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  • I’m currently working on a site that is using 3 Custom Posts (Custom Post UI Plugin). The “News Center” custom post contains 3 categories – setup via the “Taxonomy” section of the plugin.

    Setting up taxonomy-newscategories.php is properly displaying the “News Center” text that I have hard coded to the main landing page. However, when going to actual article page it’s calling the single.php template file (which is pointing to the actual blog).

    I attempted to setup single-newscategories.php but it will not call the template, I’ve also done single-newscategories-catname.php, as well as taxonomy-single-newscategories.php and still am not seeing anything.

    I attempted to use the code provided on:

    However, it’s still calling the single.php file by default (which I did paste the code into and it displayed nothing) so I have absolutely no idea how to get the Taxonomy Title to display on the page for the newscategories taxonomy area.


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  • Update: I’ve continued to attempt numerous variations, even going as far as removing the Custom Post and putting it back, it’s still not working.

    Does anyone have any ideas on how to get the right taxonomy to display AND how to call the proper single.php template file?

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