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    I cant create a topic with more then (i didnt count them) 25 words orso…

    What is appenin? 🙂


    This is a bbPress issue we’ve been battling with. I’ve just tried something else – let me know if it continues to happen.


    Hi tom, just saw your email in my mailbox (i’m the same guy 😉

    Thanks for responding. i will try again, and will let you know if it happens again.


    ok, i typed why because my post got rejected…. Too many words?

    here goes:

    After searching and tweaking, fiddling and trying, I decided to ask my question on the forum 🙂

    I have 2 custom post types;
    – Speaker
    – Abstracts (something the speaker said)

    The abstracts are shown in a 3 column grid on the homepage.

    My client asked if it’s possible to show the link to the speaker, under the title of the abstract. (as I would with a category or a tag).

    Normally I would connect those via a category or a tag, but as these are both custom post types, it’s not possible (out of the box) to make a relation between these 2 post types.

    In the ‘Abstract’ post, I made a custom field (link) with the Generatepress Elements/hooks, so I can select the url to the speaker, and show it on that particular abstract below the content.

    Now, my question;
    How can I show this same link (to the speaker of this abstract) under the title of the post type abstract?

    On the 3 column grid of this homepage, https://www.digitalhumanitiestilburg.com/

    The way the abstract should look (title, category – we are not going to use images here, so text only and no cards or any fancy layout)

    I would like the same speaker-link as in: https://www.digitalhumanitiestilburg.com/abstracts/finding-the-human-in-the-dark-forest-perspectives-on-user-practices-outside-of-social-media-platforms/ (speaker is below the content, in the yellow box).

    I have also tried to place this same code below via a custom hook, but it didn’t work (maybe I missed an important step or messed up the custom hook- which I found somewhere on the forum wpsp_below_title or something like that)

    The code I used for the custom link is this (and i’d like to ‘get’ the same link to show under the title of the abstracts):

    <div class=”speaker-wrapper”>

    $link = get_field(‘speaker_in_abstract’);
    if( $link ):
    $link_url = $link[‘url’];
    $link_title = $link[‘title’];
    $link_target = $link[‘target’] ? $link[‘target’] : ‘_self’;

    <div class=”speaker-info”>
    ” target=”<?php echo esc_attr( $link_target ); ?>”><?php echo esc_html( $link_title ); ?>

    <?php endif; ?>

    Hope you can help me out!
    Thanks in advance!


    Hi there,

    Please see my reply here:

    Let us know how it goes.

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