In our new course, Custom Post Types and Taxonomies: WordPress Content Architecture, you'll learn how to put custom post types and taxonomies to work to organize your content in WordPress. Follow along, and you'll practice how to create custom post types and taxonomies and how to display them on your site.
What You’ll Learn
WordPress uses more than just posts and pages to organize content. In fact, if you're not using custom post types and taxonomies, you haven't yet unlocked the power of WordPress as a CMS (content management system).
In this course, Rachel McCollin will explain:
- how custom post types and taxonomies work
- how to register custom post types and taxonomies
- how to work with template files
- how to add and display custom fields
By the end, you'll have a solid understanding of how to use custom post types and taxonomies to get the most out of your WordPress site.
Watch the Introduction
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