Support » Plugin: Toolset Types - Custom Post Types, Custom Fields and Taxonomies » How to make existing CPTs editable in Gutenberg created with Toolset

  • Resolved Subrata Sarkar

    (@subrataemfluence)


    I am working on a project where a lot of custom post types are created with Toolset Type. the project is now going to use Gutenberg and some shortcodes need to be converted into blocks, which I am doing.

    The problem is all post type edit pages are coming with default old WP editor. I need them to make compatible with Gutenberg so that shortcode blocks are workable.

    To make a post type editable in Gutenberg I have to use 'show_in_rest' => true. How can do it with existing CPTs created with your plugin? Is there a way or I have to rewrite those CPTs by hand?

    Please suggest. Its kind of urgent.

    Thank you!

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  • Plugin Support Beda

    (@bedas)

    Please read this sticky post, the Types plugin is deprecated.
    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/types-plugin-will-go-away-at-the-end-of-2018/

    As for Gutenberg, the Toolset Types which proceeds its life as a paid plugin supports Gutenberg along with it’s blocks, however, I cannot explain paid plugins here.
    You might contact us here.
    Also here you can find a list of other solutions to Toolset Types.

    Show in rest itself is activated in the Posts Edit Screen (Toolset Types > Post Types > Edit your post type > Options).
    On the free version you will then be able to use Gutenberg on those posts, however, the plugin is deprecated, there will be no support or updates.
    I cannot suggest going ahead with the project using Free Types plugin.

    Subrata Sarkar

    (@subrataemfluence)

    Thanks for your quick reply.

    Show in rest itself is activated in the Posts Edit Screen (Toolset Types > Post Types > Edit your post type > Options).

    has resolved my question.

    Thanks one again! 🙂

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