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W3DB wraps the post form in HTML used for creating a modal window. You can customize this wrapper by creating a file named “w3db-post-modal.php” in your theme’s root directory. Then copy the contents of w3-directory-builder-pro/inc/templates/post-modal.php, and paste it into your w3db-post-modal.php file. Now you can modify the HTML as you see fit.

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W3DB includes a default form used for creating and editing submissions. If you wish to create a custom form, first you must create a file named “w3db-post-form.php” in your theme’s root directory. Then copy the contents of W3DB’s default form template, found in the plugin’s directory w3-directory-builder-pro/inc/templates/post-form.php, and paste it into your w3db-post-form.php file. Now […]

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Add link to submission form. Users can add submissions to your directory by using a form that appears in a modal window (so they don’t have to leave the page the are viewing). In order to trigger the modal window you need to modify your WordPress theme or add/modify a link using the wp-admin Menu […]

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Since W3 Directory Builder inserts and updates posts/listigs without refreshing the page, the plugin needs to know what a post should look like. By default, W3DB will return a simple post with a title and excerpt (just to demonstrate that the plugin is working). However, you will need to create (and customize) a new file […]

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W3 Directory Builder can be customized by adding new files to your theme folder. Custom Templates w3db-loop.php This is pretty much like a standard WordPress loop except it should only contain code for generating posts and no extraneous elements (e.g. pagination). w3db-post-form.php Modify the default W3DB post form or create an entirely new one. Only […]

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We tried to make W3 Directory Builder quick to setup and easy to use. W3DB uses various default settings that you can change later. However, the most important thing required of you is defining a default loop. Since Directory Builder instantly inserts and updates posts/listings without refreshing the page, the plugin needs to know what […]

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When you purchased Directory Builder, you should have been forwarded to a page with a link to a zip file you can download. (Additionally, you should have received an e-mail with the same link.) Click the link to download the zip file. Go to your WordPress site’s Plugin page and click “Add New.” Click on […]

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W3 Directory Builder is a plugin for creating online directories using WordPress. The software allows for a great deal of customization and is integrated with W3Extensons suite of themes and plugins.

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You can use a standard WordPress template (e.g. archive.php, index.php, etc.) or a custom file (e.g. foo.php) to display your search fields and results. In addition to search fields, there are many elements that can be used on your search page. Elements Loop Display area for the loop (search items). Order Input field for adjusting […]

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W3 Search Fields performs complex queries to determine how many matches are associated with a particular term. Also, the fields need to fetch a collection terms from various sources. In order to optimize database requests, while also reducing load time, W3 Search Fields creates a cache of various values so only a few database requests […]

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