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I have 4 custom fields created with a database key of “url”. I just created a listing as a new user where I have made only 2 of these fields available during listing creation. I entered a url of “http://example.com”.
When viewing the listing, under the “Details” tab, I see all 4 custom fields, each with a link to “Visit Link Here”. I should only see 2.
Also, they ALL link to the same url.
What’s going on?
I suspect that the database keys can’t all be “url” as I have them now, but would that explain the showing of all 4 fields as opposed to just the 2 I intend to show?
all databse keys need to be unique, so ensure each is unique and not used already by something else.
I have made the database keys unique and the issue is solved:)
In which table in the database I create ❓
Look in the theme options—>Listing Setup—>Custom Fields. When you create a custom field, you assign it a database key (Db Key).
So, when I create custom fields for Twitter, facebook, website links I created a unique key for each one like this:
Twitter = twitter_url
FB = facebook_url
Website = website_url
thanks for helping Adam
Great, What are the key existing Db ❓
Arlindo, I don’t understand what you’re asking. Can you please rephrase your question?
Sorry, I’m using google translator…
Trying to correct the sentence: What are the existing terms for DB Key? When I put ‘price’ field appeared in the demo site!
From what I understand, this is what is supposed to happen. When you create a custom field, it’s supposed to be displayed on the listing details for users to fill out when creating a listing.
When they fill in the content of that custom field and save the listing, it will show to the public.
Are you trying to set the price for your listing package? If so, that is done in the “Listing Packages” tab, not the custom fields tab.
The field has managed to fix the price, I thought there was a pre-defined list of Db Key. 😛