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Where did these Page/Post option fields go?

Posted on 2011-03-17
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I'm confused. I'm making a new WP theme and am wondering why on both the Page and Post admin pages I'm missing all of those options (like custom fields) that used to appear below the area where you paste in your content. I've attached a screenshot of what it looks like on my old admin page. Is it because it's a newer version of WP? Are these setting somewhere else now?
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Jason C. Levine earned 500 total points
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Hi tekgrl,

As of 3.1, those are hidden by default to simplify the interface.  Scroll up to the top and click the Screen Options button at the top right of the screen and you can enable or disable each section.  
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Thanks!
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