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Removing old areas (2 posts)

  1. isign4jc
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I am ridiculously excited about this plugin! It is perfect for what I need.

    I just tested it out by adding a few regions/blocks to my page and it worked beautifully. Then I decided to rename them. Now the new ones are there, but the old ones are still there grayed out in the editing screen. How can I delete them permanently?

    Thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/pagely-multiedit/

  2. Andrew Miguelez
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    It's a great plugin! Some parts of it are confusing though. I recently had to figure out the solution to this same problem. It's fairly painless.

    What's going on:
    Since each tab is just a WYSIWYG-ified Custom Field, when you remove the MultiEdit region, the Custom Field is left behind. As a safety measure, MultiEdit will never delete a field, so it shows the orphan fields as grayed out tabs.

    How to fix:
    Navigate to the page with outdated tabs in the admin. If the Custom Fields box isn't already visible, click "Screen Options" in the top right of the page and turn Custom Fields on. Click "Show/Hide MultiEdit Fields" and then delete the outdated fields.

    :)

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