CubeWP is the dynamic content framework for WordPress that helps you build advanced websites without any coding.
CubeWP’s framework lets you create dynamic data structures for your WordPress website using custom post types and taxonomies.
Choose from over 25 custom field types—like galleries, repeatable fields, or geo-location—and structure content around your unique needs.
With all this customization right at your fingertips, you’ll be able to organize site elements for super-efficient content management.
Use custom taxonomies and fields to organize your website’s content.
Thanks to the Frontend Form Builders, you can create user registration and profile forms for different user roles—like administrators, editors, and contributors.
Enable advanced custom search forms and filters to help visitors quickly search and browse content on your website.
Best of all, CubeWP lets you create, modify, and manage dynamic layouts and forms, giving you total control over your content.
Choose from basic or advanced custom fields to organize your content.
Thanks to the Frontend Dynamic Layout Manager, you can build front-end user dashboards and create layouts for custom post types.
Whip up layouts for search, registration, login, profiles, and dashboard pages using the CubeWP shortcodes anywhere.
You can use Elementor dynamic tags to create single-post templates, even with Elementor Free. And there are also shortcodes available to set up archive page templates.
Build different types of site forms with an intuitive drag-and-drop builder.
With CubeWP, you get everything you need for peer-to-peer messaging, lead generation, online payments, social media integration, email verification, and more!
You’ll be able to boost campaigns, manage files, and generate location-based results right from the platform.
This platform is perfect for loads of use cases, including building product catalogs, managing rentals, and reviewing software.
Custom post type
Enable P2P messaging, lead gen, reviews, and ratings for your posts.
Finding the perfect theme, layout, and structure for your site shouldn’t feel like you’re in a weird version of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears.” (“It took her how long to get it right?!”)