Edit Custom Fields

Descripción

This plugin offers a simple interface to edit or delete any Custom Field names/keys you may have created in the post/page editor.

Deleting a Custom Field also deletes the associated content, so use with caution!

This is not meant to be a powerful plugin in the vein of Advanced Custom Fields.

Only users with role Editor and above have access to this plugin.

Instalación

  1. Upload edit-custom-fields.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

Reseñas

14 de mayo de 2021
As others have said - does the job well for cleaning out junk from past themes + plug-ins. Deserves the praise. To have manually 'cleaned' 100s of posts from years of WP remodeling would have pushed me over the edge. THANK YOU for this plug-in!
12 de febrero de 2021
It does exactly what you can expect! Thank you!
8 de enero de 2021
I can't believe this plugin doesn't have a thousand 5-star reviews! If you've been struggling forever with deleting ACF old DB entries, this is the solution you've been looking for. Effective, light and super easy to use. Thank you so much for it!
14 de septiembre de 2020
Plugin does exactly what it should do. Very easy to use - perfect! I love it!
26 de agosto de 2020
Very good plugin, I've installed plugins in the past that has not deleted the custom fields and left traces behind. This plugin saved me a huge job of having to go to each post and delete the values manually. Can confirm working great on the latest version of WordPress in 2020
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Registro de cambios

0.1.7

  • Use $wpdb->prepare

0.1.6

  • Add nonce checks

0.1.4

  • Fixed regression from 0.1.2 onward that broke plugin when custom field key was
    used in multiple posts.

0.1.3

  • Removed broken function that broke 0.1.2
  • Fixed some Markdown formatting errors in readme.

0.1.2

  • DUH: Allowed for db table prefixes other than wp_ :self-flagellates:
  • Embarrasing typo on «Confirm Custom Field Deleteion» screen :S
  • Querying by ID now rather than key so that keys with spaces work smh

0.1.1

Fixed the stable tag in the readme.txt file.

0.1

Initial release.