Category: Tutorials

Adding a Google Map to games

Showing information before a game happens is great. But what about if you could show a Google Map to show where the game is taking place?

Customizing game preview information

The game preview areas are likely an area that you’re going to want to customize on your site. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to do.

Getting your data ready to be imported to Sports Bench

Sports Bench makes it easy to enter in stats for games in your league. But what if you have a lot of data from previous seasons that you need to upload?

How to customize the game recap information

The game information section of the game recap is a pretty important part of the Sports Bench experience. But if you’re good with stats or just want to add and/or remove stats, you might want to change them. Fortunately, there’s a way to do that.

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How to use multiple sports at once with multisite

Sports Bench is only to run one sport on a site? But what if you wanted to run more than one sport one your site? There’s WordPress multisite for that.

Adding a modal for a playoff series

Playoff series in the brackets page/shortcode show who’s winning the series. But what if you want to show more information? With modals, you can.

Adding a modal for a game

You can show a lot of needed information for games that are scheduled or that have finished. But what about games that are currently in progress. With Sports Bench you can add modals to show more info about games in progress.

How to edit the stats output

Stats are a big part of any sports leagues. They’re a great way to tell who’s the best player. Sports Bench has default ways to show stats, but you can easily customize them.

How to edit the output of the standings

Standings are an important part of any league. Sports Bench comes prepackaged with standings ready to go, but sometimes you might want to make some changes to them. Fortunately, the standings are easy to customize.