Building WordPress Plugins using ACF1 min read

In this series of videos, I’ll show to you how we can take in advance the ACF features to implement our custom plugins. Also, I’ll show a real code of a usable plugin.

Ok, I’m a huge fan of ACF, I use it in almost all of my projects because it’s easy to use, highly scalable and customizable to implement new features to our WordPress sites.

I don’t have much to say, the series of videos are self-explanatory, but it’s very important to say that this structure works fine for me and I hope works for you too.

Git Repository: https://github.com/donini/coffeepress

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Posted by Donini

WordPress Developer very involved with the community.