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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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I want to have a central "data" sheet that is regularly drawn upon for types of posts that are submitted. Lets say I had a movie review site, but also want to let people post other info, like Trivia …
asked May 13 '11 by Sam K
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I have a custom taxonomy template page in my theme. Essentially, when someone clicks on a term link into this taxonomy, I -ALWAYS- want to add a specific post-type to the query. I'm not entirely sur …
asked Jun 7 '11 by Sam K
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I've been trying to wade my way through learning the ins and outs of taxonomies and how to integrate them into themes and I've run into a pretty basic issue that I can't seem to figure out. I started …
asked Apr 27 '11 by Sam K
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This is somewhat of a follow-up to a question I asked some time ago: https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/11088/trying-to-design-nice-category-drilldown-with-one-held-taxonomy-and-a-repeatab …
asked May 13 '11 by Sam K
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I am using Gravity Forms to allow users to create posts from the front end. However, the way this site I am building is going to work, one specific Post_Type is essentially just a "Data" post. There …
asked Jul 10 '11 by Sam K
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Well, since I essentially came up with my own answer using what was posted (which didn't really work) plus some extra research, I am going to close this question, even though I sort of added an additi …
answered Jul 24 '11 by Sam K