I’ve been playing with custom post types and taxonomies for organizing all things not post and I wanted to customize my admin edit screens for each new custom post type. Navjot Singh’s tutorial[^1] and this thread on Theme Hybrid’s forums[^2] both provide an introduction to adding taxonomy columns. However, I am lazy and don’t like hardcoding in variables each time I add a custom post type or new taxonomy.
The following set of functions grabs a list of available taxonomies for a given `post_type` and automatically adds columns to the appropriate admin pages, without the need to hardcode each post type to taxonomy relationships.
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I use [FeedWordPress](http://feedwordpress.radgeek.com/) to scrape my personal RSS feeds on various services into my WordPress blog as individual posts. Before the advent of [custom post types](http://justintadlock.com/archives/2010/04/29/custom-post-types-in-wordpress), I used categories and tags to separate these scraped posts from regular blog posts. However, it now seems more logical to add some of these posts as a custom post type.
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If you know that you will want to apply a filter to all of your post titles in WordPress, such as forcing uppercase, lowercase, or title capitalization, you can use a filter to do so. This filter will force a title to lowercase as the post is saved.
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