IntelliWidget Custom Fields
There are six custom data fields to further customize the behavior of IntelliWidgets. They affect the way this page/post appears when included in an IntelliWidget, not the widget itself. All of these values can be edited using the “IntelliWidget Custom Fields” Meta Box. If no value is selected, the postmeta data is removed from the post to reduce overhead.
This value is examined when using the “Exclude Future posts” and “Only Future posts” options. It is also the date displayed by templates that implement “the_intelliwidget_date” and “get_the_intelliwidget_date” functions.
This value is examined when using the “Exclude Expired Posts” and “Only future events” options. See Using IntelliWidget Date Features.
If you want the title of this post to appear diffently in menus and other lists, enter the alternative title here. This value automatically overrides the main title.
If you want this post to link out to an external web page, you can specify it here. This value automatically overrides the post’s permalink value. This is particularly useful when using the Menu template to mimic the WordPress built-in Custom Menu functionality. Note: Do not forget to include
'http://'in your URL.
If the post title requires a specific class (e.g., Facebook Icon), you can add it here. Important: Separate multiple classes with spaces, not commas.
If you want this post to open a new window or other behavior, you can select it here.
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