Support » Plugin: SuperCPT » Looks to be everything it promises to be.

  • mosheeshel

    (@mosheeshel)


    Best thing of all, it doesn’t expose the interface to meddling users – and keeps it all in the code – makes me feel like a developer again!

    Paired up with posts 2 posts this makes a REAL CMS out of wordpress – good job you guys! I mean, it was a CMS before, none of these things are new, but you made it EASY to accomplish and give a unified interface.
    Best thing that could happen now is for the two plugins to merge and offer a single interface and documentation – will reduce duplication that currently exists between the two.

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  • Plugin Author Matthew Boynes

    (@mboynes)

    Thanks for checking out the plugin!

    SuperCPT currently supports creating one-to-one, one-to-many, and many-to-many relationships with posts (of any post type, including the current one) using the ‘data’ attribute in a field. I plan on enhancing this functionality in the future to make the UI a little more powerful, but for now, it’s all there and works.

    If you weren’t aware of this, Happy Birthday! Otherwise, is there anything about Posts 2 Posts that you’d like to see in this plugin?

    mosheeshel

    (@mosheeshel)

    Hi Matthew, and thanks for a great plugin!
    I was aware that I can link to data, but not that it was capable of “creating” the relationship beyond adding it as a meta field.

    If you want people to be aware of this excellent feature, you need to write a bit more documentation regarding this – and explain how to create the various relationships, and more important how to access them from all the directions.

    Also I like the dropdown/select lists, but they will not support large numbers of posts – in this resepect I would love to see something like the interface Posts 2 Posts supplies (with the search and delete relationship button).

    Otherwise (as you already announce that the UI improvements are in the pipe) – there is nothing special that Posts 2 Posts provides that I need – I only needed the relationship management – and you have it.

    It would be a good idea to check out the “engine” underneath that plugin, just to make sure that your not missing any performance issues.

    Again, thank you!

    mosheeshel

    (@mosheeshel)

    Oh yeah, one feature I’d really like, ability to set order to connected posts/types/taxonomies

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