Copy discount code:

croco b-day main image left part croco b-day main image center part croco b-day main image right part
Expires In
croco b-day left image
croco b-day right image

Help Center

How to Use Stackable WordPress Plugin with JetEngine

How to Use Stackable WordPress Plugin with JetEngine

This tutorial will teach you how to integrate JetEngine dynamic data with the Stackable plugin on your WordPress website.

Before you start, check the tutorial requirements:

There is an excellent opportunity to display the WordPress dynamic data you add with the JetEngine plugin in the Stackable design templates. Let’s find out how to do it in several steps.

Add JetEngine Meta Box

Head to WordPress Dashboard > JetEngine > Meta Boxes and hit the “Add New” button to build a new meta box.

jetengine meta boxes section

Complete the General Settings tab paying attention to the Meta Box for the field where you can specify the meta box source.

Things to know

You can set the meta box source for Users, Posts, or Taxonomies.

Also, set the Visibility Conditions if needed.

add new meta box general settings and visibility conditions

Scroll down to the Meta Fields tab and add new fields by pressing the “New Meta Field” button.

meta fields tab in the meta box

Adjust as many fields as you need and click the “Add Meta Box” button to save the result.

posts meta box meta fields

Display Meta Fields with Stackable Blocks

Open the source items in your WordPress Dashboard. Now, for instance, we selected usual WordPress Posts as the source. So, we go to WordPress Dashboard > Posts and open one of the posts created earlier or press the “Add New” button to create a new post. 

wordpress posts

Here you will spot the tab with the created meta box and its meta fields. Complete them with the desired values and press the “Publish/Update” button.

meta fields in the wordpress post

Navigate to the WordPress Dashboard > Pages directory and click the “Add New” button.

wordpress pages add new button

Place the Stackable Design Library on the page and hit the “Open Design Library” button to find the desired blocks option.

open design library button

Add any Stackable block you think is suitable for the page.

stackable design library team template

Select the text you want to change into the meta fields data and click on the “Dynamic Fields” button.

dynamic fields in block editor

Pick the needed option as the Dynamic Source

As we have selected “Other Posts,” the Posts/Pages field appears. Here we choose the same post we need.

Select the needed Field by scrolling down to the JetEngine section and pressing the “Apply” button.

setting dynamic fields

Adjust all the other fields you need accordingly.

completed stackable block

Image block

Settings location differs a little for the Image block. You can find the Dynamic Content icon in the Image panel of the block Style tab. Click it to set the dynamic image.

dynamic fields button in image block

Set the needed values in the customization fields to get the result.

Press the “Publish” button to make the page live.

image block dynamic fields settings

Show JetEngine Meta Fields in Query Loop

Another way to use the meta fields with Stackable is dynamic data in the Query Loop block. Go to the post you have created, place the Query Loop on the page, and the desired design with the Design Library inside it.

Then follow the steps we have taken before — press the “Dynamic Fields” button and find the needed meta field in the Field list. Don’t forget to click the “Apply” button.

dynamic content in query loop block

Then work on other fields if needed and update the post.

query loop block in the post

Build Meta Fields for Taxonomies

Also, you can display the Taxonomy of the post. Firstly, make sure you have created a taxonomy.

Then head to the needed post and add any Stackable block. Find the “Dynamic Fields” button and adjust the following settings.

Select “Current Post” as a Dynamic Source and pick the “Post Taxonomy” Field. As well, choose the needed Taxonomy Type and Display Option.

display jetengine taxonomy with stackable

That’s it; now you know all the integration features available with JetEngine and Stackable for your WordPress website customization.

Was this article helpful?

Need help?

Ask Facebook community

Get answers from 22K Crocoblock Community experts from all over the world.

Start a live chat

Ask question to support agent and share its details via chat messages.