I created a few custom-taxonomies within the functions. So I wrote a test post and assigned with one term of the new taxonomy only, but when I hit Publish, WordPress assigns automatically the Default Post Category to it as well. And when I click View on that post, the permalink shows the post under the default category term and not the term of the new custom-taxonomy I choose. I will distribute the already existing posts among the new taxonomies. To get rid of categories on posts, unregister that taxonomy for posts. But the permalink still shows the term of the deleted Category. I even changed, but nothing happens to the permalink. I cleaned the cache and everything from my browser, and nothing.
Using other Plugins to help
Update : Since version 5. This tutorial is still accurate, but will be updated in the future to provide more information on extending our own classes. There are various plugins which allow you to create custom taxonomies and associate them or already present taxonomies with existing custom post types.
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Bulk delete tags in WordPress
Problem: The taxonomy terms of a translated post can't be are not removed and new terms are not added. Solution: For a standard post, undeleted tags can originate when a post is duplicated and then set to be an independent translation by editing that post. The tags to the original post are copied to the translation by the duplication. These tags are then considered to be in the second language despite the real wording, because they have been "translated".
Most WordPress users are familiar with tags and categories and with how to use them to organize their blog posts. If you use custom post types in WordPress, you might need to organize them like categories and tags. Categories and tags are examples of taxonomies, and WordPress allows you to create as many custom taxonomies as you want. These custom taxonomies operate like categories or tags, but are separate. A taxonomy is a WordPress content type, used primarily to organize content of any other content type. The two taxonomies everyone is familiar with are built in: categories and tags. Categories and tags represent the two types of taxonomies: hierarchical and non-hierarchical.