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    Brendan on #15412

    Hey sir, thanks for being so great as to help. Do you have the code that I need to make this work? Thanks!

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    Brendan on #15009

    Hello, thank you for all of your help so far, but I’m not sure how/where to implement your suggestion.

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    Brendan on #14863

    I’m not sure what you mean. When I register the custom post types, they share categories and tags with normal blog posts. should it not just work?

    Can you give me an example of what to add to the form setup that would allow categories and tags for the post type ‘community-story’ (slug)

    Being able to exclude certain categories from the front end post would be nice as well.

    I think I can take it from there.

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    Brendan on #14768

    Works great! thanks!

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    Brendan on #14758

    Hmm ok. I’m actually not using the BuddyBlog plugin, I am only using the front-end post plugin. The reason is that I need users to be able to post into two different custom post types.

    Is there still a way to do this?

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    Brendan on #14627

    Adding it to the functions.php seems to work so far.

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    Brendan on #14620

    I’m not certain where to add the filter that you’re suggesting.

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    Brendan on #14583

    Awesome. Are you suggesting I add it to the page template that calls the form? or should I add it as part of the form setup function?

    
    function share_a_story_post() {
    }
    
    • This reply was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by Brendan.