If you’ve ever felt constrained by the WordPress default text editor, custom fields are your salvation. Custom fields allow you to extend your WordPress content by adding flexible new “fields” to any of your WordPress edit screens. In this post we’re going to explain how those fields help you and your users, and how to add custom fields to your WordPress site using a powerful plugin called Advanced Custom Fields. Additionally, we’re giving you a detailed Advanced Custom Fields tutorial on: How to add custom fields to your WordPress edit screens How to display those custom fields on the front-end of your site We’ll finish up with some plugins that work well to extend Advanced Custom Fields, as well as a few common FAQs/problems. If you’re already familiar with the concept of custom fields and how they make it easier to create content, we recommend you click right here to jump straight to the Advanced Custom Fields tutorial section of this post. What Are Custom Fields? If you’ve used WordPress for any length of time, you’ve probably encountered custom fields, even if you didn’t know them by that name. Custom fields allow you
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