CPT-onomies Update: Version 1.2

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To say my life has been crazy the past 6 months would be a very large understatement but CPT-onomies 1.2 is finally here! On top of a few minor bug fixes, here’s what 1.2 brings to the table:

  • Create custom CPT-onomy archive pages with just a few simple lines of code!
  • Added the ability to set a CPT-onomy term description using ‘term_description’ or ‘{$taxonomy}_description’ filter’.
  • Non-public custom post types can now be used as CPT-onomies.
  • Exclude CPT-onomy terms from being listed in the “Assigning CPT-onomy Terms” admin meta box and, therefore, from being assigned to a post.
  • Added numerous filters, allowing you to:
    • Remove “Assigning CPT-onomy Terms” meta boxes from admin
    • Remove CPT-onomy dropdown filters from admin
    • Remove the CPT-onomy column and/or it’s sortability
    • Customize settings by removing options and setting default property values
  • I changed the cpt_onomy.php filename to cpt-onomy.php to match cpt-onomies.php (I’m not really sure why I gave it an underscore to begin with).
  • I, like many others, fixed the $wpdb->prepare() issue.
  • If you use the following CPT-onomy settings, be sure to re-save your settings to fix potential bugs:
    • Capability Type
    • Capabilities -> Read Private Posts

I hope you enjoy the update! And, like always, please let me know if you find any bugs. If you need me anytime soon, I’ll be the one drinking some damn scotch. Until next time, keep up the awesomeness!

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