‘Global’ settings page for multisite plugin

I’m working on a plugin that will be installed in a multisite instance. How do I create a single settings page that is visible at the « Network admin » level only – most of the guides i’ve seen relate to a standard blog level plugin. Any links to information would be useful, otherwise I’ll just end up going through sitewide tags to see how it’s being done there. [Update] Looks like sitewide_tags uses add_site_option, get_site_option and update_site_option, and these functions use wp_sitemeta. However, from what I can see, there’s no support…

Multiple post types – share same ReWrite slug?

I’ve run into another wonderful 404 issue. I’m trying to have 2 seperate post types that share the same rewrite slug. I’ve flushed my rewrite rules, and when I test only 1 of the CPT works- the other gets a 404. My rewrite that I wish to use for both is: ‘rewrite’ => array(‘slug’ => ‘team/%teamtype%’), Anyone know how to handle this? add_action( ‘init’, ‘create_rider_type’ ); function create_rider_type() { register_post_type(‘riders’, array( ‘description’ => ‘rider custom post type’, ‘show_ui’ => true, ‘menu_position’ => 5, ‘menu_icon’ => get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . ‘/images/riders.png’, ‘exclude_from_search’ =>…

Loop for custom post types filtered by a taxonomy

I am using the Custom Post Type feature in WordPress 3 to create an Events section for my website. I am able to get this to display by using the relevante template files, but I also want the event listings visible on other pages. I’ve done this with the normal post types but these are based on category IDs which Custom Post Types don’t have. Each event has a taxonomy for country and I want to be able to loop through the events and display only events for specific countries…