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Anjum
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You could also create a page template, query your custom post type in it, and create a page using that template. Use that page as your frontpage. Done :)

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armandmorin
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the problem with the solution given is that if your homepage will redirect to to the url of the post type.

Example…

home page url – http://www.example.com

would redirect to – http://www.example.com/post-slug/custom-post-page

I’m looking for a solution, but haven’t found it yet.

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dom4biz
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the problem with the solution given is that if your homepage will redirect to to the url of the post type.

Example…

home page url – http://www.ecoeconow.org Armand have you found a work around for this issue yet?

would redirect to – [url removed]

I’m looking for a solution, but haven’t found it yet.
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