Overview of Custom Fields
This guide covers
- The basics of Custom Fields
- How to associate the Admin portal and User portal through Custom Fields
- Why are Custom Fields essential to data manipulation?
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The features of Custom Fields allows Marketplace admins to customise the type of item fields for sellers to fill in during the item upload process. Custom Fields is a powerful tool that you can use to allow sellers in your Marketplace to show certain important information about the items they are selling.
This guide will walk you through the entirety of Custom Fields, particularly on:
At the end of this guide, you will be able to learn the flexibility of Custom Fields and how you can implement them on both the Admin and User interfaces.
Essentially, it takes an input from the Admin’s interface and creates anand stores its data. One highlight about is, when you create them on the Admin interface, they can be accessed and located on the User’s Interface.
Let us take a look at the.
What happens is the Custom Field PHP file creates User Custom fields instead of the Implementation Custom Fields, after obtaining both the Admin ID and Admin token. This means that no matter which user is logged in, the Admin ID and Admin token can still be obtained to perform these functions but will not be displayed to the User.
Allmust be initialized with a value, however for this particular plug-in it will do nothing with those values. This is one characteristic of Custom Fields - its flexibility and functionality.
For developers, the dynamic nature of Custom Fields allows you to make limitless functions and implementations and therefore you are able to manipulate and implement various data specific to a particular task.
No CSS should be used for this task. Install the plug-in onto your marketplace. Any data that you input in the “Data” field will result in the plug-in generating a new marketplace Custom Field for you.
Using Postman in the above example, the “Custom Fields” entry shows that this Merchant has two custom fields associated with it - “test” and “test1”.
This means that only the new custom field “three” will be created because you have already selected “one” and “two” previously. (ie. double-entry)
Now that you understand the flexibility custom fields can be and how to implement them on both the Admin and User interfaces.