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

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I don't typically do what you are doing the way you are doing it - but the glaring thing to me is that your setting your tax query with the associative key of 'tax_query1', which as far as I know shou …
answered May 8 '12 by eddiemoya
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Try setting 'hierarchical' to true if its not already. From source documentation: hierarchical - Whether to include terms that have non-empty descendants (even if 'hide_empty' is set to true …
answered Aug 24 '11 by eddiemoya
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Since WordPress 3.1 you can query by multiple taxonomy in the URL out of the box, without any development. This only works with query strings be default, and custom rewrite rules will need to be added …
answered Aug 16 '12 by eddiemoya
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Mike's tutorial on this is great! I probably would not have bothered adding this functionality to my Media Categories plugin if I would have had to figure it out on my own. That said, I think using p …
answered Mar 27 '14 by eddiemoya
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If you hook into the 'rewrite_rules_array' filter, do a print_r on $rules, and you'll see the huge preg-match key-value pairs. add_filter( 'rewrite_rules_array','mess_with_rewrite_rules' ); function …
answered Jun 26 '12 by eddiemoya