Now that your custom fields are created, it's time to start adding data. In this video, take a look at how the Post Edit screen has changed, how to locate your fields group, and add content to your newly create fields.
- [Instructor] After you add a field group to your posts, … you can start adding data to those fields. … Let's do that now. … We'll click Posts, Add New. … When the New Post screen loads, … you'll see the title and block editor … as well as the right sidebar. … You'll also notice a new box below the editor, … our profile info field group. … First, let's fill out the title. … Let's go with Melville as our first profile. … We'll also select the category Profile. … Next, we'll add a featured image. … We'll select one of the pre-uploaded images … from our media selector. … Now, it's time to turn to the Field group. … In the description, we'll add some information … about Melville. … Then we'll add a location of San Francisco. … Finally, we'll select some friends for Melville. … If we place our cursor in the Friends select box, … you'll see any posts that are added … to the profile category show up here. … Once you get a lot of profiles, … you can start to type to filter the list out. … We'll add Yodel as one of Melville's friends. …
- What are custom fields?
- Creating field groups
- Adding content to fields
- Displaying fields on a child theme
- Creating and displaying repeater fields
- Creating a submission form
- Creating a Gutenberg block with PHP only
- Writing rules for field display
- Organizing fields
- Exporting field groups
Skill Level Advanced
1. Getting Started with ACF
2. Creating Field Groups with ACF
Field types overview3m 48s
3. Displaying Your Fields
4. Working with Data in ACF
5. Creating a Gutenberg Block
6. Cleaning Up the Admin
Next steps1m 13s
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