Select a page to be a custom archive for your post types.
|Author:||Daniel James (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.0|
|WordPress version tested:||4.9.6|
|Added to WordPress repository:||26-05-2018|
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The custom archive settings page within the dashboard.
Viewing the custom archive page in the page list table.
Editing a custom archive page.
You must have at least one custom post type to use this plugin.
- Download, unzip and upload the package to your plugins directory.
- Log into the dashboard and activate within the plugins page.
- Go to Settings > Archives and configure your custom archive pages.
Can I have a custom archive page for posts?
By default WordPress allows you to use a special page as a custom archive page for posts so you don’t need to use this plugin.
Why am I not seeing any options?
You must have at least one custom post type registered on your site for this plugin to have any effect. If you don’t, you cannot use this.
What happens if I delete the page?
If you delete a page that is a custom archive page, it will automatically remove the setting and will safely default back to the standard archive page.
Can the archive use the page permalink instead?
No, due to technical difficulties and user experience considerations; the custom archive page must use the original archive permalink.
Can I use a page for multiple archives?
No, this is not possible as the user is redirected to the original archive page and having multiple redirects would result in an error.