USP Pro Tuts
USP Pro provides an option to automatically display submitted images (located under the Uploads tab). It works great for most cases, but it may be necessary to customize things to suit your needs. This quick tutorial explains a technique that can be used to display a custom loop of images via your theme template.
USP Pro version 3.6 and better uses Selectize to display select/dropdown fields in a more stylish, user-friendly way. As of USP Pro 3.7, the Selectize script applies to the Category and Tag fields, as well as any select/dropdown custom fields.
One of the most common questions I get is “why aren’t my custom fields showing in my WordPress?” And living by the rule of not repeating myself, here is a post that explains some things to check if the Custom Fields meta box is not showing on the Edit Post screen of your WordPress-powered site.
USP Pro makes it easy to use your lightbox script to display submitted images. This quick tutorial explains the steps. Estimated reading time is about 15 minutes.
Quick tutorial explaining how to allow users to include the target attribute (or any attribute) when submitting WordPress posts with USP Pro. Estimated reading time about 5 minutes.
As of version 3.4, USP Pro can be customized to include a “Non-USP” button to filter non-submitted posts on the Posts screen in the WordPress Admin Area. This quick tutorial shows how to enable it.
USP Pro disables HTML tags in submitted post content. This is a security measure, but it is easily enabled via the Post Formatting setting. There you can allow any HTML tags you wish. By default, there is a predefined set of default attributes that may be added to each allowed HTML tag. This post dips […]
USP Pro enables users to submit post content. When the Visual/RTE/TinyMCE Editor is enabled on the Post Content (or Post Excerpt) field, enabled users can insert images and other files via the “Add Media” button. In order to do this, image tags <img /> must be enabled via the Post Formatting setting. This quick tutorial […]