Magento 2 WordPress Integration Post Types & Taxonomies

Use your custom post types and custom taxonomies from WordPress in your Magento WordPress integrated blog using this module.

All custom post type and custom taxonomy data is automatically picked up by Magento and made available via your integrated blog.

  • Product updates and support for 12 months
  • Instant access via private Composer repository or download as a ZIP
Build your content using customPost types & taxonomies
  1. Adds support for custom post types and custom taxonomies
  2. Supports registering post types and taxonomies in PHP or using a plugin (eg. Custom Post Type UI).
Compatible with all versions of Magento 2.4.*

Post Types & Taxonomies

This Magento extension provides support for the custom post types and custom taxonomy features of WordPress. It is the best way to build multiple content rich sections of your Magento store.

  • Easy Integration

    Any custom post types or custom taxonomies that you create in WordPress will automatically be picked up by this module and any future changes instantly recognised.

  • Multiple Blogs

    Combine this module with Root and you can create what appears on the frontend to be multiple separate blogs but is actually just different post types (eg. /blog /news /articles /recipes). Each section is completely independent of the others.

  • SEO

    Create content at the perfect URL for your SEO aims and populate those URLs with good SEO content.

  1. What is an add-on module?

    A WordPress Integration add-on module is a module that only works if you first install our free Magento 2 WordPress Integration module to integrate WordPress into Magento 2. The add-on module provides extra functionality to the core integration module.

  2. How do I download an extension?

    All FishPig extensions can be downloaded as ZIP files or installed/upgraded automatically using Composer and our private Composer repository.

  3. Do FishPig modules support the Hyva theme?

    Yes, all FishPig modules are compatible with the Hyva theme for Magento 2.

  1. The Fresh Lab
    Post Types & Taxonomies

    awesome extensions from FishPig with fantastic support and help. Would definitely recomment.

  2. Dan P
    Post Types & Taxonomies

    This is an good module that we use in addition to the base Fishpig WP Integration Extension to make 'section heading' posts. We wanted a separate type of post to serve as a 'section masthead' and include a custom size thumbnails, a couple of extra text fields and extra links. The Post Types & Taxonomies extension allowed us to implement this feature easily.

    Additionally I would like to add that this extension as well as the core Fishpig extension is extremely well supported and frequently updated. Our support questions were promptly and effectively answered. In short I'm very happy with the quality of the extensions and support that Fishpig offers and would definitely recommend.

  3. Erik Hansen
    Post Types & Taxonomies

    This Add-on is invaluable if you want to take advantage of Wordpress's custom post types. We're using this Add-on to power custom post types for pages like "Team", "Gallery", and "Press release".

  4. Dan
    Custom Post Types

    Brilliant module, it works out of the box and requires minimal investigation.
    I particularly like that it adds layout handles to post type list and views - very handy when you're doing some heavy customisation.

  5. Kudos
    Custom Post Types

    This extension worked as expected and without any issues. I emailed Fishpig for some direction regarding the layout templates and not only did they reply promptly, they also added information to the installation instructions. First class service, thanks guys,

  6. Robbie Donaldson
    Custom Post Types in WordPress Integration

    The custom post types extension really opened things up for me on Wordpress and Magento as I am using Options Tree and Meta Box (the Rilwis Deluxe Blog Tips one) in Wordpress for custom post types and I'm pulling that across for use in custom templates in Magento. So using Wordpress as the CMS for it really.

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