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I need to add a different class for last post of a Custom Post Type. Is it possible?

I have found this code, but it works only in posts

function wpc_last_post_class( $classes ) {
    global $wp_query;  
    if(($wp_query->current_post+1) == $wp_query->post_count) $classes[] = 'last'; // change the class name  you would like to add here  
    return $classes;  
}  
add_filter('post_class', 'wpc_last_post_class');
  • Do you use the post_class() function in the template file responsible for displaying the custom post type? – nmr May 24 at 20:40
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    You could try the accepted method here - stackoverflow.com/questions/9610985/… – Faye May 24 at 21:48
  • There's no reason this wouldn't work on a custom post type, unless you're not using post_class() in your template, or you're not using the main query. – Jacob Peattie May 25 at 5:52
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Not exactly what you asked for, but given that classes are primarily used for styling, might you consider using CSS pseudo-class ":last-child" instead of PHP code?

Here's some information on how to style using :last-child

https://css-tricks.com/almanac/selectors/l/last-child/

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