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Oslo WordPress Meetup Message Board › Best Practice utilizing Advanced Custom Fields?

Best Practice utilizing Advanced Custom Fields?

Kjartan A.
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Oslo, NO
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Take my beer brewing blog as en example. I've created a fields group for recipes. Inside the group I've got some general fields, number fields, repeater fields and taxonomy (yeast, hops, malt).

What's the best way to use Advanced Custom Fields?

Recipes within a Custom Post:
Recipes are 'stored' added and managed separate.

Recipes within post:
Recipes are part of my regular blog.
Whenever someone submit a new recipe, it will be thrown out to siteamp, XML, 'latest posts', etc.


Regardless with direction I choose, I think it should be fairly easy to create custom archive and post view for recipes.
I have noticed that taxonomies are behaving differently if I create a recipe within a custom post or post.

So, my question is, Where should I store recipes ?

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