Types plugin allows you to organize your site in any way you need, by adding custom post types, taxonomies, and fields. While the complete Toolset package allows you to display this custom content on the front-end without programming, you can also display custom content by editing your theme’s PHP files.

  1. Creating Templates for Custom Post Types
  2. Creating Templates for Custom Post Type Archives
  3. Creating Custom User Profiles
  4. Creating Taxonomy Term Archives
  5. Displaying repeating fields of one kind
  6. Displaying child posts
  7. Displaying repeatable groups of fields
  8. Displaying parent posts
  9. Loading WordPress content from the database
  10. Updating Types fields using PHP
  11. Post Relationships API
  12. Types Fields API

To make it easier to follow this documentation, we’ve created example PHP templates, which show how this works. These example templates are located in the examples folder inside Types. Download Types from your Toolset account, extract it and you will see the “examples” folder. In it, there are template files that demonstrate how to display custom types, fields and taxonomy on the front-end.