Support » Theme: Astra » Creating a custom taxonomy.php

  • I created a custom post type, along with several custom taxonomies;
    I then managed to create a custom template for the CPT through a function on a child theme’s functions.php, and injected it using an action hook add_action('astra_entry_content_before', 'custom_template_function');

    Now I would like to do the same for the custom taxonomies, for which I ask for the community’s enlightenment.
    I suppose the best way to customize the appearance of the archives, in this particular case, would be to create a taxonomy.php, which would apply to all custom taxonomies and respective terms, right?
    In order to create the taxonomy.php file, I guess I should use a copy of archive.php, but I have no idea where to inject my code in there. Or would it be more adequate to change some existing function?
    I appreciate any help or resources that may be provided.

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  • Hello @bufus

    You can try to load a custom page template for the required taxonomy.

    Please refer to the WordPress Page Hierarchy, here for more insights.

    Also, do reach out to other users on our Facebook Page for more interaction.

    I hope that helps.


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