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Mass Custom Fields Manager

Description

1.5:
WordPress 3.1 compatible.

Mass Custom Fields Manager (MCFM) is a plugin I wrote in order to help people who use WordPress to manage their post’s custom fields with ease.
If you don’t want to spend your time editing each and every single post’s custom fields to the same value or you want to delete/update specific posts you don’t have another tool that let’s you do that.

You can choose posts by category,ID,custom field value,tags (since v1.0) and more and with a click of a button manage their custom fields.
You can also choose tags that if a post is saved having that tag, it will automatically get a specific custom field with a specific value (Added in v1.0).

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Screenshots

  • This is how the plugins interface looks like
  • This is the second part of the plugins interface (added in v1.0)

Installation

  1. Upload the mass-custom-fields-manager directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Visit the plugins page by clicking the Use link in the plugins description or from the Tools admin panel.

That’s it, now you can start managing your custom fields.

Contributors & Developers

“Mass Custom Fields Manager” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Changelog

1.5

*WordPress 3.1 compatible.

1.4

*Works with altered table name.
*WordPress 2.9.2 compatible.

1.2

*WordPerss 2.9.1 compatible.

1.1

Minor bug fixes
*Added new section from request-
“Does this apply to past posts only? Or is there a way to specify custom fields for certain posts? For example, I have a thumbnail that I want to apply to my Twitter Update entries automatically.” by MC.
*No longer in beta.
*Search by tags from request-
“Is there a way to search for posts using tags instead of post ID or category?” by MC.

0.9

*First release