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  • Plugin Author 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 “”. I think it is not possible currently.

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

    Plugin Author 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 :

    @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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