I have two issues:
1. In Specular>Portfolio Config> The custom fields parameters are not visible. I can add new fields, but not control the default fields, PROJECT DESCRIPTION and PROJECT DETAILS.
2. When I create a portfolio item, I do not see where to use the custom fields. The default fields appear on the published post, but I cannot control where to place my content to use them.
The custom fields will appear only below the “Project Details” title. While the “Project Description” title will show up the description text added in post editor. To add more custom fields, go to Specular > Portfolio Config (screenshot).
To edit the custom fields of a portfolio item, go to the item’s Single Portfolio Options > Custom Fields (screenshot)
Watch this video tutorial to understand better how to set up a portfolio item: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpS6ldRLZSg
The above screenshots and video are helpful in confirming what I’ve already done. But still not resolving my inability to understand where to place text related to the default field <span style=”color: #4b4d4d; font-family: Raleway; font-size: 14px;”> </span><span style=”color: #4b4d4d; font-family: Raleway; font-size: 14px;”>PROJECT DESCRIPTION </span>with the style: IN CONTAINER SLIDER / IMAGE / VIDEO. However, since this appears at the top of the published post, this is not a problem. The problem is knowing where to place text for the <span style=”color: #4b4d4d; font-family: Raleway; font-size: 14px;”>PROJECT DETAILS </span>default field and any custom fields I create.
I have created screenshots of the published page, published portfolio items, and settings for the portfolio item: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2is6gp6lsnhls2p/AADGD7E6RvQsiVc6Ok-_wxU3a?dl=0
thanks for the comments and further explanation. I have found the code in the theme file, /includes/view/portfolio for all portfolio php files and see how the default fields of DESCRIPTION and PROJECT DETAILS can be changed:
<?php if($cl_redata[‘single_portfolio_content_position_container’] == ‘left’): ?>
<h4><?php _e(‘Project Description’, ‘codeless’) ?></h4>
<?php the_content(); ?>
<h4><?php _e(‘Project Details’, ‘codeless’) ?></h4>
As it happens, I have changed the portfolio style to Gallery Grid. And see, when I add/edit slides, where I can insert the copy for the default field DESCRIPTION. I understand how to add the custom fields. What I still cannot find is how/where to insert the copy for the default field PROJECT DETAILS or for any custom field I’ve created. What am I missing?
Sorry but I really am not following you any more!
How to add and fill in the information for the custom fields i have already explained above with screenshots and at the video tutorial.
To change the “Project Details” title and “Project Description” title, as said above you have to change it directly in theme files. If you change the portfolio style, then make sure you have changed the title, for that style in the responsible block of code for the specific style.
Please send us your wp credentials in a private reply. i will do a screen recording while creating a new test portfolio item and adding it’s custom fields.
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Your site is in localhost. This means it’s accessible only from you. The wordpress installation has to be hosted in an online server for us to be able to access it.
I did the same example on my installation so please take a look at this screen recording: http://jmp.sh/N4DKukI
-For the portfolio page categories, this is the logic of it:
If you are using pagination (show a certain number of portfolio items in one page and the rest in second page..etc) then in the first page you can filter ONLY the categories that do have items in that page. Meaning if there are no items in the first page that belong to Category X then when you click on this category, no results will be show. If this category has items in the second page, then only when you are in the second page, it will show results.
8 months, 1 week ago dickieassocParticipant
I get it! thanks for the video.
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