I'm trying to create
<div class="cat-hidden categories"></div> where
categories is a list of the categories the current post is posted in.
When just using
the_taxonomies(), it outputs something like this:
<div class="cat-hidden Job Type: <a href='http://www.cirkut.net/wp/libertyguide/genre/early-career/'>Early-Career</a>, <a href='http://www.cirkut.net/wp/libertyguide/genre/internship/'>Internship</a>, <a href='http://www.cirkut.net/wp/libertyguide/genre/other/'>Other</a>, and <a href='http://www.cirkut.net/wp/libertyguide/genre/web-developmentit/'>Web Development/IT</a>."></div>`
Whereas I want it to output something similar to this:
<div class="cat-hidden Early-Career Internship Web-Development/IT"></div>
That means I'm going to also have to parse the categories that are outputted because I need
Web Development/IT to be
Web-Development-IT. I'm unsure about the
/ being in there because I think CSS doesn't allow a
/. That's where you experts come along.
I am very proficient in HTML and CSS, and know some PHP and Wordpress, but I don't know where to begin.
If any more info is needed, please let me know.