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    Pods – Custom Content Types and Fields

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    Manage all your custom content needs in ONE location with the Pods Framework. You can:

    • Create and edit custom post types, taxonomy, fields and extend existing WordPress objects like users, media, posts and pages or extend other plugins’ custom post types — all from Pods.
    • Easily display your custom content, whether you want to use shortcodes, widgets, the code-free Pods Template approach, or use standard PHP in WordPress Theme templates and functions.
    • Create connections between any of your content to help organize it in logical and useful ways with relationship fields.

    Let Pods help you grow your development skills and manage content beyond the standard WordPress Posts & Pages. Check out pods.io for our User Guide, Support Forum, and our Slack Chat to help you develop with Pods.

    Introduction

    Content types that evolve with your needs

    Create any type of content that you want — small or large — we’ve got you covered. Every content type created with Pods gets all the love it needs to grow up big and strong. You’ll get an easy to use interface that lets you manage custom fields and how your content type will function.

    We now give you the power you’ve never before had with a single plugin because we’ve re-imagined how to manage content types from the ground up.

    Create new content types

    With Pods, you can create entirely new content types:

    • Custom Post Types – Content types that look and function like Posts and Pages, but in their own separate areas
    • Custom Taxonomies – Content types that look and function like Categories and Tags, but in their own separate areas
    • Custom Settings Pages – Create custom admin forms under Settings to help organize your site’s custom global settings
    • Advanced Content Types – These are entirely separate from WordPress and function off their own database tables

    Extend existing content types

    Not satisfied? How about the power of being able to extend existing content types? We’ve got you covered with extending these major WordPress objects:

    • Post Types – Create and manage fields for any existing Post Type (Posts, Pages, etc), even those created by plugins or themes
    • Taxonomies – Create and manage fields for any existing Taxonomies (Categories, Tags, etc), even those created by plugins or themes
    • Media – Create and manage fields for your media uploads, easily add additional information and context to any file you want
    • Users – Create and manage fields for your user profiles, this is truly the bees knees!
    • Comments – Create and manage fields for your visitor comments, easily add fields to fit the way you use comments as reviews and more

    Use our field types, or make your own

    We have a lot of common field types available for you to use, or you can build your own with our extensible field type classes.

    Each of these field type have their own set of options, if those aren’t enough they are also easily extended:

    • Date / Time – Date, Time, or both
    • Number – Plain Number or Currency
    • Text – Plain Text, Website, Phone, E-mail, or Password
    • Paragraph Text – Plain Paragraph, WYSIWYG (TinyMCE or CLEditor, or add your own), or Code (Syntax Highlighting)
    • Color Picker – Choose colors, because colors are great
    • Yes / No – You can’t really go wrong with a checkbox, but we’ve added a few charms to make it stand out
    • File / Image / Video – Upload new media or select from existing ones with our Media Library integration, or use a simple uploader, your choice
    • Avatars – Upload new media or select from existing ones, automatically integrates with get_avatar calls for Users extended by Pods
    • Relationships – Relate any item, to any item of any WP object type, another Pod, or a custom user-defined list — with bidirectional relationships

    Relationships to rule the world with

    • Custom defined list
    • Post Types
    • Taxonomies
    • Users
    • User Roles
    • User Capabilities
    • Media
    • Comments

    And many other relationships are also available including:

    • Image Sizes
    • Navigation Menus
    • Post Formats
    • Post Status
    • Sidebars
    • Countries (predefined)
    • US States (predefined)
    • Days of Week (predefined)
    • Months of Year (predefined)

    Easily display your content

    There are several ways to get Pods data to show up throughout your site, but with any WP object type you create or extend with Pods, you can use all of the functions and methods you’re already used to with the core WordPress API / Loop — out of the box!

    Additionally, we have a United Theming API that lets you theme your content types across every type of Pod, regardless if it’s a post type or taxonomy or user, or.. you get the picture.

    Customized Management Panels

    Utilize Pods UI (included in Pods 1.10+) to build your own Custom Management panels for your Pods.

    Optional Components to do even more

    You can enable some of our included components to extend your WordPress site even further:

    • Roles and Capabilities – Create or edit Roles for your site, and customize their corresponding capabilities
    • Pages – Create custom pages that function off of your site’s path, with wildcard support, and choose the Page Template to use
    • Templates – Use our template engine to create templates that can be handed off to clients for carefree management
    • Helpers – Customize how Pods works right from the admin area with simple to advanced reusable code snippets
    • Advanced Content Types – These types of content were built into Pods prior to 2.3, but are now optionally enabled
    • Table Storage – Enable table-based storage for custom fields on Post Types, Media, Users, and Comments. Also adds the ability to add custom fields to Taxonomies
    • Advanced Relationships – Add advanced relationship objects for relating to including Database Tables, Multisite Networks, Multisite Sites, Themes, Page Templates, Sidebars, Post Type Objects, and Taxonomy Objects
    • Markdown Syntax – Parses Markdown Syntax for Paragraph Text / WYSIWYG fields
    • Builder theme integration – Use our tightly integrated modules for Builder in your layouts

    Migrate to Pods, find out what you’ve been missing

    Using another solution? We’ve built additional components to help you transition:

    • Import from Custom Post Type UI
    • More imports coming soon including Importing from Custom Field Suite, Advanced Custom Fields, and Custom Tables

    Plays well with others

    We also do our best to integrate and play nicely with other projects:

    Contributors

    Pods really wouldn’t be where it is without all of the contributions both financially and through code / time. Check out our GitHub for a list of contributors, or search our GitHub issues to see everyone involved in adding features, fixing bugs, or reporting issues/testing.

    github.com/pods-framework/pods/graphs/contributors

    Translations

    Many thanks go out to the fine folks who have helped us translate Pods into other languages other than English!

    Join us in further translating the Pods interface at: https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/pods

    We also have a dedicated Slack Chat channel to help our translators get started and to support them on the process.

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