If you simply want to change how a post type is displayed in the WordPress admin, you can simply change its labels, or use a plugin like this one to do it for you. If on the other hand you need to rename the post type’s slug for some technical reason, then you can follow the […]

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In this post, I’ll outline how to make the post title field required for a custom post type in WordPress. By default, if a user leaves the title field blank, WordPress will still allow the post to be published or updated. What we want to do is prevent the custom post type from being published/updated […]

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If you create a custom post type in WordPress, its slug will be added to the permalink (URL) structure by default. This can be desirable for grouping types of posts together, but it can also result in longer, harder-to-remember URLs, not to mention articles that don’t rank as highly on Google  according to Yoast, who is an authority […]

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