Rachel McCollinLessons: 10Length: 1.1 hours
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 you'll learn how to put custom post types and taxonomies to work to organize your content. Follow along, and you'll practice how to create custom post types and taxonomies and how to display them on your site.
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1.Introduction1 lesson, 01:00
1 lesson, 01:00
2.WordPress Post Types3 lessons, 25:02
3 lessons, 25:02
2.1Introducing Post Types06:22
Introducing Post Types
2.2Registering a Custom Post Type09:30
Registering a Custom Post Type
2.3Post Type Template Files09:10
Post Type Template Files
3.WordPress Taxonomies4 lessons, 29:39
4 lessons, 29:39
3.2Registering a Taxonomy08:21
Registering a Taxonomy
3.3Understanding Taxonomy Terms09:21
Understanding Taxonomy Terms
3.4Taxonomy Template Files05:26
Taxonomy Template Files
4.Custom Fields and Post Metadata1 lesson, 05:33
1 lesson, 05:33
4.1Adding and Displaying Custom Fields05:33
Adding and Displaying Custom Fields
5.Conclusion1 lesson, 02:48
1 lesson, 02:48
Rachel McCollin is a WordPress developer who writes books, articles and tutorials about web design and development, with a focus on WordPress and on responsive and mobile development. She runs a web design agency in Birmingham, UK and has published three books on WordPress, including WordPress: Pushing the Limits, an advanced resource for WordPress developers. She's currently writing her fourth book.