- Rachel Carden is a High Ed Web Developer with a fondness for WordPress. She's also a puzzle fiend who gets way too excited about programming and problem solving. And you thought you were a nerd.
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Author Archives: Rachel Carden
Download CPT-onomies CPT-onomies Screenshots CPT-onomies Documentation A new version of CPT-onomies has joined the ranks but don’t get too excited. It’s just a few bug fixes that have been brought to my attention since I released 1.2 back in December. … Continue reading
Download CPT-onomies CPT-onomies Screenshots CPT-onomies Documentation To say my life has been crazy the past 6 months would be a very large understatement but CPT-onomies 1.2 is finally here! On top of a few minor bug fixes, here’s what 1.2 … Continue reading
Download CPT-onomies CPT-onomies Screenshots CPT-onomies Documentation It took me long enough but the next version of CPT-onomies has finally shipped out! And, with it, some pretty cool new features: Programmatically register your CPT-onomies Much kudos and thanks to Travis Smith … Continue reading
This post was inspired by an answer I posted in the WordPress Stack Exchange. This is an interesting WordPress problem that could span several scenarios. But let’s say you have a custom post type named ‘songs’ and you defined its … Continue reading
Download CPT-onomies CPT-onomies Screenshots CPT-onomies Documentation CPT-onomies is a WordPress plugin that allows you to create, and use, taxonomies powered by your custom post types, using the post titles as the taxonomy terms. The best part about CPT-onomies is that … Continue reading
If you’ve ever used a WordPress custom post type or taxonomy, you know that they can be powerful tools for creating and organizing content. But what if I told you that you could take these features a step further and … Continue reading