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Add query string where I am using https://toolset.com/forums/topic/change-custom-post-type-permalink-structure/
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|Add query string using [wpv-post-url].||1||1||4 months, 3 weeks ago|
|A form which allows me to add a product and connect a custom post type||2||10||5 months, 3 weeks ago|
Use toolset views inside toolset form generic field
You can find the proposed solution in this case with the following reply:
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|Connect a post via toolset form||1||1||5 months, 4 weeks ago|
|Toolset Layouts and custom php content template||2||10||6 months ago|
|I need a form which allows me to add a product and connect a custom post type||3||13||6 months ago|
|Add toolset view to toolset form 1 2||2||17||6 months ago|
|Your chat has a bug on safari mobile I couldn't send any messages.||1||3||6 months ago|
|CRED and WPML – add product that appears as translated||3||8||6 months, 3 weeks ago|
|Display all products regardless of language||2||12||6 months, 3 weeks ago|
|cred edit form outputs literal shortcode inside conditional||2||7||6 months, 3 weeks ago|
Always display post that is marked as sticky first
I'd like to display the sticky post first followed by the most recent posts. How can I do that using toolset views?
I suggest you create two post views:
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metadata saved in the postmeta table compared to regular WP custom fields
Problem: Does Toolset use more entries in the postmeta table to save custom field values, compared to standard WP custom fields? Is Toolset scalable? Can we store custom field information in non-standard database tables?
Solution: In general 1 field = 1 postmeta entry, per post. Repeating fields create additional entries, per post. Toolset does store other information in postmeta, but it's not directly related to custom fields.
Some Toolset features can be slower when sites are very large, and a caching plugin can help. There is no simple answer to the scalability question.
Toolset does not support non-standard database tables for custom field values.
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|Change custom post type permalink structure||2||3||7 months ago|