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How To Design A Team Members Custom Post Type With Divi + Toolset

Custom post types allow you to turn WordPress from a blogging platform into a full-fledged content management system. They’re flexible, powerful, and…well, wait. There’s just one problem, actually… As powerful as custom post types are, they’re not very accessible to casual WordPress users because you need to know how to code if you want to do

How to use Toolset with different page builders

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 you will use a page

Adding a gallery of images for custom posts

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 images shown as thumbnails. When

How to add custom Theme Options to themes you build with Toolset

WordPress allows you to add custom Theme Options to your themes, which users can then set using the native Customize interface. The process for adding these options to Toolset-based themes is the same and here, we explain how to do this. Custom Theme Options on the WordPress Customize page This tutorial provides information on how

How to filter custom post types by taxonomy and custom fields

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 show you how to add

How to add custom types efficiently to themes that have page builders

Themes that come with page builders make it easy for you to design the content part of your page. However, sooner or later, you will find yourself constrained by the limitations of using WordPress regular posts and pages, especially if you use them to add repeatable elements such as portfolio items, services, courses, testimonials, staff