October 22, 2012

How to Add Custom Meta Fields to Custom Taxonomies in WordPress

By default WordPress taxonomies (categories, tags, etc) have the fields name, slug, parent, and description. Recently while working on a client’s project, we found a need to add custom meta fields to custom taxonomies. We needed a way to add custom text on each taxonomy archive…

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