WordPress Custom Bulk/Quick Edit Premium Plugin

Through Custom Bulk/Quick Edit Premium, you can easily add text, checkbox, color, date, radio, single and multiple select, and textarea inputs fields to edit post meta within the bulk edit and quick edit screens for custom post types, pages, and posts. Further, you can enable editing of category and tag taxonomies that don’t normally appear.

Next, taxonomy, checkbox, radio, and select fields have the option to be reset, as in remove current options during bulk editing. This is very helpful when you want to mass reset or remove information.

Custom Bulk/Quick Edit Premium automatically detects custom fields that use the manage_{$post_type}_posts_columns filter to display additional columns on the edit screen. Therefore, unless it’s already configured, your theme’s functions.php file will have to modified to add custom field columns. See Usage below for implementation details.

Video Introduction

Read Usage and Frequently Asked Questions below to get started.

Primary Premium Features

  • Adds float, integer, and user inputs
  • API of actions and filters
  • Auto-suggest for bulk and quick edit taxonomy entries
  • Bulk edit post dates
  • Color input with color picker
  • Date and time input with datetime picker
  • Date input with date picker
  • Disable donate references
  • Easily remove or replace category and taxonomy relations
  • Edit excerpts and titles
  • Multiple select selector
  • Performance minded – Plugin automatically loads when needed
  • Prevents editing of common and static fields like cb, id, author, etc.
  • Remove specific category and tag entries
  • Sample configurations provided as needed
  • Save post handler can be customized for your needs.
  • Setting options export/import
  • Settings screen
  • Supports WordPress’s own taxonomy handlers for category and tag relations
  • Unset checkbox, radio, and select values during bulk edit
  • View category and tag relations on edit screen columns
  • Works with Custom Post Types
  • Works with posts and pages
  • Works with Edit Flow‘s checkbox, location, paragraph, and text types
  • Works with WooCommerce 2.1.0+ custom attributes and product types

Add Ons

  • Edit Flow – Date (Premium required), number, and user types
  • WordPress SEO – Modify WordPress SEO options via bulk and quick edit panels

Settings

Post

  • Enable “Title”? – Enable editing of post_type’ title.
  • Enable “Excerpt”? – Enable editing of post_type’ excerpt.
  • Edit “TBD” taxonomy? – Force making TBD an editable taxonomy field like checked categories or free-text tags.
    • No
    • No, but enable column view (view the column on the admin edit screen)
    • Like categories
    • Like tags
  • Reset “TBD” Relations? – During bulk editing, easily remove all of the TBD’s prior relationships and add new.
  • Enable “Date”? – Enable bulk editing of post_type’ date
  • Enable “Custom Field”? – As checkbox, radio, select, input, or textarea
  • “Custom Field” Configuration – You may create options formatted like “the-key|Supremely, Pretty Values” seperated by newlines.
    • Example configuration 1 Two 3|Three four|Four, and forty five five-five|55

Pages

See Post.

Reset

  • Export Settings – These are your current settings in a serialized format. Copy the contents to make a backup of your settings.
  • Import Settings – Paste new serialized settings here to overwrite your current configuration.
  • Remove Plugin Data on Deletion? – Delete all Custom Bulk/Quick Edit data and options from database on plugin deletion
  • Reset to Defaults? – Check this box to reset options to their defaults

Premium

  • License Key – Required to enable premium plugin updating. Activation is automatic. Use 0 to deactivate.
  • Disable Donate Text? – Remove “If you like…” text with the donate and premium purchase links from the settings screen.

Doesn’t Work For You?

No problem, get a 100% refund and keep the software. Your license for support and updates will be revoked though.

Installation

Requirements

Install Methods

  • Download custom-bulkquick-edit-premium.zip locally
    • Through WordPress Admin > Plugins > Add New
    • Click Upload
    • “Choose File” custom-bulkquick-edit.zip
    • Click “Install Now”
  • Download and unzip custom-bulkquick-edit-premium.zip locally
    • Using FTP, upload directory custom-bulkquick-edit-premium to your website’s /wp-content/plugins/ directory

Activation Options

  • Activate the “Custom Bulk/Quick Edit Premium” plugin after uploading
  • Activate the “Custom Bulk/Quick Edit Premium” plugin through WordPress Admin > Plugins

License Activation

  1. Set the license key through WordPress Admin > Settings > Custom Bulk/Quick, Premium tab, License Key field
  2. License key activation is automatic upon clicking “Save Changes”

Usage

  1. Read “How do I add custom columns to my edit page?
  2. Read “How do you configure options?
  3. Read “Where can I find working samples?
  4. Select the post, page, and custom post type attributes to enable through WordPress Admin > Settings > Custom Bulk/Quick
  5. Once you select ‘Show’ a configuration panel will open. Leave this blank as upon save, the proper configuration will be loaded.
  6. Click “Save Changes”
  7. Review and revise newly populated configuration options
  8. Click “Save Changes”
  9. Use edit page Bulk or Quick Edit panels as normal

Upgrading

  • Through WordPress
    • Via WordPress Admin > Dashboard > Updates, click “Check Again”
    • Select plugins for update, click “Update Plugins”
  • Using FTP
    • Download and unzip custom-bulkquick-edit-premium.zip locally
    • Upload directory custom-bulkquick-edit-premium to your website’s /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    • Be sure to overwrite your existing custom-bulkquick-edit-premium folder contents

Frequently Asked Questions

Most Common Resolutions

  1. How do I add custom columns to my edit page?
  2. Where can I find working samples?
  3. How do you configure options?

Frequently Asked Questions

Most Common Issues

Still Stuck or Want Something Done? Get Support!

  1. Knowledge Base – read and comment upon frequently asked questions
  2. Open Issues – review and submit bug reports and enhancement requests
  3. Support on WordPress – ask questions and review responses
  4. E-mail support@aihr.us for personalized assistance
  5. Contribute Code
  6. Beta Testers Needed – provide feedback and direction to plugin development

Screenshots

  1. Post Edit Page – Columns showing values by input type
  2. Custom Post Type Quick Edit with job title & excerpts
  3. Posts Bulk Edit with job title & excerpts
  4. Testimonials Custom Post Type tab – Custom Bulk/Quick Edit Settings panel
  5. Bulk Edit with Date Selector
  6. Testimonials Custom Post Type Edit Page
  7. Posts Tab – Custom Bulk/Quick Edit Settings panel
  8. Premium Tab – Custom Bulk/Quick Edit Settings panel
  9. Post Quick Edit – Full configured options

Changelog

See Changelog

Upgrade Notice

1.5.0

  • Custom Bulk/Quick Edit‘ plugin is NOT required to be installed and activated prior to installing and activating ‘Custom Bulk/Quick Edit Premium’.

1.3.0

0.0.1

  • Initial release

Notes

TBD

API

Localization

You can translate this plugin into your own language if it’s not done so already. The localization file custom-bulkquick-edit-premium.pot can be found in the languages folder of this plugin. After translation, please send the localized file for plugin inclusion.

How do I localize?


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12 Comments on "WordPress Custom Bulk/Quick Edit Premium Plugin"

  • Rob Butz

    Hey Airhus,

    Is it possible that the premium version of the plugin can work like a categories migrator? The out-of-the-box WordPress Bulk Editor only allows you to *add* taxonomy terms for your selection of custom post types… not remove them. This is becoming a big pain for a client.

    Even if you had to do it in two steps it (add new category, then remove previous category), it would be great.

    If not, any chance of a modification coming up soon to do that? :)

    Cheers

    Rob

  • Dan

    I’m also looking for the mentioned feature to use with WooCommerce products. I’m seeing discussions at WordPress.org about this and the function might be implemented in the WP core soon, as many people have expressed a need for it. So let’s see what happens. If this paid plugin adds the functionality before it becomes core functionality, I’ll probably buy it.

    /Dan

    • I’ve just released an update today that enables editing WooCommerce product types and custom attributes.

      • Dan

        Sounds great! Just wanna be sure that I understand this correctly. So for whatever WooCommerce products I filter out using built-in or enhanced filtering through another plugin such as Admin Columns Pro, your plugin will enable me to practically move all these products from one category to another (or several other)?

        • You can change category, tags, and such. Give the free version a try on posts to ensure the capability is what you’re looking for.

          http://wordpress.org/plugins/custom-bulkquick-edit/

          • Trace

            Would buy premium in a second if I could figure out how to edit woocommerce custom attributes …. read the docs and didn’t get anywhere … the woocommerce custom attributes do not show up in the settings. If you could make this more intuitive to where it could auto detect custom taxonomies instead of requiring them to be added manually via functions.php, it could be a useful tool for woo stores ….

            T

          • I’m aware that autodetection would be nice and for some configurations, it is. However, with so many variations on how things can be built, it’s not practical.

            In the end, the small amount of coding per https://aihrus.zendesk.com/entries/24800411 is not difficult.

  • Hi Michael,
    I have a question about using your plug in. First off I’m happy to purchase the premium version if it will work for what i want to achieve.

    I’m using Ontraport and their pilot press plugin which allows you to protect content by using a checkbox that shows up on a page or post when you go to the individual page or post edit view.

    In the panel where you can do bulk and quick edits the functionality to check the boxes is not present for the pilot press feature. What is present however is a status that shows you what membership level is currently selected so there is a column for the pilot press plugin, It’s just not editable.

    Because of this, I’m not sure how to configure your plug in or if it would work at all. Not sure if this is a custom post type already.

    Please let me know if you need any additional info to help troubleshoot. Happy to send screen shots or anything else you need.

    Thanks!

    Mike Deiure

    • Mike, thank you for writing me. I’ve not worked with your plugin combination, would you mind creating an admin account for support@aihr.us and let take this discussion there.

      • Mike Deiure

        Cool, I sent you an email with the info.

        Thanks!

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