Support » Plugin: Custom Post Type Maker » with_front won’t add ‘false’ to cpt definition

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    (@cmerrick)


    Hi,
    I recently added /blog/ as part of my permastructure (intending it for blog posts only) and discovered that even though I had set “with_front” to False in all my custom post types, they were still getting /blog/ added to the URL. I dug through the code and discovered that if with_front is set to false, it doesn’t add anything to the cpt arguments, which doesn’t work because the default is true.

    It appears to be due to line 259 (version 1.1.1):
    if ( $cptm_withfront ) { $cptm_rewrite_options[‘with_front’] = $cptm_withfront; }

    So if $sptm_withfront is False, it doesn’t set anything for $cptm_rewrite_options[‘with_front’]

    I just eliminated the if statement and changed that line to:
    $cptm_rewrite_options[‘with_front’] = $cptm_withfront;

    and now I have http://www.example.com/blog/my-blog-post for blog posts and http://www.example.com/customslug/custom-post for everything else.

    It’s very possible that I just missed or misunderstood something, so if there’s something I should be doing differently, can you let me know? If not, perhaps you’d want to change this line for the next release?

    Thanks,
    Carina

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