Hi, quick and hopefully simple problem that I couldn’t find by searching through the forums. (I also originally posted this in main WordPress.org forum, but then I thought it might be a plugin-specific problem)
I have a travel site, and using this Custom Post Type UI Plugin, I created two new custom post types: “Destinations” and “Listings.” For “Listings,” I have added 2 new taxonomies, “Locations” and “Listing Types.”
To populate each of these new taxonomies with all the terms, I used the Bulkpress plugin. It seemed to work fine, but I am unhappy with some of the tags that was given to several of the new taxonomy terms.
For example, “Locations” is a hierarchical taxonomy; continents/regions are the parent terms, and individual countries are the child terms. Most terms have slugs just like I want them (lowercase and with hyphens, if two words), but some, like “Egypt,” has a slug like “egypt-africa-2.” It also won’t let me edit the slug.
I was thinking that perhaps it is because I already have a TAG for “egypt,” but then I have “Australia” and that works just fine. Does anyone know what I can do to fox this?
- The topic ‘Custom Taxonomy Slug Error’ is closed to new replies.