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[Resuelto] Do custom posts ping when published?

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Last updated by Tim Elliott hace 1 año, 4 meses.

Assigned support staff: Shane.


Quick question of how custom posts operate. I've read the following:

"WordPress uses very specific, and different, code to manage changes for pages and posts. For example, there is one function called when a post changes from Scheduled to Published, and another for the same change in Pages. However, the code called for posts includes logging a call to the ping services—that is, it adds a WordPress cron entry to do a ping; pages do not have this action, so they don’t get a ping"
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So if this is the case, do my custom posts generated using Toolset operate like posts or pages when it comes to ping services? I thought there might be a setting for this but can't see one, nor can I find any info on it when I Google it.




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Hi Tim,

Thank you for getting in touch.

Yes Custom post Types created in Types do support Pingbacks, you will need to enable it by going to the edit page of your custom Post type and enabling the Trackback option. See Screenshot



Thanks for confirming.