Here's how I define the CPT:
$args = array( 'labels' => $labels, 'public' => FALSE, 'show_ui' => TRUE, 'capability_type' => SNG_CAP_SUPPORT, 'hierarchical' => FALSE, 'supports' => array( 'title', 'editor' ), 'menu_icon' => SNG_PLUGIN_URL . '/images/admin-support.png', 'rewrite' => FALSE, 'has_archive' => FALSE ); register_post_type( SNG_SUPPORT_POSTTYPE, $args );
Basically when a user creates a post of this post_type there's a success message that says "view this post" which leads to the front end of my site mysite.com/?sng-support=test-8. I want to remove this message and link but I'm not looking for a CSS fix. There MUST be a way to make this work? I tried playing with the args and I can't seem to figure out what I'm doing wrong...
Essentially I don't want the posts to be accessible from the URL or the front end unless I specifically query for them.
I appreciate any help! :)