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Where can I find the archive page for a custom post type?

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#21 Simon_P



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Posted 11 October 2012 - 06:30 PM

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#22 ccowell


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Posted 16 January 2013 - 08:54 PM

Hi jcritty or Rob, I am trying to do the exact same thing but I do not follow your solution. When I created a CPT named "Podcast", Pageline automatically creates a "Podcast Archive" template in the "Drag and Drop" section. I like that feature, but when I try to create a new wordpress page and then select a template (For example Template 1, Template 2 and so forth) I can't find the "Podcast Archive". Why can't I select this archive template? Thanks.

#23 James B†

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Posted 17 January 2013 - 02:09 AM

Hi Ccowell, please start a new thread for your post :-)

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Posted 22 April 2013 - 02:18 PM


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I read through this post and, yes, you were correct you guys were going in circles.


When you create a custom post type (manually, via WP-Types plugin, activating a PageLines Section, or however else), PageLines detects it and shows it in Drag and Drop, as you noticed.


To answer your question...

It depends how your registered (i.e. created) your custom post type. Check out

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You have to:

1) specify has_archive

2) your slug will be the has_archive value unless you use rewrite

3) in which case, the slug will be the rewrite value


Hopefully that clears it up for you and anyone else that finds this topic in the future.