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Custom Post Types extend the WordPress back-end to support additional, non-Post content.

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the FeedWordPress plugin (http://feedwordpress.radgeek.com/) allows you to pull in and publish feeds on a schedule, set categories (and a CPT, if one has already been established).
answered Jun 26 '11 by Norcross
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You can't, really. When setting your boxes you can determine whether they appear below the post editor or on the side, and what their order is, but the title field and post editor are fixed in their l …
answered Nov 5 '10 by Norcross
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Another option would be to set a 301 redirect for all the slideshow CPTs to redirect somewhere (like the home page). This would get picked up by Google, and also make sure no one accidentally gets on …
answered Dec 2 '12 by Norcross
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Ok, did a bit of digging and it appears as though there is a ticket to fix this in the 3.1 release. Until then, you might wanna try using this plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/simple-custom …
answered Nov 21 '10 by Norcross
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By default, a custom post type isn't included in the standard query. You'll need to manually create a query in your taxonomy page for that post type.
answered Nov 17 '10 by Norcross
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Give this a shot, adding into your functions file add_filter( 'pre_get_posts', 'include_tax_posts' ); function include_tax_posts( $query ) { if ( is_tax() && false == $query->query_vars['suppr …
answered Nov 17 '10 by Norcross
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I am working on a function set that will add a piece to each custom post type on a site. Since I won't know what CPTs are registered, I wrote a function to get them all (simple). However, I now need t …
asked Jan 31 '13 by Norcross
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It's not well documented, but according to the codex, you can pass a 'type' variable in the get_comments function. Give this a shot $comments = get_comments('number=10&status=approve&type=YOUR_POST_ …
answered Nov 25 '10 by Norcross
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what have you set the "has_archive" option to in your CPT? Also, make sure to reset your permalinks. As for putting a customized message, you can create an archive template specific to that CPT. If t …
answered May 1 '11 by Norcross
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You shouldn't have to do all that. The below function will allow you to control what shows up in the default loop without having to rebuild the query itself function cpt_pre_get_posts_filter( $query …
answered May 1 '11 by Norcross
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I have two custom taxonomies applied to two custom post types. the terms list on the sidebar just fine and will list all posts associated with it. However, if you search one of the terms in specific, …
asked Oct 6 '10 by Norcross
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According to the documentation on that plugin, the capability to create custom fields is included.
answered Jan 4 '12 by Norcross
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Joost DeValk walked through the various options / setup in this post here: http://yoast.com/custom-post-type-snippets/
answered Jun 26 '11 by Norcross
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I'm trying to set up a sidebar area that'll do two things: Display a drop-down of posts in a given custom post types. Display post metadata (content and custom fields) if selected post The thing t …
asked Nov 12 '10 by Norcross
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As CPTs (and posts / pages, for that matter) are constructed, that's not possible. The slug is reserved for the specific type, with the understanding / assumption that 2 CPTs = 2 different types of co …
answered May 19 '11 by Norcross

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