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Adding Frontend Options

Show custom options with setting fields on Front pages
Declare Custom Options
First, you need to declare Options Setup like shown below:
Setup ARRAY structure is the same as Page Options. But it doesn't use filter hook.
add_filter( 'wpcfto_get_frontend_settings', 'my_custom_setup', 100 );
function my_custom_setup( $setups ) {
$setups[] = = array(
/*
* Here we specify option name. It will be a key for storing in wp_options table
*/
'option_name' => 'my_awesome_settings',
'title' => esc_html__('Theme options', 'my-domain'),
'sub_title' => esc_html__('by StylemixThemes', 'my-domain'),
'logo' => 'https://s3.envato.com/files/235051023/avatar-80x80.png',
/*
* Next we add a page to display our awesome settings.
* All parameters are required and same as WordPress add_menu_page.
*/
'page' => array(
'page_title' => 'Awesome Settings'
),
/*
* And Our fields to display on a page. We use tabs to separate settings on groups.
*/
'fields' => array(
// Even single tab should be specified
'tab_1' => array(
// And its name obviously
'name' => esc_html__('Tab 1', 'my-domain'),
'fields' => array(
// Field key and its settings. Full info about fields read in documentation.
'awesome_1' => array(
'type' => 'text',
'label' => esc_html__('Awesome Field label', 'my-domain'),
'value' => 'Awesome default value',
),
'awesome_2' => array(
'type' => 'text',
'label' => esc_html__('Awesome Field label 2', 'my-domain'),
'value' => 'Awesome default value 2',
),
)
),
/*
* Other tabs you can add below
*/
....
)
);
return $setups;
}
Render Options
In order to show options on Front templates, you need to call WPCFTO_Front_Settings::render() function with $option_name parameter on your frontend template:
if ( class_exists( 'WPCFTO_Front_Settings' ) ) {
WPCFTO_Front_Settings::render( 'my_awesome_settings' );
}