[Resolved] taxonomy.php not working

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This topic contains 2 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  coderD 4 months, 1 week ago. The support staff assigned to this topic is Luo Yang.

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I am trying to: use taxonomy.php to display CPT based on the custom taxonomy.

I expected to see: taxonomy.php to show the CPT's post based on the custom taxonomy.

Instead, I got:
Redirected to a 404.php.
All other plugins have being deactivated but the problem still persists.


Luo Yang
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Dear coder,

I assume we are talking about a custom taxonomy created with Types plugin, I just tested it in my localhost, but can not duplicate same problem with the latest version of Types plugin.
Are you viewing the custom taxonomy term's archive page.
Custom taxonomies use a slightly different template file path:

If the problem still exists, please describe detail steps to duplicate same problem:
How do you setup the custom taxonomy and custom post type?
Where and how do you see the 404 error page?

I need to duplicate same problem and debug it in my localhost.


Dear Luo Yang

Sorry for the late reply. I got it resolved already.
Thank you.

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