October 15, 2012

How to Include all Your WordPress Custom Post Types in Search

What i love in WordPress 3.0+ is the fact that you can create as many custom post types as you want to properly separate your contents. And there’s something i see pretty often when when i’m working with people that use CPTs: their CPTs are not included…

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