We’re happy to announce that the newest version of Conductor is here! Today, we’re introducing the Conductor REST API, AJAX in Conductor Widgets, and a front-end Filtering add-on. We are also releasing a bunch of other enhancements and bug fixes to most of our other add-ons.
While Conductor doesn’t support it out of the box, there are some great plugins that can help! In this video I’ll show you how to use Hide This plugin to hide a table of Gravity Forms entries, to logged in users only. If you’re looking for a more robust membership plugin to manage users, you might look to Paid Memberships Pro, for more options.
Enjoy the video tutorial below.
We’re pumped to announce the new Gravity Forms add-on for the Conductor toolkit!
From day one, Conductor has always been about displaying content in your WordPress database. We started with a posts and pages, then set our sights on custom post types & custom fields. Some time later, we released the Easy Digital Downloads & WooCommerce add-ons.
As we continue to improve Conductor for our customers, we wanted to find a way for potential new customers to experience the plugin, without having to purchase it.
While you have a 14-day money-back guarantee, sometimes you need to try before you buy — we get that. Since Conductor plugin isn’t in the WordPress.org repo (yet), the best place to download a copy for evaluation is our Github account.
In today’s video, we’ll take a look at finding Conductor on Github, and running through your first example query!
We’ve been working hard during the past few months to add some exciting features to Conductor and Note. We’re happy to announce that both were just updated to version 1.3.0 and they are packed full of improvements and new features.
We’re excited to announce the general release of our Easy Digital Downloads add-on for Conductor.
This add-on enables users to create comprehensive landing pages, storefronts and marketing pages for their Easy Digital Downloads products. Easy create custom layouts to showcase your products without having to write a line of code. Visualize your page build out in the WordPress customizer and save changes as you make them.
Note version 1.2 is now available on WordPress.org. Get it now.
There are some great features that are introduced in this version which make the core plugin and our Conductor plugin even better. To celebrate the 1.2 release, we’re offering a 20% off discount when you upgrade to Conductor Business and above. You can use the code: ELCAPITAN20 to save 20% off your order.
Let’s explore what you can do with with Note 1.2!
WordPress is a great solution for creating directory websites.
Contrary to popular belief, directory sites can be delivered in more flavors than just a Yelp knock-off. A lot of the agency work we produce is focused around displaying content across a website or intranet for content publishers. We often see this delivered in the form of a Geo site that requires a display of local businesses in their area, but it can also be for many types of content.
A variety of use cases for directory pages could be team pages, custom e-commerce inventory listings, membership listings, sponsorship pages, or even restaurant food menus! You have a common custom post type (CPT) and it has associated custom fields holding unique pieces of content that go beyond the standard editor text area.
In today’s lesson, we’re going to learn how we can build a simple directory page layout using Conductor and the Pods framework. Let’s get started!
Online publications don’t have quite the same needs as other websites.
These sites require special considerations to best meet the needs of the site’s audience. With content changing daily or even hourly, it’s vital for online publications to have fast, well designed sites to beat out their competition.
Most of these sites struggle to find the perfect balance of profit while building a larger loyal reader base. It’s up to the design and development agencies they work with to anticipate these struggles and create the ideal online home for their client’s publication.