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    Quang Nguyen

    The weird thing is that WP user front end is automatically showing the custom fields in posts… But it shows them inside <li> and I cant modify somehow their behaviour.

    What I want to do:
    Im using ACF and I got the custom fields inside tabs. However, even though WPUF is writing the values in same fields as ACF, it shows them also separately. Can some one help me to solve this issue? Thanks!

    This is a problem because its the lsat puzzle I need before I buy the pro version.



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    Hello Quang,

    For the front-end view you can edit template as you want to show. Create a folder as the same name of the plugin in your theme. Create template folder in that folder. Copy template from wpuf/template/ and paste it to your-theme/wpuf/template/ (You have just created) edit the template as you want.

    Thank you.


    Cesare Cantagalli
    Post count: 40

    Sorry, there is no template folder in wpuf


    Sekander Badsha
    Post count: 2067

    Hello Cesare,
    Shaikat got confused with the Pro version. Actually the Pro version does this pretty-much easily and has lot more customization options. Whereas you'll have to navigate to wp-admin -> User Frontend -> Settings -> Others and uncheck the “Show custom fields in the post” and manually call the data from your theme with meta_keys.

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