There are two types of taxonomies in WordPress, and they are category and tag. We can add more taxonomies by using Custom Taxonomy function. However, sometimes, this function will be complicated and take much time. CC Custom Taxonomy plugin made by the Chuyencode team supports developers to be easier to create as many taxonomies as they want.
- Add as many custom taxonomies as you want.
- Add new fields including text, text area, color picker, image, icon, switcher, Wysiwyg editor, gallery, background for each taxonomy as you want.
If you want to see more detail, just find the information below. CC Custom Taxonomy is totally free now.
Step 1: Download CC Custom Taxonomy from WordPress.org, then from Dashboard => Plugins => Add New => click on Upload Plugin button to upload CC Custom Taxonomy plugin.
Step 2: After upload CC Custom Taxonomy plugin successfully, from Dashboard => Plugins => Installed Plugins => click on Activate button to activate this plugin.
After activating CC Custom Taxonomy plugin, CC Taxonomy will be added on the Dashboard => click on that to add new taxonomy.
General tab to add new taxonomy. Enter the title of a new taxonomy. Add Singular Name and Slug, and choose Type (category or tag) for the new taxonomy. Then assign the new taxonomy for the available taxonomy.
Choose an available Taxonomy from the list. And choose a type for the new field (text, textarea, color picker, image, icon, switcher, Wysiwyg editor, gallery, background). You can add as many fields for one taxonomy as you want.
In case, if you want to call the custom fields on the frontend, please use function ccct_get_option_taxonomy($term, $option_name)
$term: term id you want to call out
$option_name: Field Singular Name in Custom Fields