Reply To: New custom post backend form to front end?

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traversal # Posted on August 15, 2013 at 4:09 pm

Hey Amit, thanks for the feedback.

Using the custom field interfaces for the front-end is not something that can be done easily. While the custom field UI is a form-based interface, it’s a fairly different problem to build front-end forms for the actual web site, and is something that is likely better served by the plugins like Gravity Forms which specialise in doing just that.

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