easy-to-customize sites for handling advanced
In this release, we practically rewrote WooCommerce Views, making it solid and fully compatible with all of the themes that we recommend. Now, you can build custom WooCommerce sites with Toolset, without having to worry about theme conflicts. The highlight of this update is the major update to WooCommerce Views.
Have a look at the following example: Single-post page that displays a tour with a gallery of images This is a single-post page that displays a tour. Tours is a custom post type. The page includes a gallery of images. The large featured image is followed by a collection of
June is over. Although it was a quiet time in terms of releasing new features, we’ve become more active on Facebook, at WordPress events and in cooperating with Toolset partners. Here’s the summary of June activities. Toolset workshops at WordCamp Poland Toolset workshops in Poland We organized Toolset workshops at
Last week we launched the first Toolset competition for non-Toolset users. The contest was targeted at the Toolset Types plugin’s users, but anyone who is not a Toolset customer was welcome to join. The task was to create a custom 404 error page on the Toolset training site using Toolset
Use our Toolset training site and create your own 404 error page using Toolset plugins. See how it feels to build websites using Toolset and win a Toolset subscription! What to do Your task is to use Toolset to build a 404 error page on the Toolset training site. Launch
Creating CRED forms for WooCommerce Products has always been possible; however, there was one thing that was not so obvious, namely, including additional WooCommerce fields in your front-end form. These fields include regular products and sales price, SKU numbers, fields for downloadable products, etc. We now have a new documentation
Views plugin lets you display lists of posts on a site’s front-end. These can be posts, pages, and posts based on your Custom Post Type. Further, you can add front-end filters to your post lists to allow visitors to see only posts that match the filter. In this tutorial, we
Choosing relevant plugins for big WordPress projects is like selecting songs to listen to. People tend to choose the ones they are familiar with. However, ambitious developers prefer to explore new plugins and then add them to their favorites. This was the case with Juanjo Martínez from Spain and his
We have released a series of tutorials on how to create a membership sites using Toolset. Beginners will learn how to create custom roles, custom signup and login forms, lost password pages and how to restrict access for certain pages or custom post types. Advanced Toolset users will see more
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