custompress clarification

hiya !

love this one :slight_smile:

one question on use in multisite : why is it indicated to network activate it, and is it usable on per site basis ?

custom post will are they just created on the site using theme or networkside ?

  • Mason
    • DEV MAN’s Sidekick

    Hiya Aphrodite,

    We're looking to improve the way CustomPress handles network activation vs. site-by-site at the moment. You're right that it is currently activated across all sites (with each site having acess to the custom post types, though they'll be kept at individual site levels like normal posts)

    Hope that helps!

    Thanks!

  • Aphrodite
    • The Reaper

    yes and there is something else....

    How to use that on multisite with custom style creation !!! It is for the moment quite impossible since it requires manual intervention to change chmod of the theme folder !!!

    Woudn't be possible to store those custum stylesheet in the site folder, or at least in a specific folder of the plugin because if not that mean the plugin is not usable for users...

  • Ivan
    • The Incredible Code Injector

    How to use that on multisite with custom style creation !!! It is for the moment quite impossible since it requires manual intervention to change chmod of the theme folder !!!

    Woudn't be possible to store those custum stylesheet in the site folder, or at least in a specific folder of the plugin because if not that mean the plugin is not usable for users...

    CustomPress is not tight to your theme, meaning each blog on your network can use different theme and output the same content types ( since CustomPress's Content Types operate on root level MS ). Each blog can have very different implementation of the same post_types, taxonomies, custom fields, you name it.

    You don't need to use the option in the admin to create templates for your custom post types. All you need to do is to study how WordPress Template Hierarchy is organized http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Hierarchy and create all the templates you require from your post_types, taxonomies or what have you. You can add all the styles you require in your "style.css" file in your active theme.

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