Piklist makes it radically easy to add metaboxes and fields to your posts, pages or custom post types. In this tutorial, we will create a metabox that includes three fields, select, text and ColorPicker, for standard posts.
Insert a subtitle filed to the Post screen
To add some style to your excerpts, you can easily add a WYSIWYG editor to your excerpt box.
Custom Post Statuses are at the heart of any web application built with WordPress, and Piklist makes it easy for you to implement them.
Using Piklist, you can easily hide some meta boxes when a certain page template is selected in WordPress
Piklist allows you to lock a field value (making it read-only), when the post status changes. A perfect example of this is if you want to lock post meta once a post is published.
Add some extra power to your Post Types by registering them the Piklist way.
With web applications and powerful websites, there will be times you want to only show a metabox or metafield when a post is in a particular post status.