Conditional Blocks Pros allows you to toggle the visibility of WordPress blocks based on the current Post Meta data.
Post meta, also known as custom fields is data that’s attached to specific posts.
Post Meta (Custom Fields) feature in Conditional Blocks is recommended for developers.
Using Post Meta Condition
We will assume you already know the basics of how WordPress Post Meta works, and that you have custom fields you want to detect.
Firstly when you set the Post Meta condition on a WordPress Block you’ll get the following options.
Post Meta Key
Set the Post Meta Key (name) of the meta field you’d like to check. Each piece of metadata will have a key and a value.
Set your requirements for making the selected WordPress block visible. Conditional Blocks will only make the block visible if the post meta value meets your expectations.
- If Truthy
- If Falsy
- If Empty
- If Not Empty
- If Equals
- If Doesn’t Equal
- If Contains
- If Doesn’t Contain
Post Meta Value (if needed)
What is the expected value of the Post meta? You can specify a word if you are check if the post meta value contains the word.