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custom-post-edit wordpress plugin resources analysis

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Name custom-post-edit
Version 1.0.4
Author Christopher Churchill
Rating 0
Last updated 2014-10-13 11:01:00
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custom-post-edit plugin has no negative impact on PageSpeed score.

Home page PageSpeed score has been degraded by 0%, while Post page PageSpeed score has been degraded by 0%

custom-post-edit plugin added 108 kB of resources to the Home page and 108 kB of resources to the sample Post page.

custom-post-edit plugin added 0 new host(s) to the Home page and 0 new host(s) to the sample Post page.

Great! custom-post-edit plugin ads no tables to your Wordpress blog database.

This plugin is intented for Developers only it's a effort to implement a simple custom front end post edit form using angularJS.

I'll be tracking issues via github:


It uses angularJS for the form and requires you pass a $_GET['posttoedit'] variable in the url to the form containing the post ID you want to edit.



You are going to need to update three files to get this up and running first the form:

These fileds need to match the following syntax where in this case monthlysalary will be the object passed to the php function:


<input type="text" name="jobtitle" ng-model="formobject.monthlysalary" placeholder="Monthly Salary" />



Then the class customPostEdit->post_edit_fac() method, line 237-> 262 is the function that actually updates the post and is called from the javascript:



you are going to need to fill these in with the fields you want to update you can find the default fields here:


And you can update post meta fields like so:


update_post_meta( $postID, 'wpcf-monthly-salary', $monthlysalary );

There is one last file you may need to edit and that's the AngularJS file you may need to change Example:

$scope.formobject = {'jobID': '', 'title': '', 'jobcontent': '', 'monthlysalary': ''};

Object to match your form fields in this file:



This file calls the php endpoint we defined in the first file the post_edit_fac and sends the formobject {} to that function from the form.

You can place the form anywhere you want using the shortcode:



Good luck and post any issues to github I'll gladly lend a hand...

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