I was working on a slideshow tonight in a custom WordPress theme and wanted to use Meteor Slides. The only problem is that Meteor Slides does not come with the post editor enabled. So, I used the “add_post_type_support()” function to enable it:
And whallah! Now Meteor Slides supports the post editor!
Note: Make sure to change “slides” to whatever custom post type you want to enable the features on.
More posts from themightymo.com
How to merge multiple .csv files via command line
Today I downloaded 29 csv files with tax information. I could import those files 1 at a time into WooCommerce, but wouldn’t it be nice if I could merge them first and then only import a single file? The unix command is simple – just navigate to the folder with all the csv files and…
15 Best WordPress Support and Maintenance Services for 2023: Ensuring Your Website Stays in Top Shape
Small business owners and non-profit leaders know that keeping your website secure, fast, and fully-functional is critical to success. Here’s the unspoken truth: You can either learn how to do all that tech maintenance and development stuff yourself, or hire someone else to do it. But let’s face it, doing it yourself isn’t always the…
How to Whitelist SEM Rush IPs in Cloudflare
Alright, I’m going to show you how to whitelist a set of IPs on CloudFlare. In our case we use SEMrush and we want to make sure the SEMrush has full access to our sites.
Yeah, add_post_type_support is a super handy function! I have used it a few times to add the excerpt to use as a slide caption.