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In WordPress, terms are itens set to a taxonomy, i.e. when you create new categories or tags you create new terms.

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I'm working on a site and am using Custom Post Types, Custom Taxonomies and Custom Terms for the first time. All goes well until I click a custom term. What I'd like to happen is get a page listing … called 'ethers'. I can list all posts for this CPT, including custom taxonomies and terms. The main CPT page /olien correctly lists all posts for the CPT 'olien', using the template /template-parts …
asked May 2 '18 by Guido