This is a series of examples of using the WordPress Airpress plugin by Chester McLaughlin. The plugin released in January 2017 provides for automated and manual operation to pull data from Airtable databases.
These example pages demonstrate simple applications of manual operation. By ‘manual’ Chester means code that runs explicitly on page load rather than code that runs under Airpress automation. The first two posts provide steps for setting up your Airtable account and demo database, plus the Airpress plugin in WordPress. They are followed by several examples of displaying Airtable data in pages and posts. Examples show how the PHP code can be injected into the edit box, or from a PHP include file, or from a WordPress template file.