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[Resolved] ultimate CMS: how to create taxonomy index?

  • Hello.

    thanks for your nice plugin, it allowed me to create custom taxonomies in no time (eg: steps, license, prerequisite).

    does it provide any help in creating default pages that list the content for each taxonomy?

    For instance, in my “steps” taxonomy” there are a few elements (launch, scope, finalize), for now if I click on one of the taxonomy links (ie: “scope”) I get to an empty page:
    http://tools.blogs.generic.tudor.lu/?steps=scope

    The “scope” value for the “steps” taxonomy is referred to by 2 posts… but the link above leads nowhere.

    I’m a bit lost here. Do I need to change the permalink structure for my “steps” taxonomy? Do I need to create template pages? Does Ultimate CMS provide any automatic generation or UI for any of these?

    Any help would be appreciated. thanks.
    B.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ultimate-cms/

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  • Plugin Author XYDAC

    @deepakseth

    Taxonomy archives are created directly whenever you create a taxonomy. If you want to customize the archive then you need to edit the template file or may be even create a taxonomy-{taxonomy_slugname}.php file in your themes directory.

    Regards,
    -Xydac

    Thanks for the answer.
    I checked it out twice from your answer, and indeed, my problem was caused by template issue. the taxonomy archive is indeed accessible.
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