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I apologize in advance if the answer to this question is already out there some place. I have been searching and trying to find the answer to this specific need and just not finding it.
I have a site that has a bunch of custom fields for events. The app developer is asking that we include a couple of the custom event fields in the RSS and want to sort events by the custom start date field. All plugins for this are outdated and don't seem to work anymore.
The event start dates have a class assigned to them for styling purposes of "info-schedule" and the custom field name is simply "date". They also would like for us to include the custom field "date_description" which is a text field for entering a date span. This has a class assigned to it "info-description".
I was hoping to just write a hook into my child theme's function.php but I really have no idea what to write. Can someone help or point me in the right direction please?http://downtownnola.com/events/
Thank you. Won't I have to keep updating the wp-includes/meta.php file every time I update wordpress if I do it this way? I have way too many wp sites to worry about customized core files. Any other ideas?
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