In WordPress, custom fields allow you to add additional pieces of information to a post or page. These fields can be used to store any type of data, such as images, text, or numbers.

To display a custom field value on a WordPress page or post, you can use the following code snippet:

<?php $name =get_post_custom_values("Name");?>//Key name should be same in custom filed

<?php echo $name[0];?>//print the custom filed

This code uses the get_post_custom_values() function to retrieve the value of a custom field with the key “Name”. The get_post_custom_values() function takes a single argument, which is the key of the custom field to retrieve. In this case, the function will retrieve the value of the “Name” custom field.

The value of the custom field is stored in an array, so we use the [0] index to get the first (and in this case, only) element in the array. The value of the custom field is then displayed using the echo function.

It’s important to note that the key name of the custom field must be specified correctly in the get_post_custom_values() function. In this case, the key name is “Name”, so make sure to use the correct key name for your custom field.

This code can be useful if you want to display the value of a custom field on a WordPress page or post. For example, you might use this code to display a person’s name or a product price on a page or post.

I hope this code snippet helps you to display custom field values in WordPress. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact us.