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Bold City Design is rated 5 out of 5.0 stars based on 11 review(s).


These guys are full of energy and great ideas.  They are local to the area and have a great reputation but also young enough to bring new technology and fresh ideas.  We had previously been working with another company on website marketing but the relationship had grown stale.  The same thing again and again and the results simply were not there.  Bold City has provided great direction and a new plan that we’re excited to see through.  I would certainly recommend them to others.

- Tess Riley


We hired Bold City to handle a marketing campaign for a newly released product we were rolling out.  We searched high and low before making a decision but the reviews & portfolio of Bold City coupled with cost considerations made this decision a no-brainer.  Bold City has been terrific crafting both an organic marketing campaign and PPC campaign to help drive our product sales.  While still in the early stages, we’re already seeing results and are looking forward to 2019!

- Tom Karol


Cabe and crew have been nothing but professional and highly organized throughout our entire website design project with them.  They had excellent recommendations in terms of content and flow of our website.  We would definitely recommend them to others.

- Mark Dawson


We LOVE Bold City.  If you’ve been searching for a web design company and afraid you’ll choose the wrong one, stop worrying!  You’ve found them.  Just don’t get too busy and forget about us :).

- Haley Walter


We’re a Jacksonville based technology company that needed to outsource a WordPress project.  A previous employee we had moved on from the company and we had nobody that understood our internal WordPress system.  Bold City really impressed me by how quickly they were able to pickup where our employee had left off.  They had several recommendations that improved our processes and made the system run better.  They were fair with pricing and will continue to be our go to company for any and all WordPress related questions or work.  Great job guys!

- Bob Turner


I’ve been working with Cabe on and off for nearly a decade.  We met on a mutual project and I’ve continued to keep him close due to his understanding of WordPress and ability to handle pretty much anything I throw at him custom development-wise.  Me being based in Canada, we’ve never actually met face to face but his communication skills are hard to find in a developer.  I don’t believe he’s ever missed a deadline and he’s always been willing to work with me to solve complex problems.  I can’t say enough about his ability to organize complex issues down to simple processes.  I’m sure Bold City follows his attention to detail and fulfillment of their promises.  I would recommend them to anybody.

- Kirby Sampson


The best of the best.  You’ve earned a client for life.  For anybody else looking, these guys know their stuff. Fast, affordable and understand that times money. 

- James McConnell


Can I give them 6 stars?!? These guys rock.  Local St. Augustine company that is always available when you need them.  If you’re looking for a great web design company you’ve just found it!

- Lucy Keller


We’re big fans of Bold City and have been since we started our website back in 2014.  Always very easy to get a hold of and give honest answers to our questions.  Fair with pricing and very reliable.  What else could you ask for?

- Mary Acumen


We had been with our previous web design company for nearly 5 years.  They were good but we didn’t feel like what they were doing was working.  We decided to make the switch to Bold City and the change of pace has been better than expected.  Great communication and bringing fresh ideas to our business and marketing.  If you’re looking to make change or starting a new business I would highly recommend Bold City.

- Jane Thomas


Trust me, your go to guys when it comes to website design.  As a general contractor, I wouldn’t call myself tech savvy.  These guys were efficient at explaining the process and delivered on every promise they made.  They know what their talking about and do great work.  Would recommend them to anybody.

- Greg Rodgers

Manually Define Permalink Sub-Directory For Custom Post Type

Manually Define Permalink Sub-Directory For Custom Post Type

This post was originally created on our sister site WP Cover.
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February 1, 2018

Have you ever wanted to manually define a sub-directory permalink structure for a specific post?  Or have a sub-directory permalink automatically added based on a custom taxonomy term the post is assigned to?

Either way, it is possible!  Let’s jump into some custom functions.

Before we go further, the first step is to register our custom post type where we want to utilize the permalink structure on.  We’ll register this post type called ‘venue’ using the following:

function register_venue() {
    $args = array(
      'label' => 'Venue',
        'public' => true,
        'show_ui' => true,
        'has_archive' => true,
        'capability_type' => 'page',
        'hierarchical' => false,
        'rewrite' => array(
            'slug' => 'venue/%location%',
            'with_front' => false
        'query_var' => true,
        'menu_icon' => 'dashicons-location-alt',
        'supports' => array(
    register_post_type( 'venue', $args );
add_action( 'init', 'register_venue' );

The important line to take note of is the slug which utilizes the variable %location%. This will be replaced when we create a new post.

Now that we have the custom post type registered, we have two approaches we can use to replace %location% for the individual post. Our first option is going to take a taxonomy term assigned to the post and apply the slug to the permalink.

Here’s what our function would look like.  Looking for assigned terms within a custom taxonomy called ‘location’.

function events_permalink_structure($post_link, $post, $leavename, $sample)
    if ( false !== strpos( $post_link, '%location%' ) ) {
        $event_type_term = get_the_terms( $post->ID, 'location' );
        $post_link = str_replace( '%location%', array_pop( $event_type_term )->slug, $post_link );
    return $post_link;

Option #2 could leverage a custom field (in this case using Advanced Custom Fields) to manually assign the permalink directory from a custom field. Here we are grabbing the custom field value ‘location_permalink’ and inserting it into the permalink.

function events_permalink_structure($post_link, $post, $leavename, $sample)
    if ( false !== strpos( $post_link, '%location%' ) ) {
        $event_type_term = get_field('location_permalink', $post->ID);
        $post_link = str_replace( '%location%', $event_type_term, $post_link );
    return $post_link;

Enjoy :).

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