How to Add Post Type Archive in WordPress Navigation Menus
Recently, one of our readers asked if it was possible to add a link to custom post type archive pages in WordPress navigation menus. An archive page in WordPress displays a list of all posts under a specific post type, category, or tag. In this article, we will show you how to add post type archive in WordPress navigation menus.
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Recently one of our user asked us if it was possible to add categories to a custom post type they have created. Categories are one of the built-in taxonomies in WordPress. By default they appear only for posts. However, in some scenarios you may want to share them with a custom post type as well. In this article, we will show you how to add categories to a custom post type in WordPress. We will also show you how to display multiple post types on your category archive page.
If you are creating a custom themes options page or a WordPress plugin which needs to get all the WordPress menus in your site. This small function can be very useful, it will return all the WordPress menus on your site in an array so you can process them as you want.
In this post I’ll demonstrate how you can do this without using any plugins or uploading any images. Instead you’ll make some tweaks to your navigation menu via the WordPress admin and then add some code in your theme file.
When you create new content types with add_post_type you can specify if you want your individual post items to be accessible via the WordPress menu builder, giving you quick access to link to your single post. It’s a pretty useful feature, and all you need to do to take advantage of it is to specify that the add_to_menu property is set to true. What’s not so easy is if you wanted to link directly to your post types archive page.
For years WordPress post navigation has been possible thanks to a flexible set of five functions, including posts_nav_link(), next_post_link() and next_posts_link(). These navigational functions continue to work great in many WordPress themes, but there are newer, even more flexible functions available to theme developers. Introduced in WordPress 4, these new navigation functions can make it easier than ever to display nav links for your WordPress-powered posts.
The default WordPress author archive page template displays only default post types. The custom posts are not included. The following WordPress code snippet will help you to include WordPress custom post types to author archive page.
Creating WordPress Custom Post Type is very easy In this WordPress tutorial we will go over list of simple tips and tricks which will help you customize your WordPress Custom Post Type.
WordPress 3 has gone gold and ships with an amazing new menu manager that can be used to control the navigation menus of your website. This tutorial will teach you how to change the default output of this manager, since getting a custom output can heavily improve the style of your themes. So first of all here is an example of the wordpress menu we want to build.
In this tutorials, we are going to add WP REST API support to custom post types in our WordPress application. Adding REST API support while creating custom post type: While registering a custom post type, you want to make it compatible with REST API, you need add few additional arguments to the register_post_type function.
WordPress is one of the most widely used blogging platform with lots of powerful features and Custom Post Type is one of them. I’ve never looked at Custom Post Type (CPT) in WordPress before but recently I wanted to create a new section for “Deals“.