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display custom taxonomies

Posted on 2014-01-21
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Dear experts,

I created a static page named FUN to display my custom post type named Directory. Also I crated a custom taxonomy named directory cat. Inside that directory cat taxonomy I crated the following categories: Shop, Play and Games.

I have a secondary nav menu on my FUN page which contains all my custom taxonomies such as shop, play and games.  How can I display all my custom post types under the same page. for example, instead of http://localhost/directory-cat/shop, I would like to see: http://localhost/fun/directory-cat/shop

I would greatly appreciate any help.

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Should I create a different taxonomy template for each of my custom taxonomies? For example taxonomy-{directory-cat}-{term}.php?
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Any ideas?
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ok, never mind, I ended up creating different custom taxonomy templates for each term and then added a custom menu to display every custom taxonomy term as I wanted.
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I found out the solution
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