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  • #12926

    Marie-Hélène
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    I've tried to check in the documentation to find how to create a custom post type..
    But really.. can't find the answer!
    Can you help me please 🙂
    Thx

    #12929

    Mahi
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    Post count: 1555

    When you create new form select Custom post type from post settings –

    custom post type

    #12930

    Marie-Hélène
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    Post count: 15

    Yes I know that step..
    What I need is to know how to create a custom post type that will appear in that list.
    Ex: Rates
    And that I can display this post type “rates” in the dashboard.
    Thx

    #12931

    Tareq Hasan
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    Post count: 2831

    You can show rates in your dashboard like this: [wpuf_dashboard post_type="rates"].

    #13005

    Denis
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    Post count: 165

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/custom-post-type-ui/

    here is a plugin that creates CPT and taxonomies

    cheers

    #13143

    Marie-Hélène
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    Ok.. but I have to create a post category?
    The shortcode is not the problem.. the problem is to get this post type “rates”
    in my wordpress dashboard when I configure a form.
    Thx

    #13540

    elenanik
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    Post count: 20

    Yes, you have to create a Custom Post Type and create a form for this Custom Post Type in front end to allow users publish.
    Use the plugin http://wordpress.org/plugins/custom-post-type-ui/ as @DenisCGN wrote and then create your form on WPUF.

    #13543

    Denis
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    Post count: 165

    Look documentation

    If you want to display a specific post type, you need to mention that. For example, if you want list event instead of post, you can use

    [wpuf_dashboard post_type=”event”].

    Change Event with rates

    #13629

    Marie-Hélène
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    Thank's for the answer!
    Now I'm able to post in my custom post type.. but in my wpuf form, I'm loosing all my categories cause they are related to the post type “product” in woocommerce!
    How can I create categories under my new post type?
    Thx

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