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I have a custom post type called Movie with rewrite slug function enabled as:

...
'rewrite' => array('slug' => 'movies','with_front' => true, 'hierarchical' => true ),
....

In theme directory I also have single-movies.php and taxonomy-movies.php

Now when I create a now CPT a URL generated like

www.domain.com/movies/Matrix

Which is right but when I update the url by eliminating the CPT like:

www.domain.com/movies

There is nothing there! ( in the page) Can you plrade let me know which file is in charge of populating CPT(s) there? and what I am missing?

  • Well one option would be to create a template-movies.php file. Then go into your menus in the backend and create a new 'movies' page and assign the template file you created earlier as the template file to use? – Ashtmdu Oct 13 '17 at 16:23
  • Secondly, the solution you're probably looking for is the archive page. Simply create a archive-movie.php page in your theme root directory. WP doesn't have default templates for CPT's. – Ashtmdu Oct 13 '17 at 16:26
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Create archive-movie.php containing the Loop as described in Custom Post Type Templates. Or copy and rename the archive.php file of your theme, if exists.

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