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|Having problems with Custom fields (not charging)||2||5||10 months, 3 weeks ago|
WP could not create a database table for address cache
Convert Maps address cache to new format, but get this error:
WP could not create a database table for address cache.
Is there a Way to crate the table manually ?
If you are familiar with mysql tools, you can try these manually:
1) Backup your website database first
2) Run the SQL query, like this:
|2||3||2 years, 2 months ago|
|Multiple images always filling the first case||2||4||2 years, 6 months ago|
|Is there a way to obtain the ID from a custom taxonomy||1||2||2 years, 11 months ago|
Repeatable Group keeps loading after Update Toolset Form 2.1
The issue here is that the Repeatable field groups on the user's CPT keeps loading.
Solution: This issue was resolved in our Types version 3.0.8
|2||4||3 years ago|
CSS for custom fields
The user was having issues with the CSS style editor for the custom fields. Solution: Styling editor is deprecated feature - you should not use it.
As workaround - for now our Devs suggested to use following plugins as a workaround instead of using styling editor: => https://wordpress.org/plugins/add-admin-css/
You can find proposed solution, in this case, with the following reply: https://toolset.com/forums/topic/custom-field-creation-error/#post-914784
|2||18||3 years ago|
Create a view only with the first image of a ‘Repeatable group’
Problem: I have a Repeating Field Group (RFG) assigned to a custom post type called "Projects". I would like to use Views to show a custom field from the first RFG in each Project.
Solution: Use the "limit" setting in the View editor screen to limit the number of results that will be displayed in the View of RFGs, and use sorting to determine which RFG will be displayed.
|2||5||3 years ago|
In cred : Show a checkbox field as a select list
Problem: Client has a Types checkboxes field added to a Toolset Form that they want to display as a select dropdown.
Solution: It is not possible, the type of input is determined by the Types field. It would be necessary to make the Types field a select field for it to display as a select field in a form.
Relevant Documentation: https://toolset.com/documentation/customizing-sites-using-php/functions/
|2||3||3 years, 1 month ago|
Add credit to images
Problem: I would like to use repeating fields to store images and text associated with each image. I would like to use Forms to allow my Users to manage this content.
Solution: Repeating Field Groups can be managed individually in Forms, but it's not currently possible to manage multiple RFGs in a single Form, or to manage the main post data in a Form that manages RFGs.
|2||4||3 years, 1 month ago|
Problem: The issue here is that the user wanted to know if it was possible to add an autocomplete functionality to the texts fields. Solution:
Unfortunately this can only be possible with custom coding. What you can do is to try adopting the example in the link below so it can work with our plugins https://jsfiddle.net/yek6bkfs/
|2||8||3 years, 6 months ago|
|Limit post body content by words||2||4||3 years, 6 months ago|
Results filtered in columns
Problem: I have a View that shows results from two post types. I would like to show the results in two different columns, organized by post type.
Solution: Since there is no post type filter in Views, the best solution is to use two separate Views. - View 1 will show Houses, and View 2 will show Apartments. - The two Views should use exactly the same filters, including the same URL parameters. The easiest way to make sure is to create View 1 first, get it working right, then Duplicate View 1, change the post type, and save it as View 2. - In the Loop Output editor, build the list of results in a single column. - Insert View 1 showing both the filters and results, and insert View 2 after that, showing only results. - Use CSS to move the two Views into columns.
|2||3||3 years, 6 months ago|
Problem: I would like to display just the taxonomy name like "My Taxonomy" instead of the full hierarchy like "Type of post: My Taxonomy"
Solution: Use the [wpv-taxonomy-archive info="name"] shortcode
Relevant Documentation: https://toolset.com/documentation/user-guides/views-shortcodes/#wpv-taxonomy-archive
|2||3||4 years, 8 months ago|
|Different sizes columns||2||3||4 years, 8 months ago|
|Apostrophe in name breaking my code||2||6||4 years, 11 months ago|