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  1. Glen Pridgen
    Glen Pridgen Published |

    Smashing WordPress + Justin Tadlock = Awesome

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  2. Jonathan Michaels
    Jonathan Michaels Published |

    Much appreciated! To be honest, I thought there would be a simpler way. Thanks for laying it out step-by-step for us non WP gurus.

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  3. Cary
    Cary Published |

    Man, I agree…I had no idea setting up custom post types were that involved. Thanks for the great writeup, though! It’s been something I’ve been wanting to learn more about for a while now.

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  4. Ricardo
    Ricardo Published |

    @justin – I like the idea of creating a post class box. Your tutorials are always very useful and spot on.

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  5. BB
    BB Published |

    I was able to work through your tutorial and get it to work as intended — after all the others I’ve been going through and struggling to get to do anything, that’s saying something!

    However, I need to do a different application of the same thing — rather than a field for a class, I want some profile fields (like social media usernames, website URL, email address, etc.) and then I want to display them in the post.

    Can you direct me to a resource about how to do that kind of thing?

    Thanks!

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  6. James Roberts
    James Roberts Published |

    Certainly, a very fantastic post class box plugin for WordPress designers. Thank you for this useful tutorial.

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