Fully customise WordPress edit screens with powerful fields. Boasting a professional interface and a powerful API, it’s a must have for any web deve
This is my number one most useful plugin.
If you're developing for WordPress and taking it out its box, this is the most useful tool you can have in your tool belt.
It's beautiful, robust, ridiculously well integrated and makes both developers and clients very happy.
Can't recommend any plugin more than this one.
The paid add-ons are awesome too, and quite cheap really for the time they'll save you.
It saved lot of time.
Thank you very much for creating the plugin
This plugin is exactly what I needed. It works incredibly well.
One of the best plugins I've encountered. Easily as good as any plugin by Automattic (WordPress founders).
Very customizeable, very intuitive to use. Very powerful.
I would recommend this plugin for anyone deploying client projects. Documentation is good, but the plugin is solid. Already bought the repeater add-on. :)
I read that someone wrote "The best WordPress plugin"... probably it is.
It's truly an irreplaceable tool, makes super easy working with metaboxes.
Coupled with a good use of custom post types, page templates and custom taxonomies extends WordPress boundaries towards a wider concept of CMS.
I can easily turn each WordPress installation into a unique CMS customised ad hoc for the specific client.
Documentation is excellent and the plugin is often updated by the ACF team.
I also highly recommend to purchase the Repeater and Options plugins!
Because I often use it in conjunction with WPML it needs a few tweaks to make it work well in multilingual installations.
Another tiny limitation is the impossibility to translate admin-side strings, this probably could be an issue if working with a team of multilingual editors.
Thanks a lot!
Great plugin. I installed it on all my WP projects.
Thanks alot for your hard work, appreciated.
Everything works as expected.
Advanced custom fields should become a part of WordPress core. It takes the idea of WordPress as a CMS to its logical conclusion.
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