Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video Challenge: Create a custom taxonomy for price range, part of WordPress: Custom Post Types and Taxonomies.
…At this point you are ready for my next challenge.…Now that you've seen me create custom taxonomies,…I want you to try to create your own.…So here's what I want you to do.…Using the plug in we've already created, I want you…to set up a new taxonomy with the name Price Range.…This is going to be a hierarchical taxonomy and…it will apply to the Reviews custom post type.…This challenge should take you no more than five minutes.…And you will be able to complete it using the code you already have in…your custom plug in and by referencing the…register taxonomy function in the Word Press codex.…
Once you've completed this challenge, jump to the…next movie, and I'll show you my solution.…
- What are WordPress custom post types and taxonomies
- Creating and testing the plugin
- Creating posts with custom post types
- Building basic custom taxonomies
- Creating custom post type templates
- Including custom post types in the front page index
Skill Level Advanced
WordPress: Building Responsive Themeswith Morten Rand-Hendriksen2h 55m Intermediate
1. Understanding Custom Post Types and Taxonomies
2. Creating a Plugin for Custom Post Types and Taxonomies
Creating a basic plugin3m 21s
3. Creating Custom Post Types
4. Creating Custom Taxonomies
5. Creating Custom Post Type Templates
6. Working with Custom Post Types and Taxonomies
7. Going Further with Custom Post Types
Thank you!1m 35s
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