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Custom Post Types allow you to store different types of content in the database. By default, there are five types built into WordPress: post, page, attachment, revisions, and nav menus. Custom Taxonomies allow you to group content in different ways. WordPress has three taxonomies built in: category, tag, and link category. By using custom post types and custom taxonomies, you can extend the functionality of WordPress to store any type you like.
Glenn Ansley, respected member of the WordPress community, and local to the Triangle, will discuss how to create, implement, and manage Custom Post Types.
Bring your laptops and appetites, and be ready to hack!
We'll also have plenty of WordPress stickers, pencils, and other swag to give out for attendees.
Raffle Giveaways to Attendees:
*WP e-Commerce plugin Gold Cart upgrade - Dan Milward of getshopped.org
*iThemes Builder theme - Cory Miller of iThemes.com
*free WebDesign.com membership (1 month) - Benjamin Bradley of webdesign.com
*Headway theme - Grant Griffiths of headwaythemes.com
*Genesis Theme License - Craig Tuller of StudioPress
*Gravity Forms plugin license - Carl Hancock of RocketGenius
*Press75 theme license - Jason Schuller of Press75