Edit Custom Fields

Description

This plugin offers a simple interface to edit or delete any Custom Field names/keys you may have created in the post/page editor.

Deleting a Custom Field also deletes the associated content, so use with caution!

This is not meant to be a powerful plugin in the vein of Advanced Custom Fields.

Only users with role Editor and above have access to this plugin.

Installation

  1. Upload edit-custom-fields.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

Reviews

14 September 2020
Plugin does exactly what it should do. Very easy to use - perfect! I love it!
26 August 2020
Very good plugin, I've installed plugins in the past that has not deleted the custom fields and left traces behind. This plugin saved me a huge job of having to go to each post and delete the values manually. Can confirm working great on the latest version of WordPress in 2020
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Contributors & Developers

“Edit Custom Fields” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Change log

0.1.4

  • Fixed regression from 0.1.2 onward that broke plugin when custom field key was
    used in multiple posts.

0.1.3

  • Removed broken function that broke 0.1.2
  • Fixed some Markdown formatting errors in readme.

0.1.2

  • DUH: Allowed for db table prefixes other than wp_ :self-flagellates:
  • Embarrasing typo on “Confirm Custom Field Deleteion” screen :S
  • Querying by ID now rather than key so that keys with spaces work smh

0.1.1

Fixed the stable tag in the readme.txt file.

0.1

Initial release.