Allows you to keep using archive-posttype.php template files the way the hierarchy intends them to be used, without wedging in queries to Pages that don't belong really there, or other workarounds.
This solution makes much more sense for adding introductory text to custom post types. Creating a page template solves the problem too but is really counterintuitive. This solution is much more intuitive and a lot easier to explain to site editors who are already struggling to understand the difference between posts and pages.
Using this plugin I can keep the logic seperate. Posts are lists and details. Pages are just pages. No confusing mix-up of pages listing posts.
Does exactly what it promises, nicely written, prompt author response. Thanks, James!
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