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I have a post type shopping and in my single.php I am trying to get a certain template for this post type. So I did:

\\ in the single.php
get_template_part( 'template-parts/content', get_post_format() );

and in template-parts directory, I created a file named content-shopping.php. But no matter what, the single template used is the default content.php.

However, if I do something like this:

if ( 'shopping' === get_post_type() ) {
  get_template_part( 'template-parts/content-shopping' );
}else{
  get_template_part( 'template-parts/content', get_post_format() );
}

then the template is used for that post type. I am not sure why the first method is not working. Any idea?

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get_post_format and get_post_type are completely different.

Post Formats can be one of the following:

  • 'standard' (default one)
  • 'aside'
  • 'chat'
  • 'gallery'
  • 'link'
  • 'image'
  • 'quote'
  • 'status'
  • 'video'
  • 'audio'

And shopping is the post type you have created and not post format. You can add post format for the post type(shopping) like this

add_post_type_support( 'shopping', 'post-formats' );
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    ah, stupid me. I thought by creating the post type, I added a special post format beside those. In the first example, I just replaced post format with get_post_type and it works. – Rain Man Jun 20 '16 at 20:37

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