[wp-hackers] Parent/child relationship between two different hierarchical CPTs
matthew at mcgarity.me
Fri Nov 4 12:28:10 UTC 2011
On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 10:17 PM, Mike Schinkel
<mikeschinkel at newclarity.net>wrote:
> On Nov 3, 2011, at 11:11 PM, Matthew McGarity wrote:
> > Using the post_parent field, can you have a parent/child relationship
> > between two different hierarchical CPTs?
> > For example, let's say I have two CPTs, whose permalinks might look
> > something like the following when non-related to one another:
> > Parks -- http://example.com/parks/yosemite/
> > Features -- http//example.com/features/half-dome/
> > When related, could you have a URL like the following?
> > http://example.com/parks/yosemite/half-dome/
> > In practice, this doesn't work on our test site, although I believe our
> > register_post_type() call is correct and we have these properly related
> > the post_parent field.
> When you say "we have these properly related via the post_parent field",
> what did you do to handle that? (I ask so we can answer your question.)
@Mike Thanks for the reply. We have a custom metabox on Features, whose
dropdown is a list of the Parks posts we want to use as parents. Upon
save, we are committing the selected Park's post ID to the Feature's
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