Custom Post Types

Custom Post Types Extension is an extension for the MainWP Plugin that allows you to manage almost any custom post type on your child sites and that includes Publishing, Editing, and Deleting custom post type content.

What are Custom Post Types?

Custom post types are nothing more than a basic post but have different sets of parameters defined inside your code. Probably, you have been able to see Products, Testimonials, Features, Projects, or similar items in your WordPress Sites and thought that it would be cool if you could manage these from your MainWP Dashboard.

Why do you Need This Extension?

With the MainWP Custom Post Types Extension, you will be able to manage almost any custom post type on your child sites, including WooCommerce Products. With this extension you can easily:

  • Publish new custom post type to your Child Sites
  • Unpublish custom post types on your Child Sites
  • Edit custom post types on your Child Sites
  • Delete custom post types on your child Sites

See it in Action!

Movies CPT Example

WooCommerce Products and Coupons Example

Purchase Options

$39.00 / year

Extension Info

  • Developer

    MainWP

  • Version

    4.0

  • Additional Information

    To be able to post custom post type (CTP) on your child sites, you need to have the matching CPT registered on your dashboard site. To register a CPT on your dashboard site, you can use a 3rd party plugin or custom code snippet (Function Reference / register custom post type)

Support

If this Extension is ordered individually your subscription enables access to this Extension, it’s updates and support for one year from the date of purchase.

You can use this Extension on unlimited MainWP Dashboards that you own.

Monthly Package

Included in the MainWP Pro
$ 19
99
Monthly
  • All current Extensions
  • All new Extensions during membership
  • All updates during membership
  • Support during membership
  • Unlimited Sites

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