Toolset allows you to display Dynamic Sources, like custom fields, inside any text blocks including headings, buttons, and more.
You can find the Toolset’s Inline Fields button inside WordPress core blocks, Toolset blocks, and popular block plugins.
To display any Dynamic Source inline, insert or select a block with a text input and look for the Inline Fields button. Dropdown menus will appear, allowing you to select a Dynamic Source.
Toolset Inline Field button in the Paragraph block’s dialog
Toolset Inline Field button in the Genesis Testimonial block’s dialog
You can change the format of certain types of custom fields, like date-based ones, by clicking on them.
If at any time, you want to select another field for the inserted inline field, simply click on it and use the dropdowns.
Currently, there are two limitations on where and how the Inline Fields feature works.
Toolset Inline Fields automatically work in all blocks that use RichText input.
However, if a block uses the simple text input, the Inline Fields button is not available.
Inline Fields display Dynamic Sources like custom fields and standard WordPress fields. As these fields are dynamic, their values can change at any time.
If a value of any field that you display using the Inline Fields feature changes, this won’t be automatically updated and reflected in the backend editor. Of course, on the front-end, dynamic sources will always display the current (i.e. updated) version of the value, as it’s stored in the database.
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