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    jtittle
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    We're using the Easy Content Types plugin to create new CPT's and add Taxonomies and we've had zero issues with it in the past, so hopefully this is a small issue with WPUF and not ECT, though that's the next step we'll be taking to resolve this :-).

    1). We have 1 CPT + 4 Taxonomies for it. We've set the “Post Type” under the form to “offers” which is our CPT and we can post to it.

    2). We've added Title, Body, and the 4 Taxonomies to the form, saved, and we can see the form as well as the output from the taxonomies we've created. Here's where the problems starts.
    When we save a new post (submitted through the front-end), the first, second, and fourth taxonomy save, however, the third does not and defaults back to -select-. We also are unable to view any of the taxonomies when viewing the newly created post. The only fields that are visible are the title, body, and featured image we uploaded. While it is indeed posted to the CPT, the taxonomies seem to not show.

    We do have the “Custom Fields in Post” option enabled, so custom fields should be showing as should the taxonomies, but they don't.

     

    Any ideas here? We can send an e-mail in, just let me know. This is still a relatively private site (due to development), so I would prefer not to post the URL publicly.

    #1951

    jtittle
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    I tested this by setting it back to “post” instead of the CPT and then assigned the new Taxonomies to “post” and the same issue persists. Are the taxonomies not supposed to show on the page? If not, is there a way to show them instead of having to use the custom fields option inside of WPUF?

    Ideally, we'd prefer to use taxonomies and CPT's simply because they allow us to do deeper searches without having to do a ton of extra coding. We just want to use WPUF as an interface to submit the posts so our users don't have to worry about fooling around with the WordPress backend.

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    Tareq Hasan
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    Send your site url and admin details as private reply, let me see whats going on.

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