January 18, 2011

The Ultimate Guide to WordPress Custom Post Types

WordPress 3 comes with the ability to create Custom Post Types, which makes it very simple for us developers to extend WordPress and use it as a proper CMS for any business need. Apart from the default Posts and Pages, we can now create custom types to better suit our content, and make it easier for users to update the site. In this guide we explore many options for creating custom post types and custom meta boxes to go with them…

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One Comment on “The Ultimate Guide to WordPress Custom Post Types

November 25, 2011 at 11:25 am

Nice post! :)


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