Support » Plugin: Frontend Dashboard » The created taxonomies are not looked at

  • Resolved Gonzalone


    Hello Vinoth and I greet all the members of the forum. The query is the following: although I already managed to visualize the custom fields within the personalized posts in the frontend of the page by means of get_post_meta (get_the_ID () what I observed now is that the taxonomies created and pointed to the respective ones are not appreciated. In the individual personalized posts created through the plugin, neither the category, nor the author, nor the date of creation of the same do not appear, as it appears by default in WordPress posts, such as ¡HolaMundo !, for example. The problem is that I have not assembled or configured the taxonomies well or do I have to enter extra code lines to be reflected on the page?

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  • Plugin Author M A Vinoth Kumar


    Hi Gonzalone,

    Please let me know did you enabled the Taxonomies to the respective user roles here?

    Please go to WordPress Admin | Frontend Dashbaord | Frontend Dashboard | Post/Custom Post / Select the respective custom post / Taxonomies | Select the Taxonomies based on the user roles to show that.

    Please let me know if this not helps you 🙂

    Thread Starter Gonzalone


    Thank you for the quick response, not Vinoth all the roles are unchecked, since the system says: “Select the respective role (s) to DISABLE the visibility of Taxonomy” anyway I tried to label them too. Another inconvenient that I am seeing and I am worried about is that when selecting one of the categories in a personalized post, editing it from the Dashboard, it does not save it, that is, it does not save the marked category. Yes it does if I edit it from the WordPress administration, that is where the Custom Post list is, which in my case I called “Postulations”. I also tried pointing the personalized categories to the Post entry, the one that comes by default in WordPress, and it is not saved either; for example, if I select the custom category of “Gastronomy” that I created in that, if it shows the category on the page or front end since it is published in the default post of WordPress, but it shows me the category “Without category” and no “Gastronomy” as it really should be.

    Plugin Author M A Vinoth Kumar


    Please try by deactivating all plugins other than Frontend Dashboard and check. Let me know if you still have the same issue.

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