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Home » Course » WordPress Directory and Classifieds Sites » Creating Custom Searches for Directory Items

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According to the toolset manual, if I create a custom post type, I think the custom post type will be displayed in the search filter's taxonomy filter. In my case, I didn't see the custom post type, but I want to know if I made any mistakes in the toolset operation.

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Mateus Getulio
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Hi there,

Thanks for your contact!

There is no way to add post types into the custom search filters - so these options you're seeing are the correct and default ones. It seems that by adding the simple 'text search', you'll have the desired results. Could you please give it a try?

If this is not exactly what you wanted, I'm not sure if I fully understood what you're trying to achieve here. Can you please explain it a bit more, perhaps?

Looking forward to your reply. Thank you.

Regards,
Mateus.

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