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Dynamic Tags

SeedProd Dynamic Tags allow you to dynamically populate content on your website. These tags provide a way to display dynamic information based on specific contexts, such as posts, archives, pages, authors, comments, and Advanced Custom Fields (ACF). Each dynamic tag includes controls to customize the display by adding Before, After, and Fallback text.

Requirements: The Dynamic Tags controls are available in Pro & Elite license plans.

Post Tags:

  • Post ID – Displays the unique identification number assigned to each post.
  • Post Date – Shows the date when the post was published.
  • Post Time – Displays the time of publishing for the post.
  • Post Title – Displays the title of the post.
  • Post Excerpt – Shows a brief excerpt or summary of the post content.
  • Post Terms – Displays the terms associated with the post.
  • Post Custom Field – Shows custom field values associated with the post.

Archive Tags:

  • Archive Meta – Displays metadata specific to the archive.
  • Archive Description – Shows the description of the archive.
  • Archive Title – Displays the title of the archive.

Site Tags:

  • Page Title – Shows the title of the current page or post.
  • Site Tagline – Displays the tagline of the website.
  • Site Title – Shows the title of the website.
  • Current Date Time – Displays the current date and time.
  • Request Parameter – Helps to display custom request parameters.
  • Shortcode – Allows the use of custom shortcodes.
  • User Info – Displays information about the current user.

Author Tags:

  • Author Info – Shows details about the post author.
  • Author Meta – Displays metadata associated with the author.
  • Author Name – Shows the name of the post author.

Comments Tags:

  • Comments Number – Displays the total number of comments for a post.

ACF Tags:

  • ACF Field – Works with text-based fields retrieved via Advanced Custom Fields (ACF). It helps display custom field values associated with posts.
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