Manage columns in posts, pages, post types, and taxonomies on your WordPress dashboard. it provides a way to easily manage the columns shown in the dashboard column. No other Alternative can provide you customizing experience like WP Adminify.
You are free to remove or add new columns as needed. It’s not a good idea to show all unnecessary columns and it can be annoying for some users. Try to organize your columns to achieve a clean interface.
Yes, it supports all post types. No matter which theme or plugin you are using. You can access any post type and customize their supportive columns properly. Customization of the taxonomy for custom post types is also possible.
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It allows you to showcase Advanced custom fields (ACF) of posts, pages, post types data in admin columns. Adding custom fields to a column is easy, just add a new column and select the data you want to add.
Admin Columns by WP Adminify integrates with Pods, helping you manage your Pods content. It has easy-to-use interface, and a lot of different settings to control both Post Type and Taxonomy columns. Check it out!
If you use categories or tags, then you may notice some Columns on this Taxonomy page. It has some default columns called Description, Slag, and Count. These columns are also customizable and will provide you a nice UI.
Boost your WooCommerce Product Page UI with this column addon. An excellent solution to manage your WooCommerce Columns. Maybe if you think you don’t need to showcase Stock Availability or Product Price columns then just remove it.
It’s not a good idea to open each post in the editor to check it’s featured image. It’s also very time-consuming. That’s why we’re introducing the Featured Image column. Enable it once, and you’ll be able to check the thumbnail from the post page.
We believe that personalization has no limit. And here you can add Custom Text for your label. Rename the label wisely and make something unique for your WordPress Dashboard. For example, your can change the “Category” into “Type”.
Yes, you can check your post ID by visiting the default editor permalink. However, having a column for post ID is great. It has multiple uses, such as targeting specific posts to apply custom CSS, It’s just one of the many uses for post ID.
Width customization for columns is super easy. There are percentage and pixel values to define the exact width of your column. Now get rid of the default width and get the control to set your own area.
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