How will anyone know what the field is for?
The simple answer is, they don’t need to.
Why? Because I know what it is for.
For example, I have 1000 custom posts that all need a value.
It is much easier to add this value on the front end. Otherwise I have to open, change and update each individual post in the back-end which would take forever.
As I know what the field does, a title and long instruction field offer nothing but clutter.
I’d even recommend down the line you add a filed_instructions/field_title = false to the array options.
Thanks for the help, but for now, I’ve just removed them via css. I just don’t like loading stuff I don’t use.
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