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[Closed] Evolving features similar to PODS like pod pages (wildcard support

This support ticket is created 8 years, 9 months ago. There's a good chance that you are reading advice that it now obsolete.

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Last updated by Waqas 8 years, 9 months ago.

Assigned support staff: Waqas.


I am trying to:
I'd like to set up a portfolio/showcase site that manages various content types which are highly related among themselves. (Nice to have: In the admin panel all content types and their taxanomies should be summarized in one main entry like a plugin. So it is way more suitable and saves space. Also an export option to PHP as code for a real plugin or functions.php)
Like in Jasper Galvins online portfolio built with Types and Views but my solution is a bit more complex.
These Custom Post Types and taxanomies will be used to manage this solution: projects, project parts, tasks, employment, employers, education, types of business, types of income, volunteer work, career levels hobbies, type of product, type of publication, type of record, type of school/education, references and contact details information. And that all relates to an interactive CV and vice versa.
Parent-child and bi-directional many-to-many relationships will be needed. It will be translated with WPML.

Examples of possible permalink structures (exerpt): - overview and featured entries - project archive - project detail page - project detail page - task details in this project - task details and overview related work, projects and/or skills - list of related work, projects and/or used skills - description of "skill 5" in task 4

It has to be possible to create wildcard permalinks like /category/%tag-3%/entry-1/. This is really important. Skills is a typical example for wildcard page use so you don't have to create it by yourself. It will be created automaticly after setting a wildcard and content template. It makes it way easier to filter and arrange the content.

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Languages: English (English )

Timezone: Asia/Karachi (GMT+05:00)

Looks like you need a custom solution built on top of Toolset family plugins, and you want features beyond the scope of plugins, such as custom URL handling/redirection. As well as, a tightly integrated dashboard.

I will suggest you to contact our Certified Partners at for a custom solution. They can work closely with you and can help building your project.

Generally you can roam around Toolset User Guides at and can have a general to advanced understanding about the capabilities of these plugins.

However, as a recommendation and support forum policy, it will be great if you open separate thread(s) for each issue/help topic, so we can provide focused solutions.

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