1. mac2net

    Wow I am the first to comment! I really love these WordPress “specialised mini frameworks”. They enable me to learn and enhance without bloat.
    With apologies in advance if this sounds ridiculous, it would be great if the metaboxes/fields could be exposed to the Customizer via the Customize Posts plugin.
    In reference to the post about WordPress and innovation – what enables innovation is the combining of disparate technologies to generate heretofore unavailable functions and features. Accessing the output of this plugin in the Customizer would be a quantum leap for WordPress.


  2. Melson

    Developers at WebDevStudios took over the original CMB GitHub repository from Jared Atchison, its original creator, in December of 2013.

    Didn’t Bill Erickson write the first version?


  3. Rob Mehew

    I use this library quite a bit on various plugins and theme functions I build. The last time I used it, it was incredibly powerful, i’m excited to get using this new version, let’s see what we can do with it!


  4. Ryan Hellyer

    This is a very useful library.


  5. Bryan Hoffman

    I’ll have to give it a try, but I’m wondering how it compares with Advanced Custom Fields… anyone have experience with both?


  6. Jack Koppa

    This might be an obnoxious question to leave here, but is there any other resource for adding your own custom field types in CMB2, other than the main GitHub page for it? I’m trying to create a mix between textarea and textarea_code (basically, a non-WYSIWYG textarea, that will still allow basic HTML to work), but getting very lost in the details of how to go about this. Any advice would be much appreciated.


    • Jack Koppa

      And now, embarrassingly, I’ve discovered that I shouldn’t need a custom field type for this. I should just be able to change rows in the attribute array, but for some reason, that’s not working for me. Ah, well, such is life, and I’ll work on that. Sorry to pester you all.


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