Version 3.8.3 of Frontend Publishing Pro includes the following changes: Fixed issue in custom fields that was causing numeric values to not work as keys in drop-downs. Fixed issue that was preventing plugin options from being saved properly on multi-site. Other minor fixes and improvements. Compatibility check with WP 4.7.4
Version 3.8.0 of Frontend Publishing Pro includes the following changes: – Made WP embeds work in automatically displayed custom fields. To find out how to enable this feature click here. – Compatibility check with WP 4.7.3.
Since version 3.8.0, you have the option to enable embeds in the custom fields displayed automatically in posts. To enable this feature follow these steps: – Start editing the form. – Click on a text-based custom field e.g. text, textarea, rich text. – You should see a new option titled “Enable Embeds”: – Set theRead More
Since version 3.7.0, custom fields can be shown on the edit post screen in the admin area. To enable this feature follow these steps: – Start editing the form whose fields you would like to display in the admin area. – Click on a custom field that you would like to display. – In “AutomaticallyRead More
Version 3.7.0 of Frontend Publishing Pro includes the following changes: – Not only are the custom fields shown on the front-end form, they are also shown on the edit post screen in the admin area. This functionality has been added to allow admins and editors to make changes from the admin area. To find outRead More
Version 3.6.0 of Frontend Publishing Pro includes the following changes: – You can now display custom field values automatically above and below post content. – A few minor code improvements.
By default, Frontend Publishing Pro adds all of its scripts and stylesheets at the end of the page. These resources are not added in the head section because it is very difficult for the plugin to anticipate whether the post or page about to get loaded has the shortcode in it. Some older versions ofRead More
Since 3.5.0 users can create new taxonomy terms from front-end forms created with Frontend Publishing Pro. Here are the settings that you need to change in order to use this functionality: – In your admin panel, go to Frontend Publishing Pro > Forms and start editing the form that you want to enable this featureRead More
Since version 3.5.0 Frontend Publishing Pro is fully compatible with WordPress MultiSite or WPMU. What this means is that all the sites on your network can use the plugin just like a standalone WordPress site can. Here are some things that you need to know if you intend to setup the plugin on your networkRead More
Version 3.5.0 of Frontend Publishing Pro includes the following changes: – The plugin is now fully compatible with WordPress multi-site. Sub-sites can now use all the features. Read More > – Users can now create new taxonomy terms from the front-end form. – Fixed a minor bug which was triggering auto-save on page refresh.