WordPress Creation Kit Video

WordPress Creation Kit helps you develop intuitive WordPress sites, easily manageable by your clients, in half the time and without writing a single line of PHP code.

However, this is somewhat hard to visualize, so to that end we created a WordPress Creation Kit video explaining:

  • what is WCK
  • what you can do with it, in a tutorial like structure.
  • walking through almost all of the modules inside WCK

I tried to keep it as short as possible so consider this as a basic introduction.

Also we have MORE videos planned in the future, so if you have suggestions or thoughts you want to share, now is the time!

About Cristian Antohe

Cristian Antohe is the co-founder Cozmoslabs. He's a WordPress developer, web designer and Open Source fanatic. He's part of the team that developed Profile Builder and WordPress Creation Kit and also helps curate wpMail.me.

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9 thoughts on “WordPress Creation Kit Video

    • Good question. I’d say support. But if you’re using Pods chances are you don’t really need support that much and are quite comfortable coding your own things.

      I haven’t played with Pods for some time, but a few things do come in mind: repeater groups and front-end posting are two features that I think aren’t in Pods (I might be mistaken)

      Another, quite interesting difference, is that we save our meta-boxes via ajax, so if you have a large repeater groups to add, all that info will be saved without depending on the WordPress save button.

      However all this is from the top of my head right now… I guess I need to start researching Pods a little bit :)

  1. I have “thumbnail” checked in the Post Type Creator, but the Featured Image box doesn’t show up when I create a new item. Is there a way of fixing this?

      • The only screen options are Slug and Property Attributes (my custom fields).

        I just noticed that Revisions isn’t showing up either. Title, Editor, and Custom Fields do work.

        I’m on WordPress 3.8.1.

        • I solved my own problem – it was a silly mistake. Make sure your theme supports featured images by adding this to functions.php:

          add_theme_support( ‘post-thumbnails’ );

  2. It´s awesome, at least as long as I can see. I am not a developer and I have been fighting with the advanced custom fields pluggin for several days. Is there any way I can test this ??? I mean a trial period because If I have the same issues than the ones I have been facing with advanced custom fields what happens then??.

    I can download the WCK pluggin but as far as I understood, the swift template pluggin is the one which will solve my life isn´t it?? So I would like to test it, is this possible??

    • Hi Joseph,
      You’re right, Swift Templates simplifies a lot the aspect of displaying the custom fields, post types or taxonomies in your theme without writing code.
      Even though we don’t provide a testing version of our plugin, we do have a 30 days money back guarantee in place. If you realize WCK doesn’t fit you’re needs, we’ll refund your payment.
      If you have some specific project requirements in mind, just send us an email and we’ll tell you exactly if it can be achieved with WCK.

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