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  • Plugin Author jeffikus

    (@jeffikus)

    Yes, it creates the custom taxonomy for you and adds the terms as well (audio, article, link, image, etc)

    Thanks for your reply!

    it is creating custom taxonomy as “tumblog”, but i need to set different name, like “bookmark”. so that the url will be “http://mysite.com/bookmar/images/”. I think it is not possible currently.

    Also i want use for separate post_type, this is also not possible now.

    Plugin Author jeffikus

    (@jeffikus)

    You can register the taxonomy to another post type when you register the post type – specify tumblog as part of the taxonomy array in register_post_type() – see here for more : http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/register_post_type

    @jeffikus I am trying to use the wordpress MU plugin ‘site wide tags’ along with woo-tumblog. The multisite user blog posts appear on the main page of my site, but without the woo-tumblog taxonomy references.

    Ron (wpmuguru) suggests that I add a filter to enable the woo-tumblog taxonomy to be pulled through, but I’ve been unable to make it work.

    The filter hook I used is;

    add_filter( 'sitewide_tags_custom_taxonomies', array(&$this, 'tumblog') );

    and I placed this in my theme’s functions.php file, or should I be placing it in ‘sitewide-tags.php’ or even ‘wootumblog_template_function.php’?

    Any thoughts?

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