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I'm trying to decide on how to organize a new site/theme.

It has the standard sections: Home, About, Contact, Blog but also an (admin-only editable) Knowledgebase/Documentation area.

My first thought was to create a custom post type to separate out the documentation area but it could more easily be done as parent/child pages or even separated out by tag/category in the blog.

Just wondering if anyone has built something like this in the past.

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I would use a custom post type - this is pretty much what they are for. – v0idless Nov 2 '11 at 21:16
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There's the following: http://www.wpbundle.com/demo/knowledgebase/questions/*). To me it looks like only a clever combination of archive display.

You'll have to copy/paste the link to your browser as I don't link to commercial themes from inside answers.

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Thanks for the example, I appreciate it – hhins Nov 3 '11 at 13:10

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