I’m new to WordPress development, so apologies if this is a simple matter.
I have created several custom post types and I want to let users add/edit content from the front end. I thought it’s easy. Just call wp_editor() with your post ID and it will know which type of controls to display (I am using Advanced Custom Fields), but it seems like wp_editor() displays a simple text box for each post, regardless of the post type. I know there are heaps of plug-ins that claim they can let users edit posts from the front-end, but I much prefer to have the built-in editor appear on the front end. Is there another function I can call in place of wp_editor() that I am missing?
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