August 15, 2012

Remove Page and Post Write Panel Features

Ever heard of Custom Write Panels? Basically, you can add or remove meta boxes (a.k.a. writing ‘features’) for different post types. For example, with the powerful CustomPress plugin (as with some other custom post type tools), you have these feature options…

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