In this chapter, I've shown you how to move beyond the built-in content types in WordPress—way beyond! You can add small custom fields to posts and pages or create entirely new content types of your own, and you can categorize and tag them with many sets of taxonomy terms. You now have all the tools you need to create a completely customized database of content, all with the same user-friendly editing interfaces WordPress is famous for.
Up to this point, you've talked about setting up a single WordPress site. In the next chapter, you'll learn how to create a whole network of WordPress sites from one installation.
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