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Since WordPress 2.3, plugin and theme authors have had the ability to create custom taxonomies-- essentially specialized "categories"-- to help organize information.

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In the upper right-hand area of the screen you will see a little tab labeled "Screen Options". You will want to click on it and make sure that the taxonomy's name is checked.
answered Jul 5 '11 by mfields
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I believe that what you are describing is how WordPress works out of the box. You will just need to create custom links in your sidebar. Something like example.com/?post_type=your-custom-post-type-slu …
answered May 18 '11 by mfields
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It really depends on your theme. Term archive views are governed by the rules of template hierarchy which means that more than one template may display these archives. For your project, I would sugges …
answered Feb 20 '11 by mfields
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Maybe try something like this before the loop: <?php query_posts( wp_parse_args( $query_string, array( 'meta_key' => 'your_meta_key', 'orderby' => 'meta_value' ) ) ); ?>
answered Jun 23 '11 by mfields