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I'm developing a theme for newspaper. For some new fields like: Top Sub Heading, Bottom Sub Heading, Reporter's Name etc., I implemented custom fields (For a handy use of custom fields, I used the "Advanced Custom Fields" plugin - that's not an issue)

So now, for a site editor the WordPress editing fields are like the following images, scattered in different places: enter image description here

We know the WordPress editing panel is by default like:

<input type="text" name="post_title" size="30" value="" id="title">
<textarea class="wp-editor-area" cols="40" name="content" id="content" aria-hidden="true"></textarea>
<input type="submit" name="publish" id="publish" value="Publish" accesskey="p">

I want to rearrange the input fields in a way that, I can put them in a common place serially like:

  1. *Categories <select><option></option></select>
  2. Top-Sub Title (my custom field input field) <input type="text"/>
  3. *Post/News Title <input type="text"/>
  4. Bottom Sub Title (my custom field input field) <input type="text"/>
  5. Reporter (my custom field input field) <input type="text"/>
  6. *Post/News Description <textarea><textarea/>

* WordPress default editor fields

So that it would look like:

I want to rearrange the editing panel's input fields

Is that possible?

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"Is that possible?" ... depends on what the "Advanced Custom Fields"-plugin can deliver. But in general: Yes. So, what's the actual question aside from this? –  kaiser Jun 26 '13 at 9:29
    
It's not actually a plugins related question. I want to sort 'em out - that's it. If that can be possible, then I won't use any plugin, I will make some input fields and make them feasible for associated custom fields. Then no plugins will be required. Na? Thank you for your attention @kaiser. –  Mayeenul Islam Jun 26 '13 at 9:39
    
So is your question "how do I do this without using the Advanced Custom Fields plugin"? –  TheDeadMedic Jun 26 '13 at 11:24
    
I mentioned about Advanced Custom Fields Plugin because it made for me a good looking editor panel - that's it. There is no connection with the plugin with my question. :) –  Mayeenul Islam Jun 26 '13 at 11:31
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You should totally drop all that and try jquery instead :) Could work! On the other hand, to put your own meta boxes after the Title field, use the hook edit_form_after_title. –  brasofilo Jul 4 '13 at 23:29

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