Recently, one of our readers asked if it was possible to change the custom post type permalink structure in WordPress. By default, you can change the permalink structure of WordPress posts, but not custom post types. In this article, we will show you how to… Read More »
WordPress allows you to create your own custom content types. These content types are called custom post types. You can use them to add custom content like products, reviews, recipes, etc. In this article, we will share the 12 most useful WordPress custom post types… Read More »
When reading about WordPress, you’ve probably come across terms like custom post types and custom taxonomies. As a beginner, you may have asked yourself when do I need to use a custom post type or custom taxonomy in WordPress? In this article, we will explain… Read More »
If you are working on a website with lots of content in custom taxonomies and post types, then you would want to make it easy for your users to find it. One way to do this is by allowing your users to narrow down their… Read More »
Recently one of our users asked us if it was possible to add sticky posts to custom post type archives. By default, WordPress has the sticky functionality available for posts, but not for other post types. In this article we will show you how to… Read More »
WordPress comes with five default post types, which are posts, pages, attachments, revisions and menus. Users can also create their own custom post types. This gives them power to create different types of content and display them differently on their websites. Recently we found a… Read More »
As many of you know, this past week Syed Balkhi attended WordCamp Raleigh 2012. During the event, one of his tweets sparked quite a debate. In this article, our founder Syed Balkhi will debate whether WordPress Custom Post Types belong in functions.php file or in… Read More »
If you are using Custom Post Types, or thinking of custom post types, then you may have the urge to add it into your main RSS Feed. In this article, we will share how you can add Custom Post Types to your main WordPress RSS feeds.
Since version 2.9, WordPress has introduced the ability to use custom post types. Now with version 3.0, things are taken a bit further with the option of creating panels for your custom post types. In this tutorial, we will show you how to implement Custom Post types in your site into your WordPress site.
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