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Field
Features
Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
Field
$this_field = $this_field_instance->this_field('my_field_id');
Features
// CREATE: $this_field to our desired field type via our $this_field_instance variable
$this_field = $this_field_instance->this_field('my_field_id');
// ASSIGN: our global field features
// NOTE: these features are available to all field types but are considered unique,
// like layout, style, dependency values and validation methods, etc...
$this_field->horizontal(true); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->style('width: 100%;'); // DEFAULT: false
// ASSIGN: our unique field features
// NOTE: these features are only available to this field type
// CONTROLS: this_feature_method | DEFAULT: value
$this_field->this_feature_method();
Example 1
Function Method
// CALL: wponion/loaded action to load our my_function function
add_action('wponion/loaded', 'my_function');
// CREATE: my_function to load our field and module routine
function my_function() {
// CREATE: our wponion_builder variable instance
// NOTE: we always create a wponion_builder variable instance to boot any wponion feature,
// then we determine what to do with that instance and its stored arguments
$this_field_instance = wponion_builder();
// CREATE: $this_field to our desired field type via our $this_field_instance variable
$this_field = $this_field_instance->this_field('my_field_id');
// ASSIGN: our general field features
// NOTE: these features are available to ALL field types but are considered general,
// like title, text descriptions, debug, etc...
$this_field->title(__('My Field Label')); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->desc(__('My field description...')); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->desc_field(__('My field description...')); // DEFAULT: false
// $this_field->debug(true); // DEFAULT: false
// ASSIGN: our unique field features
// NOTE: these features are ONLY available to this field type
// CONTROLS: this_feature_method | DEFAULT: value
$this_field->this_feature_method();
// ASSIGN: our global field features
// NOTE: these features are available to ALL field types but are considered unique in their usage,
// like layout, custom css, dependency values and validation methods, etc...
$this_field->horizontal(true); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->style('width: 100%;'); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->help(array('content' => __('This field tooltip...'))); // DEFAULT: false
// CREATE: $this_module_instance options array
// NOTE: these options vary depending on the module output you choose
// like wponion_admin_page, wponion_metabox, wponion_taxonomy, etc...
$this_module_instance = array(
'metabox_title' => __('My Metabox Title'),
'metabox_id' => 'my-metabox-id',
'option_name' => 'my_metabox_name',
'screens' => array('post', 'page', 'product',),
'context' => 'normal',
'theme' => 'wp',
'ajax' => true,
);
// CALL: our wponion_metabox module
// NOTE: Here you can call your desired module method
// like wponion_admin_page, wponion_metabox, wponion_taxonomy, etc...
// We are passing our module settings and our various field settings into our desired module output
// NOTE: in a more real world use, $this_field_instance would contain multiple fields and their settings
// instead of the one field shown in our documentation demo
wponion_metabox($this_module_instance, $this_field_instance);
}
Example 2
Class Method
// IF: My_Class doesn't exist
if (!class_exists('My_Class')) {
// CALL: wponion/loaded action to load our My_Class class
add_action('wponion/loaded', function() {
// INSTANTIATE: My_Class
new My_Class();
});
// CREATE: My_Class class
final class My_Class {
// CREATE: our class constructor method
public function __construct() {
// CALL: my_function to load our field and module routine
$this->my_function();
}
// CREATE: my_function function to load our field and module routine
private function my_function() {
// CREATE: our wponion_builder variable instance
// NOTE: we always create a wponion_builder variable instance to boot any wponion feature,
// then we determine what to do with that instance and its stored arguments
$this_field_instance = wponion_builder();
// CREATE: $this_field to our desired field type via our $this_field_instance variable
$this_field = $this_field_instance->this_field('my_field_id');
// ASSIGN: our general field features
// NOTE: these features are available to ALL field types but are considered general,
// like title, text descriptions, debug, etc...
$this_field->title(__('My Field Label')); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->desc(__('My field description...')); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->desc_field(__('My field description...')); // DEFAULT: false
// $this_field->debug(true); // DEFAULT: false
// ASSIGN: our unique field features
// NOTE: these features are ONLY available to this field type
// CONTROLS: this_feature_method | DEFAULT: value
$this_field->this_feature_method();
// ASSIGN: our global field features
// NOTE: these features are available to ALL field types but are considered unique in their usage,
// like layout, custom css, dependency values and validation methods, etc...
$this_field->horizontal(true); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->style('width: 100%;'); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->help(array('content' => __('This field tooltip...'))); // DEFAULT: false
// CREATE: $this_module_instance options array
// NOTE: these options vary depending on the module output you choose
// like wponion_admin_page, wponion_metabox, wponion_taxonomy, etc...
$this_module_instance = array(
'metabox_title' => __('My Metabox Title'),
'metabox_id' => 'my-metabox-id',
'option_name' => 'my_metabox_name',
'screens' => array('post', 'page', 'product',),
'context' => 'normal',
'theme' => 'wp',
'ajax' => true,
);
// CALL: our wponion_metabox module
// NOTE: Here you can call your desired module method
// like wponion_admin_page, wponion_metabox, wponion_taxonomy, etc...
// We are passing our module settings and our various field settings into our desired module output
// NOTE: in a more real world use, $this_field_instance would contain multiple fields and their settings
// instead of the one field shown in our documentation demo
wponion_metabox($this_module_instance, $this_field_instance);
}
}
}
Example 3
External Method
// CALL: post_submitbox_misc_actions action to load our render_this_field_externally function
// NOTE: you can render a single wponion field into any custom wp do_action location
// NOTE: you must write your own saving methods when rendering a wponion field externally
add_action('post_submitbox_misc_actions', 'render_this_field_externally');
// CREATE: render_this_field_externally to load our field and module routine
// NOTE: our wpo_field function can only echo a single field at a time
// you cannot pass multiple field types into the final echo ..->render()
function render_this_field_externally() {
// CREATE: our wponion_builder variable instance
// NOTE: we always create a wponion_builder variable instance to boot any wponion feature,
// then we determine what to do with that instance and its stored arguments
$this_field_instance = wponion_builder();
// CREATE: $this_field to our desired field type via our $this_field_instance variable
$this_field = $this_field_instance->this_field('my_field_id');
// ASSIGN: our general field features
// NOTE: these features are available to ALL field types but are considered general,
// like title, text descriptions, debug, etc...
$this_field->title(__('My Field Label')); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->desc(__('My field description...')); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->desc_field(__('My field description...')); // DEFAULT: false
// $this_field->debug(true); // DEFAULT: false
// ASSIGN: our unique field features
// NOTE: these features are ONLY available to this field type
// CONTROLS: this_feature_method | DEFAULT: value
$this_field->this_feature_method();
// ASSIGN: our global field features
// NOTE: these features are available to ALL field types but are considered unique in their usage,
// like layout, custom css, dependency values and validation methods, etc...
$this_field->horizontal(true); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->style('width: 100%;'); // DEFAULT: false
$this_field->help(array('content' => __('This field tooltip...'))); // DEFAULT: false
// CALL: our single field render method
// NOTE: we can only echo a single field at a time
// you cannot pass multiple field types into echo ->render()
echo $this_field->render('my-custom-name-value', 'my_option_name');
}

Output

$this_field->multiple(false);

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