Free WordPress Toolset Types – Custom Post Types, Custom Fields and Taxonomies pluginFree

18 388 websitesFree WordPress Toolset Types – Custom Post Types, Custom Fields and Taxonomies plugin by OnTheGoSystems

Toolset Types let’s you add custom post types, custom fields and custom taxonomies to the WordPress admin. A convenient dashboard lets you control everything from one place.

TYPES 3.0 AVAILABLE

We have released Types 3.0 with completely rewritten post relationships (many-to-many post relationships, repeatable field groups and much more).

However, Types since version 3.0 is a part of the complete Toolset package and it is available only with a Toolset account.

We will keep supporting the free version of Types with security and compatibility updates and bug fixes through 2018.

COMPLETE DOCUMENTATION, POWERFUL API, SIMPLE GUI FOR NON-CODERS

If you’re an experienced PHP developer, you’ll appreciate Types comprehensive fields API.

You will find detailed guides on adding custom post types, fields and taxonomy to the front-end, including:

and more.

Too much technical stuff to learn? The full Toolset package lets you build complete WordPress sites from within the admin dashboard.

CUSTOM FIELDS FOR CONTENT, TAXONOMY TERMS AND USERS

Types lets you add custom fields for posts (meaning, WordPress posts, pages and custom content types), taxonomy terms and users. You can add any field types to different user profiles.

ACCESS CONTROL FOR FIELDS

Using Access, you will be able to control what fields different users can edit and view. This way, you can make some field groups read-only for certain users, and fully-editable for other users.

For example, when you build a membership site, the site admin will be able to change membership levels for everyone and users will see their membership fields as read-only.

RELIABLE SUPPORT

To get support for Types, please join our technical support forum. You will receive support directly from our developers, helping you deliver great sites on time and correctly.

CUSTOM FIELDS

Types includes support for a wide list of custom fields.

  • Single-line text
  • Multi-line text
  • WYSIWYG (WordPress Visual Editor)
  • Checkbox
  • Multi-value Checkboxes
  • Radio group
  • Drop-down Select
  • File upload
  • Image (Types includes a robust image-resize and caching engine)
  • Date (includes a JS date-picker)
  • Email
  • Number
  • Phone
  • Skype
  • URL
  • Audio
  • Video
  • Embedded media
  • Colorpicker
  • Post reference (using Types Parent / Child relationships management)

Types custom fields use the standard WordPress post-meta table, making it cross-compatible with any theme or plugin. Additionally, all fields can be repeating fields.

CUSTOM POST TYPES AND TAXONOMIES

Types lets you easily setup custom post types and taxonomies. You can create new post types in seconds and use the advanced settings to customize every aspect.

  • Full control over every feature
  • Associate taxonomies with custom post types
  • Integrated control over custom fields display for different post types

BUILD RELATIONAL SITES

Types lets you define parent / child relationship between different post types. You’ll easily setup one-to-many and many-to-many relationships and build powerful sites.

MULTILINGUAL READY

Types is the only custom fields and post types plugin that’s built multilingual-ready. It plays perfectly with WPML. You’ll be able to translate everything, including texts and labels in the WordPress admin and user-content for front-page. See the guide for translating Toolset.

BUILT FOR STABILITY

Types is part of a family of plugins, including WPML and Toolset, developed and maintained by OnTheGoSystems. Our plugins power over 500,000 commercial sites, using WordPress as a complete CMS. While we love features, we know that stability, performance, usability and security are critical. All our plugins go through comprehensive testing, QA and security analysis before every release.

Author: OnTheGoSystems

Tags: cms, custom field, custom fields, custom post type, custom post types

Source from: WordPress.org