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I'm using Yoast's WordPress SEO plugin for a variety of websites. In setting title tag templates with his %%category%% syntax, I've figured out that you can reference custom fields by using %%cf_<custom_field_name>%%.

What I haven't been able to figure out is how to reference custom taxonomies. Within a custom post type, I have a category that I want to reference (i.e. customcategory). If I try adding %%customcategory%%, it doesn't work. Does anyone know if this is possible with the WordPress SEO plugin or point me in the right direction if I need to add a function to work with the plugin?

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Any luck on trying to figure this out? –  user14164 Mar 15 '12 at 1:25

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You can set a filter for the title element’s content – hook 'wp_title' – and add any data you want to it. See this answer for an example.

On archives use get_queried_object() to detected the taxonomy, on singular views (posts, pages, custom post types) the global $post is available.

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Did you try %%ct_%% ? For me its working when added to post titles.

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This seems like more of a request for more information than an answer. At least provide more detail if you can. –  s_ha_dum Jun 3 '13 at 13:03

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