Custom Post Type UI

Beschreibung

Custom Post Type UI provides an easy to use interface for registering and managing custom post types and taxonomies for your website.

Custom Post Type UI Extended

CPTUI helps create custom content types, but displaying that content can be a whole new challenge. We created Custom Post Type UI Extended to help with displaying your crafted content. View our Layouts page to see available layout examples with Custom Post Type UI Extended.

Beginning with version 1.7.0, Custom Post Type UI Extended has properly moved in to the Block editor experience and is working to get all the layouts available in the new „Custom Post Type UI Block“. It’s now even easier to start showing your content with the existing and future layouts available with Custom Post Type UI Extended.

Pluginize was launched in 2016 by WebDevStudios to promote, support, and house all of their WordPress products. Pluginize is not only creating new products for WordPress, like CPTUI Extended, but also provides ongoing support and development for WordPress community favorites like CMB2 and more.

Plugin development

Custom Post Type UI development is managed on GitHub, with official releases published on WordPress.org. The GitHub repo can be found at https://github.com/WebDevStudios/custom-post-type-ui. Please use the WordPress.org support tab for potential bugs, issues, or enhancement ideas.

Screenshots

  • Neue Inhaltstyp-Ansicht und Tab hinzufügen.
  • Neue Taxonomie-Ansicht und Tab hinzufügen.
  • Registrierte Inhaltstypen und Taxonomien in CPTUI
  • Tools screen.
  • Hilfe Ansicht.

Installation

Admin Installer via search

  1. Gehe zur Ansicht „Plugins hinzufügen“ und suche nach „custom post type ui“.
  2. Klicke den „Jetzt installieren“-Button.
  3. Aktiviere das Plugin.
  4. Navigiere zum „CPTUI“-Menü.

Admin Installer via zip

  1. Visit the Add New plugin screen and click the „Upload Plugin“ button.
  2. Click the „Browse…“ button and select zip file from your computer.
  3. Click „Install Now“ button.
  4. Once done uploading, activate Custom Post Type UI.

Dokumentation

  1. Lade den Custom Post Type UI-Ordner in das Plugin-Verzeichnis deiner WordPress-Installation hoch
  2. Aktiviere das Plugin.
  3. Navigiere zum „CPTUI“-Menü.

Das war’s! Jetzt kannst du damit beginnen, eigene Inhaltstypen und Taxonomien in WordPress zu erstellen.

FAQ

Benutzerdokumentation

Please see https://docs.pluginize.com/tutorials/custom-post-type-ui/

Rezensionen

5. Januar 2023 1 Antwort
There is no documentation. In plugin description there is just a link to so called documentation that is just bunch of tutorial of doing specific stuff that are very scarce and targeted to people who already know how to use it. Nothing for first time users, to learn how to actually begin with plugin, or at least nothing that can be easily found.
16. Dezember 2022
Has become the cornerstone around the way in which we build and develop client sites. CPTUI integrates wonderfully with Gutenberg and allows us to segment and categorise our clients business logic in a fluid, dynamic way. A perfect No-code solution with as many options as one could possibly need. Can't believe CPTUI is free.
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Mitwirkende & Entwickler

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Änderungsprotokoll

1.13.4 – 2022-12-16

  • Fixed: Character encoding issue on CPTUI setting save in conjunction with PHP8 compatibility.

1.13.3 – 2022-12-15

  • Fixed: Multiple PHP8 compatibility notices and warnings.
  • Fixed: „Invalid argument for foreach“ based notices around labels.
  • Updated: Added taxonomy PHP global sanitization for 3rd party parameters.

1.13.2 – 2022-11-29

  • Fixed: Removed forcing of underscores in place of dashes for taxonomy slugs. Yay!
  • Updated: tested up to WP 6.1.1
  • Updated: Documentation links in wordpress.org FAQ section.

1.13.1 – 2022-09-08

  • Fixed: Various issues caused by a misplaced output for ob_get_clean() outside of function.

1.13.0 – 2022-09-07

  • Added: Notes regarding featured image and post format support also needing add_theme_support to work.
  • Fixed: Issues around double quotes and JSON export with the post type description field
  • Fixed: Issues around HTML markup being removed from post type description field stemming from 1.10.x release
  • Fixed: Pluralization issue with our UI for some field labels
  • Updated: Code separation and quality cleanup.
  • Updated: Plugin branding.

1.12.1 – 2022-05-16

  • Fixed: JSON decoding issues around WP-CLI import.

1.12.0 – 2022-05-09

  • Added: Tested on WordPress 6.0.
  • Added: Auto-check, but not force, „page-attributes“ when setting a post type as hierarchical.
  • Added: „rest_namespace“ parameters for both post types and taxonomies.
  • Added: „register_meta_box_cb“ parameter for post types.
  • Fixed: undefined index notices for „can_export“.
  • Updated: list of reserved taxonomy names with more that are considered reserved.
  • Updated: readme descriptions and screenshots.

1.11.2 – 2022-03-21

  • Fixed: Unintended reuse of $delete_with_user variable and can_export option. Props @bogutskyy
  • Fixed: PHP notices around sort array index.

1.11.1 – 2022-03-18

  • Fixed: Errors and warnings around array_key_exists() and bool values

1.11.0 – 2022-03-17

  • Added: „sort“ argument for taxonomies.
  • Added: „can export“ argument for post types
  • Added: New taxonomy labels from WordPress 5.9
  • Added: Custom option to set „Enter title here“ value for post types.
  • Added: Notes around „exclude from search“ argument for post types and taxonomy term archives.
  • Added: Notes around taxonomy „hierarchical“ option regarding category vs tag behavior.
  • Updated: Reserved post type slugs from recent WordPress releases.
  • Fixed: PHP warnings around foreach loops in cptui_published_post_format_fix()