Customise WordPress with powerful, professional and intuitive fields
This is one of my favorite plugin. I love it!
Thanks for making this!
The flexibility of this plugin is awesome too. You can completely customize the WordPress backend with this plugin. It can do anything from theme options to page content. And the vast number of extensions for this plugin means you can do anything with no coding on the backend.
We use this plugin on all our clients sites to make it easier for them to modify dynamic elements. It makes WordPress all that much better and simpler for our clients.
I can say one thing - must have plugin
With so many uses, it is hard to describe how beneficial this Plugin can be.
It is my go to Plugin for creating new editable page sections, like unique sidebars.
My 4 star rating is only because I have such limited experience leveraging all of the Plugin features.
I love love love ACF; probably one of my favorite plugins. You can add a multitude of content and data to your website using ACF, plus they have some awesome add-ons and extensions. I use this plugin frequently. You do need to understand a bit of coding and WP template hierarchy to use this plugin.
...and says what it does. Great plugin.
This is one of only 3-4 plugins that I install on every single wordpress site that I ever do.
It's extremely stable, well-made and useful when it comes to constructing custom templates in your wordpress theme.
Its repeater field is especially awesome for easily looping through and displaying data.
This is great. Thanks.
Very hand for adding in fields on to any type within WordPress, very easy to add custom fields in user profiles. Great plugin.
This plugin is so friggin flexible, it's hard not to find an excuse to use it. After using the free version on several sites, I decided to try the Pro version -- it's AWESOME. Seriously, couldn't be happier with how easy it is to use and how many random backend issues you can solve with it. With the Pro version, I was able to put up rotating random ads and custom-ordered sponsor logos in a fraction of the amount of time it would have taken me to make custom post types for those purposes. Using the free version, I've made several tab boxes and structured content areas; and I also like using it to hide the TinyMCE box on the page that's assigned to Blog Posts with a message explaining that the page is a placeholder (as I've had clients get really confused about that before). The Pro options pages are also fantastic, but before going Pro I would often assign any "global" inputs to the page assigned to be the Front Page, and that worked well for things like social media URLs, phone numbers, and the email address to use for website contact stuff. Anyway, yeah, this plugin's the bomb. Literally the only problem I've ever had with it was running out of PHP variables on a particularly complicated page on an uber-economical hosting package, but that was actually easily fixed via htaccess. Love this plugin!
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