Description

With Piklist you can easily create user meta sections.

You can create as many files as you like and place them in this folder. Each file will render one user meta section.

Configuration options are placed in a comment block at the top of your file.

Your user files go in the /users folder.

Comment Block Parameters

User capability that can view this group of fields. This is not the “minimum” capability, this is the actual capability. Do not include if you wish to allow all users to view. ** Do not use with “role”. Use one or the other.
Input:  comma-delimited
Returns:  array
Default:  whatever is set in register_post_type
Examples:  Capability: edit_posts Capability: edit_posts, edit_others_posts
A description of this section. This field doesn’t do anything except add a description for you.
Input:  string
Returns:  string
Input:  comma-delimited
Returns:  array
Show this metabox when creating a new post.
Input:  boolean
Returns:  boolean
Default:  true
The sort order of this group of fields, within the context and priority. Allows for creating an absolute order of field groups. NOTE: If the "lock" attribute is not set, or set to "false", then the order you set is the default. The user can still drag and drop the metaboxes and take them out of your designated order.
Input:  numeric
Returns:  numeric
Examples:  1 12
User role that can view this group of fields. This is not the “minimum” role, this is the actual role . Do not include if you wish to allow all users to view. ** Do not use with “capability”. Use one or the other.
Input:  comma-delimited
Returns:  array
Values:  Any user role
Examples:  Role: administrator Role: administrator, editor
If a Workflow and a Tab have already been defined, use this parameter to assign this field group to a sub-tab of a Tab.
Input:  comma-delimited
Returns:  array
Examples:  basic basic, tab one
If a Workflow has been defined, use this parameter to assign this field group to a specific Tab.
Input:  comma-delimited
Returns:  array
Examples:  General General, Advanced
Title of the section.
Input:  string
Returns:  string