We added a lot of very usefull column to products, orders and coupons which are now editable and sortable. This means you will be saving a lot of time editing your products. You wont’ have to go through each product at the time, but you can use the editable column. Changing any product information couldn’t be easier.
One of the main features of this update is our easy-to-use developer API, but we also made taxonomy columns editable, added a new file-location-column and lots of small improvements. Developer API We introduced an API to make all columns editable. With a couple of filters, you can make your own created columns editable within minutes. Our tutorial […]
New features Some great new features with this release. Inline editing support for Users ánd Media. You will be able to use inline editing for not only standard fields, but also most of the add custom columns, including custom fields. And ofcourse Advanced Custom Field columns! Editable Media columns Media columns are now editable, which […]
Great update for repeater and flexible content columns with this Advanced Custom Fields add-on update. Repeater Field You can now pick a subfield for a repeater field and display it’s contents. Add multiple repeater columns to your overview with each displaying their own ACF field. Flexibele Content Field Flexible content column will display which Layou is […]
Admin Columns Pro 3.1.1 was just released. This release fixes the problem that probably arose with WordPress 4.0+ and Admin Columns Pro, giving an error (“The plugin does not have a valid header.”) on trying to activate the plugin through clicking the “Activate” link after manually uploading the plugin zip-file through the WordPress admin.
We’ve just released the first new major version since launching Admin Columns Pro: version 3.1! It includes quite a few big changes, including full inline editing support for Advanced Custom Fields (only for Business and Developer license holders), new translations and many new actions and filters for developers.
If your WordPress installation is running particularly slowly on some front-end pages, there’s a few easy optimizations to consider. One of them is lowering the total size of the response from the server(s). To figure out which uploaded files in WordPress are slowing down your website, Admin Columns offers a simple solution.