How to display Custom Post Types (Custom Post Type UI plugin used)

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    Hi there,

    I’ve used the plugin “Custom Post Type UI” to create custom post types on my test site, as I want to show a few products (each one is a separate post).

    I’ve got the taxonomy & post type set up, and have created one custom post, but haven’t discovered the way to have them show up in a sort of listings page – is there some PHP or HTML that I can add to a page (or perhaps in the theme function PHP file) to do this?

    I have a “Shop” page, which has some code on for a shopping cart, but I also want to display a grid listing of other products not in the shopping cart – all on the same page.

    (Note: these aren’t products that can go into a shopping cart as they aren’t for sale on my site – I’m just displaying them & then linking to other sites)

    Any ideas/tips would be much appreciated!


    Hey Tracey,

    Sounds like you’re needing a custom archive template? Can you give a usage example of what type of post types and taxonomies you’re wanting to combine on a single page?

    This link might help you start thinking about archive templates automatically included in WP:

    Here’s another article on creating an archive page for a CPT:


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    Hi Carrie,

    Thanks for the useful links, much appreciated – I managed to find a way around it that worked ok but the link to the Genesis CPT plugin is useful for future reference!

    Many thanks…

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