First of all, thanks for putting together such a useful plug-in. It has really made a difference in how I work with WordPress.
Here’s my scenario.
I’ve created a custom post type called Resources (intended to hold things like white papers, datasheets, etc.). I’ve also created post types for Features, Partners, Solutions, and more.
I edited the Features post type and checked Resources in the Attach to Post Types section. This means our marketing person can now upload a Resource, and while editing it they can “tag” which Features, Partners, Solutions pages it will show up on.
(Note: obviously a little custom code used to display a “related resources” widget based on the current post type and what resources have been tagged to it).
All good so far until I realized that Resources should show up on Pages too. Single the plug-in won’t let you edit the main post types, I don’t see a way to assign a CPT-onomy for Resources to Pages.
I really could use this – can you provide any ideas on how to accomplish? I’m comfortable with a coding solution if you can point me in the right direction.
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