Is it possible to change content in a "p" tag or "img" tag in my custom php template file, without going into code editor of the php file.

For example: If I give the website over to the client, they may not have the skillset to updated the php file, but it will be easier for them to update the content in Wordpress Dashboard.

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    Yes, you can put that text in a post meta if it's per page or an option if it's global to the site and then set up something on the dashboard to edit it. (I think this is easy to do with ACF but it's been a while since I used it, and plenty of other options are available, including writing the admin page for this yourself.) – Rup May 12 at 19:13
  • Is it just a custom template or a full on custom theme you built, because you could add stuff like this as options for the client to manage. – Tony Djukic May 13 at 0:09
  • @rup Thank you so much, I'll have a look into this :) – Anrich Vigus May 13 at 6:51
  • @TonyDjukic It's an Elementor theme, but I had to build a custom wordpress blog system – Anrich Vigus May 13 at 6:52
  • So did you build it as a custom plugin? And why would you need a custom WordPress Blog System for WordPress? – Tony Djukic May 13 at 16:40


Look into Custom Fields, or use the excellent Advanced Custom Fields plugin as Rup mentioned

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