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Use register_post_type() to modify an existing post type

There are lots of situations where a theme or plugin registers a post type and you want to modify it. There is of course add_post_type_support() and remove_post_type_support(), but those don't give ...
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Including post_type = 'wiki' in author archives

For a user with wiki-update permission only, I want to list their wiki articles in the author archive page. Currently, it comes back with "NOT FOUND Apologies, but ...". I am using the Twenty-ten ...
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Gel all image from certain post type

I've found similar questions here, however I can't modify the answers to get images only from a certain post type - as the post type in those examples are "attachment" and not the name of a custom ...
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Is it possible to request several post types from a feed?

If so, how should the query URL be formatted? I've tried: post_type=cat1&post_type=cat2 post_type=cat1,cat2 post_type=cat1+cat2 This bug report says you could use post_type[]=cat1&...
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WP_Query ignores post_type in category view

I have following query to select posts by my custom post-type. This works fine while being on the frontpage (the snippet is included in the sidebar). As soon it gets executed on a category page the ...
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Dynamically Set Wordpress Post Title To The Category Name

I have a few custom post types set up. However, a couple of them have the title field removed from the edit screen because a title does not make sense in some aspects. However, I now find that all ...
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custom post types don't appear in RSS

I created custom post-types in my site but these posts are not shown in the RSS. Only the regular posts appear there. What could be preventing them from showing up there
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Registered Post Type Isn't Showing in Admin Menu

I have a custom function to make posts hierarchical by registering a post type in my functions.php like this: register_post_type( 'post', array( 'hierarchical' => true ) ); After uploading, ...