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  • Hey there @afjsystem,
    You’ll have to create a custom template file in your them that is named like taxonomy-{taxonomy}.php (replacing {taxonomy} with the actual name of the taxonomy.
    In that file you can create your custom loopand etit the content anyway you want using a loop and query_posts: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/query_posts#Usage

    Mike

    (@michael-copestake)

    WPMU DEV Support Staff

    Hi @afjsystem

    It’s been three weeks since @aristath posted here, did his answer solve your problem?

    If so please mark the thread as resolved(makes our job easier 🙂 if not please restate your current issue and we’ll see if we can help you out further.

    sorry for late reply, i just got back from outfield assignment.

    no, i mean if i have this widget : http://pastebin.com/WpMhECzx that call ordinary post types (posts) and its categories.
    Then i’d like to make it call the incsub_wiki and its categories.

    thanks

    I’m afraid the wiki plugin uses a slightly different form of CPT which means that you may not be able to hook into it quite the way you are hoping to. For example, our CustomPress plugin does not recognise it as a CPT, and nor does User Role Editor recognise the permissions used to manage wiki pages.

    Sorry!

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