WordPress 3.3 was just released, and now, just about 24 hours later, Easy Content Types has gotten an upgrade to fix a couple of bugs present in 3.3. Most notably, the rich editor in meta boxes was completely broken in 3.3, if using Easy Content Types 2.3.6 or earlier. Along with the rich editor bug, Easy Content Types has also received quite a few other small bug fixes, but that’s not what I really want to talk about here. Instead, I’d like to introduce the newest feature to join ECPT’s forces: repeatable meta fields.
Repeatable fields have been the single most requested feature I’ve ever had for Easy Content Types. Essentially, a repeatable field is one that can be, wait for it, repeated, over and over again. They act like regular text inputs, but instead of being limited to one field, you can easily add as many as you want, from inside the post editor. This makes your meta box suddenly a lot more flexible.
Check out a demonstration of the repeatable fields and an explanation of some of the new features / upgrades in Easy Content Types 2.3.7: