Use your custom post types as taxonomies. Create powerful relationships between your posts and, therefore, powerful content.
I have no problem with creating custom post types in PHP, but this plugin saves a tons of time: no need to search Codex for help, edit my functions.php etc.
And it provides Custom Post Types as Taxonomies! This is really cool thing, imagine you have Authors and Books post types, now you can link one to another in admin interface. Without any PHP knowledge!
I have switched to this plugin even when no need of custom taxonomies, never register_post_type() again.
Works well and good documentation. Thanks a million or two
I love you, you sexy and smart and sexy plugin. :3
does what it needs to do. It has a good interface.
allows you to customize the fields in detail
Here is the prove that there is some great free stuff out there.
Thanks you !
Created some custom post types and used the custom fields plugin to populate those types and then BOOM. Found I could link the two post types together, a feature of this plugin I didn't even realize was there. Awesome.
I love this plugin.
It's well written, the documentation is thorough and the developer is super responsive to feedback.
Awesome job Rachel!
This plugin has so many uses! The customization options out of the box are nice, but all the additional capabilities with just a bit of code make it even better.
Kudos on great documentation as well.
Ms Carden's CPT / taxonomy plugin is as robust as it is polished. We just used it for a project and found it easy to work with. To the developer's credit I was able to drop into the settings and make some edits without the lead developer having to show me how to use it. Excellent.
I think CPT-onomies could be made into a premium plugin if the market could support it... it's quite lovely.
CPT-onomies is a powerful tool to build complex relationships between posts, including many-to-many post relationships. It also does a fantastic job of creating and managing custom post types. I particularly like how the plugin explains each option when you're setting up a custom post type, thus educating users while enabling them to access the amazing flexibility of WordPress.
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