Once you have built a Wordpres custom post, you will often want to style it using it’s own template.
I searhed the web for a solution and courtesy of twothirdsdesign, if found the answer.
The template used for a custom post view is decided by the ‘get_single_template()’ function in the wp-includes/theme.php file. And it basically tells locate_template() to look for single-’post_type’.php or single.php.
So the simplest way to customise the way a custom post is displayed is to add a template file to your theme with the name single-xxxxxx.php
Simples!Tags: Custom post types, templates, WordPress, WP