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I have a custom post_type => 'products' wich has a taxonomy => 'product_type' and I have a page that uses a template to display all posts by post_type => 'products'.

Works just fine when I create a PAGE for each post_type/taxonomy template but... I have for example a term named "furniture" (taxonomy => 'product_type'), and I don't want to create a page+template for each term that I'll be adding, it's crazy but seems to be the only way the pagination works on a static page.

So, I can get the first page with the posts of the current term but in the second page forwards to search page and gives me an output with the number os posts (with that term) that I have, that number is correct but it doesn't display my posts!!!

So I'm going crazy to figure out a way to make it work, god!! I have custom permalinks (only the postname)...

I've seen almost all topics os taxonomy pagination, nothings works for me... I'm really desperate, please help...

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closed as too localized by toscho Dec 18 '12 at 23:46

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