If i use wp_insert_post like that:
wp_insert_post(array('post_title' => 'some title', 'post_status' => 'draft', 'meta_input' => array( '_pf_mainphone' => $pro_phone ),'tax_input' => array( 'places_taxonomy' => $_POST["npf_newpro_places"], 'protags' => $_POST["npf_newpro_tags"],)));
And let's suppose that the
_pf_mainphone isn't a real custom field (there isn't such a custom field in my installation / setup...).
The Question is will it write something to database or will it just ignore this part of the code?
The Reason i ask this (although i think it's not really necessary for answering the question) is:
I want to code a function that will that will take each field in a long form and set it's value to be the value of custom field with the same name as the field's name attribute, and there are 2 (out of 34) fields that don't exists as custom fields (i use another function for another purpose with them...).