If you aren’t already familiar, CMB2 is a metabox, custom fields, and forms library for WordPress. And well…as Justin pointed out, what is it good for? Absolutely everything! With seemingly endless options, it can sometimes be difficult to decide on how to implement...Read More Using CMB2 to Create an FAQ
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CMB2 is pretty much the best. It makes it super easy to add fields all over your site and it comes with a ton of useful fields by default. There are also a ton of community made fields out there for extending it with...Read More How To Make a Custom Field For CMB2
Here at WebDevStudios, we try to use CMB2 for pretty much anything form or field related. We do this for several reasons: It saves us time. It’s a framework that handles a lot of the nitty-gritty for us (creating markup, handling sanitizing,...Read More Use CMB2 to Create a New Post Submission Form
What happened to Custom Metaboxes and Fields for WordPress? Is this an actual plugin? Do I need to use CMB2 instead? These are a few of the types of questions I get asked when talking about CMB2. I agree–it IS confusing! With...Read More CMB2 WordPress Plugin: What is it good for? Absolutely everything!
CMB2 creates metaboxes and forms with custom fields that will blow your mind. Attached Posts in an extension of this extremely useful plugin. Every once in a while you may find yourself needing to attach various pieces of content to various other pieces...Read More Attaching Posts with CMB2 for WordPress
A while back, I wanted to create an addon for Local by Flywheel that connected a popular database management tool, TablePlus with Local by Flywheel. Local is a development tool used by WordPress developers all over. At WebDevStudios, we use it daily....Read More How to Create an Addon for Local by Flywheel
As if giving back to WordPress and the community wasn’t cool enough, our next Five for the Future (#5ftf) event is happening tomorrow, Friday, October 3rd, and the event will include a whopping seven new WebDevStudios (WDS) employees. WDS is growing, and...Read More Friday Is for Five for the Future
Sal is a Senior Backend Engineer at WebDevStudios and has been solving problems using WordPress for the past nine years. He is an active member of the open-source community with contributions to many projects including WordPress core, the Genesis theme framework, WP-CLI,...Read More Sal Ferrarello
At WebDevStudios (WDS), we’ve seen many iterations of page builders and page builder-esque tools over the years. I think it’s safe to say that the experimentation began with CMB2 and led us down an exciting path that included a handful of full-fledged page...Read More Creating a Global Options Component in Gutenberg