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[Closed] Templates for Taxonomy-Archives

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Last updated by Wolf-Dieter 11 years, 12 months ago.


There's already another posting here asking how to add custom templates for taxonomy-archives. Bruce refers to step 5 in the tutorial… but there is no step 5 😉

What I'd like to have, as an example. Event calendar with custom taxonomy "event location". So to filter all events at location A, the url would be something like hidden link. This works but gives me the default archive format of my WordPress template and treats all the entries as regular postings.



In Views->Settings you can select which Content Template to use to each taxonomy archives.


Thanks for the quick answer. Works fine in WordPress default template, fails in Thesis 1.82 … will have a look at the template code.

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