100 Days of Code

Today, I tackled an exciting part of WordPress development: creating custom post types. The snippet I worked on is a PHP function designed to simplify this process. Here's a breakdown of how it functions: Function: create_custom_post_type Purpose: This function dynamically generates custom post types in WordPress. Parameters: It takes four parameters - $type, $singular_name, $plural_name, and $dashicon. $type: The key for the custom post type. $singular_name & $plural_name: These define the names used throughout the WordPress admin area. $dashicon: Specifies the icon displayed in the WordPress dashboard (default is 'admin-post').