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Awesome. And actually I’d like to build a page similar to what you have there. In that you have what appears to be other taxonomies listed (states and countries). I assume that organizations is a post type or is that a taxonomy as well?
To give an example of what I’m trying to accomplish, I’m converting this static HTML site into WordPress: http://patiodepot-inc.com/AreasWeService/State-CALIFORNIA/
So with these custom post types I’ve created, I’d set a taxonomy for the location and then services provided in that location. In the example I provided, if you were to click on any one item, you’d then be sent to a second taxonomy page that lists the services for that area. Then clicking on any particular service takes you to the post of this custom post type. I hope this is all making sense.
I know this seems super convoluted for what it is, but it’s how the customer wants it and I’m just trying to make it work with this Genesis child theme.
Thanks again for your help and input.
Thanks for the quick response John!
I’m still a novice when it comes to PHP, so forgive my ignorance with my questions.
With the above code, I assume I still have to have my <php> tags at the top and bottom? And looking at the code you provided, is it correct that this archive page will be listing all three custom taxonomies? Ideally, I’d like a separate page for each of the taxonomies…is that feasible by adjust the above code and making three different archive pages?
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