You may encounter a time when you need to modify the standard WordPress permalink structure and while removing the slug from a custom post type’s url sounds easy in theory it’s actually not as simple as it seems. In this tutorial we will teach you how to remove the custom post type slug from the permalink(url) structure in WordPress without using a plugin.
While working as a developer within WordPress there will often be times that you must preserve a particular URL structure. In this tutorial we will teach you how to redirect the archive of a Custom Post Type via a WordPress function.
After completing part 1 of this two-part tutorial you will need to add your custom fields to your actual template file. In part 2 of this tutorial series we will teach you how to display the custom fields you created for your Custom Post Type in your WordPress theme template file using PHP.
You may already know how to add ACF custom option pages but did you know that you can take them a step further? In part 1 of this two-part tutorial we are going to teach you how to add custom fields to a custom post type using the Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) WordPress plugin and a PHP function.
While developing a website or blog in WordPress with Custom Post Type’s there may come a time when you do not want to actually display the Single Post. In this tutorial we will teach you how to redirect all Single Posts of a Custom Post Type via a WordPress function.
If you’ve ever struggled with figuring out how to display a main title for a post type archive in WordPress or where it pulls from, we will teach you the simple solution intended by the WordPress codex.