In this eleven part series, Steve Burge on OSTraining.com provides a simple introduction to Pods. He covers creating custom post types in Pods, adding fields to the Pods, using Pods Templates and shortcodes to display the Pods.
Best practices for local development, migrating site content and Pods configuration.
Conductor is a plugin that makes it easy to easy to create custom layouts and display content without code. This video shows how to combine Conductor and Pods for a super fast and efficient way to build content-rich sites–in a fraction of the time.
A simple, real world example, curtesy of Mendel Kurland, showing how to use Pods to add schema.org markup to event listings.
An overview of creating the Tutorial Series Taxonomy Archives used in our prior version of the Pods website. Helpful for understanding how Taxonomy Archives work and how to customize them.
This simple tutorial covers the basics of how to create a Pods Page and associate it with a WordPress page template. This tutorial is no longer live; we will not be including it any longer in our documentation.
The WordPress back-end saw a major overhaul in WordPress 3.8 that gave a much needed, modern makeover to the admin interface. One of the key components of the new re-design is the inclusion of the Dashicons font created by Automattic UI designer, Mel Choyce. As a …
Learn how URL rewrite rules settings in Pods to customize the URLs for your custom post types and custom taxonomies in order to fit your needs.
Pods Advanced Content Types (or ACT) are a special content type that stores its data outside of the regular WordPress post and meta tables. There are specific cases where this is important functionality to have, but for most applications, custom post types are a better …