Tag: Input Helper
Input Helpers in Pods really enhance the usability of Pods in WordPress. They work to modify data represented to the user in such a way to make it more useful or more valuable. I think that’s an important factor to take into account when setting up a Pods powered WordPress site for your clients.
Posted: May 10, 2010
WYSIWYG is trouble, but I’ve come to like TinyMCE the most out of anything. Pods has had one hand tied behind its back due to a the_editor() bug plaguing multiple instances of TinyMCE on the same page, but this quick Input Helper should help get us by until they’re officially supported in core.
Posted: March 30, 2010
Input Helpers in Pods CMS for WordPress allow you to work with and manipulate the data available to your clients on a per-input-field basis. In this walkthrough we’ll discuss limiting the WordPress Pages available in a Pick column as a method of applying a custom background image to the selected pages.
Posted: March 22, 2010