Custom post types allow you to extend WordPress's default post with data that is useful for your own website. Learn how to use them in our new short course, How to Use Custom Post Types in WordPress.
What You’ll Learn
In this short course of just seven videos with a total viewing time of 39 minutes, Rachel McCollin will show you how to create your own custom post types and display them in single and archive pages in WordPress.
You'll learn how to code a plugin that creates a project category and how to display those projects on your main blog, mixed in with normal posts. You'll also learn how to create a template file to render individual files and a template for displaying a project archive page.
By the end of this course, you'll feel confident using custom post types in your next WordPress project.
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