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

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I agree with @Kaung Ko's answer - I just finished a project using Custom Post Type and Custom Taxonomies. Very similar to yours but for Wine Reviews. Also used the Advanced Custom Fields plugin for fu …
answered Oct 28 '13 by codeview
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I was not able to find a solution for doing it the way I was wanting/thinking I could. So...decided to name the taxonomies the singular name (ie: brand, grape, region) and then create pages with the p …
answered Nov 1 '13 by codeview
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I have registered a custom post type in my functions.php file for "Wines", with this code: function customposttype_wines() { $labels = array( 'name' => 'Wines', 'singular_name …
asked Oct 28 '13 by codeview
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I have a Custom Post Type ("Rental"). I am using the code from this article I found to display Rental custom posts on a page, with the Categories of a custom Taxonomy ("Region") as headings between th …
asked Feb 1 '15 by codeview
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I have an old project (custom post type query) that needs an alteration and my memory/skill level is lacking for what to do. With the code below, I'm needing to return the first query in alphabetical …
asked Oct 21 '15 by codeview
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I have a custom post type called "link" I have a custom taxonomy for this post type called "link-category" I have a template file for this taxonomy, "taxonomy-link-category.php" I need the template t …
asked Mar 13 '14 by codeview