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[Resolved] [Plugin: CPT-onomies: Using Custom Post Types as Taxonomies] Very thanks, really!

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  • Plugin Author Rachel Carden

    @bamadesigner

    Hi!!

    Thanks for the nice post! You’re welcome! I’m glad CPT-onomies has been so helpful!!

    If you haven’t done so already, I would really appreciate it if you gave the plugin a 5-star rating.

    Thanks again!

    I gave the 5-star rating, hehe.

    Nothing! I’m really happy about that.

    One thing:

    I’ll write in portuguese and after translate to english.

    Portuguese:
    Eu notei que quando vocĂȘ usa o plugin e faz um relacionamento de um CPT com outro, depois de vocĂȘ cadastrar um novo registro com esse relacionamento, para vocĂȘ poder puxar esse relacionamento do post, no Loop vocĂȘ usa as funçÔes de taxonomia, ou seja, vocĂȘ nĂŁo pode puxar algumas coisas como por ex., o Thumbnail do post relacionado. Eu desenvolvi uma solução para isso, fazendo uma query direta no banco de dados. NĂŁo sei se Ă© a forma mais saudĂĄvel de ser feita, mas foi a Ășnica solução que encontrei. Veja se isso lhe agrega de alguma forma para atualizar o plugin, ou coisa do tipo.

    English:
    I noticed when you use your plugin and do a relationship from an CPT with other, after you created a new register with this relationship, for you use the informations of the relationship inside the Loop, you need to use taxonomies functions. But, if you do this, unfortunately you can ONLY use these functions. You can’t use the thumbnail from the relationship, for example. I developed a solution for this, doing an query direct to the database, with global variable $wpdb. I don’t know if this is the best mode to do, but its the unique solution i founded. See if this helps you to update your plugin, or something like that.

    http://pastebin.com/GupvbPmF

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