I am unsure about this:
If you enable taxonomy, please make sure to save the form twice, first time selecting the post type( if you choose a custom post type) and 2nd time, the form shows the proper taxonomies associated with that post type, so select those taxonomies.
The second time – I don’t see anything to select?
Thank you for posting.
Are you using BuddyBlog to allow users create content in a new post type. If you are using it for blogging, you don’t have to worry about that setting.(You will see the check boxes like Category, tags, Post Format etc).
About Uncategorized, WordPress will always assign a category. The Uncategorized is the default category. That’s why you are seeing it.
Hi, I have this same problem. When I create a new post it automatically creates the category as “Uncategorized”. I cannot see any way to change the category, or to create a new category. You say WordPress will always assign a category, what does this mean? It says “Uncategorized” by default with no way to change.
In case of BuddyBlog, Please follow the steps suggested by Ravi.
In case of BuddyBlog Pro, the default term can be selected from the form admin screen.
In both the cases, you will need to create the categories/terms from WordPress dashboard.
Just wondering also how to edit the “Blog” page? If I go to “Blog” page in edit mode under “Pages” in WordPress it just shows a blank page with the title “Blog”, that’s all. I don’t understand how I edit what the posts page looks like, it seems to be automatically generated.
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.