Tag: Custom Post Types

How to Submit WordPress Posts from the Frontend

You might want add new posts without having to log into the WordPress dashboard, or maybe allow your visitors a way to submit content of their own. You can do it. Figuring out how to submit a post from the front end is straightforward. In this article, we’ll cover a few ways you can create a new post form and save its results into a real, live WordPress post.


How to Change WordPress Post Types with Post Type Switcher

From time to time, you’ll need to change the post type of one or more of your WordPress posts. One common need is to change a Post to a Page, when you realize a piece of previously published content is more “evergreen” than “blog.” You could create a new Page, cut-paste the Post’s content and title, and delete the Post—but doesn’t it make more sense to just change the one thing that’s the actual problem, which is the Post’s post type?


Why and How To Use Custom Post Types in WordPress

Organizing folders in the same way WordPress organizes custom post types

WordPress sites are great at holding content. Got some words and pictures you want to show the world? WordPress is a great tool for that job. Probably the best. But by default it only has two types of content: Posts and Pages. These are great, by many people have many other types of content: client testimonials, documentation of a project, past projects listings and more. Posts and Pages can be made to house these sorts of items, but there’s a better option: WordPress custom post types.