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I have a wordpress site and I am adding gallery images for artists.  When adding a gallery image/post there are other options that were included in the template by default.  ie.  Date, Client, Info, URL, etc.. see screenshot.  I think these are custom fields.  How do I add other custom fields as the current ones are not relevant.  I want to add size, canvas and price.

Screenshot of the Portfolio/custom fields section.
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Those custom fields look like they are being set in the theme functions.php file or possibly as part of the page template code instead of the normal custom fields metaboxes in the edit screen. You'll have to go through those files to be sure.
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