Support » Plugin: Pods - Custom Content Types and Fields » Pods lost track of custom taxonomies

  • Resolved benchwarmer


    I created several custom taxonomies with relationships. I haven’t had need to go back into Pods to make many changes in quite a while, but I just did today and found that Pods no longer has any of the taxonomies listed in the admin panel. They still exist on the Dashboard, but somehow they’ve become un-associated with Pods. Is there any way to fix this?

    BTW I went to a backup of the site and did the package migration but that didn’t fix it either.


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  • Thread Starter benchwarmer


    Is there a way to import existing Custom Post Types/Taxonomies into Pods? Since Pods has disassociated with the taxonomies I built with it. Could I use the standard WordPress Export tool to export the “lost” taxonomies and then reimport into pods? Or maybe CPT UI? I don’t know. I’m lost as to what to do here.

    The taxonomies are still on the dashboard and still maintain relationships, but all the field data in Pods is absent.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by benchwarmer.
    Plugin Support Paul Clark


    If the field names line up, the content should show up.
    Unsure why the content may not be associating.

    Thread Starter benchwarmer


    Well the Taxonomy name shows up in Pods and the “Associated Post Types” checkbox is still checked, but none of the fields for the taxonomy show up. So basically it’s an empty shell.

    I went ahead and disabled all my plugins, cleared Pods cache, and again I did the import/export package migration from a backup. None of that fixed the issue.

    Pods is clearly still associated with the custom taxonomies and CPT, because if I deactivate Pods the CPT disappears from the dashboard along with the associated taxonomies.

    Plugin Author Jory Hogeveen


    Sounds like this might be a plugin conflict.
    See the page below to find the issue:

    Cheers, Jory

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