Using Toolset you add custom post types and fields to your site and visually create:
- custom templates and lists of content
- custom archives
- front-end forms
- post relationships
…and much more.
Many Toolset-based sites are listing and directory sites.
Juanjo Martínez, a WPML client from Spain and his team chose Toolset for their a multilingual website promoting the biggest European reggae festival because of the following reasons:
- They had a lot of content to manage, they could not do without using custom posts and fields.
- These post types needed to be connected via many-to-many relations.
- Contents were supposed to be easy to search.
- They needed to present data on the front-end in various ways.
Richard Jones, a WordPress developer, and Goran Mihailovic a graphic designer, used Toolset to build a multilingual site for a Phuket Plastic Surgery Institute.
“One of the reasons we decided to invest in Toolsets was our previous experience with WPML. One of our websites (www.phuket.net/property/) won a few international awards and it was from that that we decided to go with Toolsets.
It was our first Toolset’s website and the other Toolset components (Views, Types) offered so much power that we felt we could commit to the other Toolset components as well.”
Antonio, a WPML client from Portugal chose Toolset because he needed a multilingual site for a real estate project including:
- a possibility to create custom post types and custom fields
- a possibility to manage relations between properties, property owners and property prospects
- a possibility to display properties in different ways
- a possibility to create custom forms
- a possibility to hide some custom post types from owners and prospects
- a custom search for properties
Toolset is compatible with any theme. Visit Toolset showcase to see what themes are most frequently used.
Visit Toolset documentation to learn more about using WPML to translate sites built with Toolset.