I have tried contacting the developer of a plugin 'WP Broadbean' but the plugin basically creates a custom post type with various taxonomies.
One of which is 'Industries' - This is almost like a category for the jobs posted but I am going to assume it is a taxonomy rather than a category.
The Problem I am having is that the main template for /jobs to show all jobs regardless of taxonomy/category is a file named:
A single view for a job is a file named:
When you apply a 'industry' to a job post the url then becomes
The page by default falls back to
archive.php if this is is blank/missing it routes to
index.php but I require those pages for the native blog so I am struggling to create a custom template to handle the jobs when they are being viewd under a taxanomy/category.
For instance, one of my industries is called 'accounts' so I am wondering how I am able to create a template file, I have so many ways here are are a handful to name a few...
I have tried to understand how the url should be structured by using both of these resources:
So to conclude, I need to create a file to handle the template for these taxonomies so I can free up index.php and archive.php as I really don;t want to be relying on those.
I have been trying for a couple of hours now and just do not seem to be getting anywhere...
Just as an update, here is a screenshot of a file called
taxonomies.php within the plugins directory:
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So here are some examples of the job categories pages:
The above is being served from index.php
The above pages are treating archive.php as its native template.
First off all, credit goes to the Gentleman who provided the answer below. After much going back and forth via an alternative chat channel we discovered it was an issue with some code in another plugin! 'User Tags for Wordpress'