get_queried_object(): How and Why to Use It
WordPress’s get_queried_object() function has the distinction of being, I think, the most useful core function in WordPress that I didn’t know about for the longest time.
How to Sort Posts by their Taxonomy Terms
WordPress Custom Taxonomies: How and Why to Create Them
Organizing your content is one of the core features of WordPress content-management system like WordPress. As such, WordPress creates what are called “taxonomies” to help you keep your content easy to find for both your and your visitors. Today we’re focused on why and how to make a WordPress custom taxonomy.
Plugin: Term Management Tools
We recently used this plugin by the prolific scribu to solve a problem we had: How to migrate an existing WordPress taxonomy (with lots of terms and lots of posts having those terms) to another post type?
WooCommerce Product Attributes and the WordPress Taxonomy Inception
I recently explained the very basics of how you actually set up a custom taxonomy in WordPress. Along with custom post types and custom fields — which I thought about telling you about today, but they can wait — they’re what make WordPress a powerful and fully-featured content management system.