With pretty permalinks enabled, the URL of a Custom Post Format archive would look like this:

http://example.com/type/link/

And it works for me.

Now, considering that my custom post type archive is located at (where 'bookmarks' is the custom post type's name, registered with 'has_archive' => true):

http://example.com/bookmarks/

Isn't the custom post type's post format archive supposed to be located at:

http://example.com/bookmarks/type/link/

But I get an HTTP 404 Not Found Error. Isn't it how it works? If not, how do I access the custom post type's post format archive?

  • Do you mean that "bookmarks" is the taxonomy? How can it be the custom post type where "type" represents the custom post type? Am I missing something? – gil hamer Oct 14 '13 at 9:52
  • @gilhamer Edited question to be more clear. – its_me Oct 14 '13 at 9:57
up vote 1 down vote accepted

Here's what I finally came to know: By default, WordPress doesn't have (separate) post format archives for custom post types.

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