Wordpress - common fields for posts
I added a new custom post in Wordpress and named it
In admin menu in
Products I have two links -
All Products and
Everything works perfectly, each product has it's own permalink, fields and so on.
What shall I do to have a few editable fields to be common for all products?
I mean, I wish to edit a field just a single time in admin and it shall display on all product pages.
Use the Settings API.
There is no built-in way to do it at a custom post type level.
You could also define a secondary custom post type ("All Products Details") and attach it to every
Product you create as a custom field on it, but then you also have to implement an automated way of setting defaults for custom fields (Here's a way to do this.).
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