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  • I know it can’t be done with settings. I would like to modify the php file to override the setting in my child theme. I just need to know where the code is located.

    BTW, I think this is very important and should be included in a future release. I have members that add photos to Flickr and include a title and description, but when they go to my site they will see only one. Perhaps it should be included in the Lightbox Library settings along with the other Lightgallery settings like Zoom and Thumbnail. Just a checkbox to include both title and description.


    Scott, thank you so much for your quick responses. It was just as simple as checking the Public box. Since that is the default on new pods I didn’t even think about it. So it appears the Migrate CPT UI component is working fine now. All I have to do now is move the fields created with the Custom Fields plugin over to Pods but that is a minor job.

    Once again thanks for the help from all you guys.

    The migrate seemed to work but there are issues. I can see the CPT’s which are called Restaurants, in the admin ui. But the archive page doesn’t work and I checked to see that it was turned on in the settings. The address in the browser changes to but the page remains on the home page.

    Also, when looking at the listing of restaurants in the admin ui there is no view link and the same when you edit a page. However if a create a new CPT in pods, it has the view links.

    I am guessing that there is some field in the database that didn’t get changed correctly or there is some remnant left from CPT UI even though it has now been uninstalled. Any ideas would be appreciated or I’ll just have to create a new pod and manually re-enter all the data.

    That didn’t work out at all. It crashed the entire site including admin. I had to use FTP to delete the plugin folder before the site came back up. Here is the error.

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function isnull() in …/wp-content/plugins/pods-2.x/components/Migrate-CPTUI/Migrate-CPTUI.php on line 60

    I checked and the option is in fact named cptui_post_types. I also checked the posts themselves and they are of type “restaurants” so that seems normal to me. I don’t pretend to understand the workings of the tables in WordPress yet. I presume from what you said that Migrate CPT UI is looking at the options table for CPT’s.

    CPT UI is version 1.0.7. I’ll take a look at the MySQL database table and see if I can come up with a clue.

    Jim, It is clear. It’s not working. The component description says “Import Custom Post Types and Taxonomies from Custom Post Type UI”. It also has a screen shot showing what it should look like. As previously stated, it does not even show or find the custom post I created with CPT UI. The component is supposed to both import the CPT into Pods and then delete it from CPT UI if you choose to. At least that’s what it says it does.

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