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Using same slug for custom post type and custom taxonomy

It is fairly common that you, as a website manager, would like to use the same slug for custom post type as for custom taxonomy, but it is not a simple thing to do if you are not familiar with WordPress permalink structures.

I will explain, say your archive page is `www.domain.com/web-tutorials` – that is the page that will hold all of your posts under the `web-tutorials` custom post type. Now you want your web-tutorial(a singular post) URL to be www.domain.com/web-tutorials/taxonomy-category/post-name

web-tutorials Will be your custom post type slug.

taxonomy-category Your taxonomy category.

post-name Will be your post name/title.

It is impossible to do so without coding customizations, and to my surprise, it is a simple one.

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How to adjust post content before echoing it to the screen?

This one will be quick, I will show you how to adjust, change, nor filter the post’s content before echoing it to the screen.

It is fairly straightforward , you just need to use a WordPress filter for that

add_filter( 'the_content', 'filter_function_name' );

filter_function_name( $content ) {

    if ( is_single() ) {
        $content = str_replace( '<p>', '<p class="p-class">', $content );

    return $content; // a must - return content in any case


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