Kyle Laverty: The Power of the WordPress Editor

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November 5, 2016

I’ve seen it too many times… unnecessary custom post types are created for something that does not need a custom post type. Meet the team, featured projects, and case studies sections are the most common offenders. I’m here to tell you that doing so is just making things more difficult and adding something that, in most cases, you don’t really need. The WordPress editor itself can handle what it is you seek to accomplish when creating such sections of your site, as it has the power to do so. Some things I’ll touch on in this session…

What is a custom post type?
When should you use a custom post type?
When should you avoid custom post types and just make it happen with the editor?
The power of the WordPress editor!

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WordCamp Raleigh 2016 34

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Kyle Laverty 1

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WordPress Editor 2

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