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I have categories set up for car manufacturers.

I have 4 custom taxonomies that are also set up: color, starburst, offer_type, and logo_count.

Each post I upload to my wordpress has values for all 4 of those taxonomies and is assigned a category. I have a custom page template setup to display all posts that have the same category as the current page's slug.


<?php query_posts('category_name='.get_the_title().'&post_status=publish,future&posts_per_page=-1');?>

My end goal is to display the taxonomies in the sidebar and allow users to visit a manufacturer's page, and filter the content they want to see based on their selections in the sidebar.

I know how to display the taxonomies in the sidebar, I'm just not sure how I would have the content filtered.

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If you're going to -1 at least say why. – nysos3 Feb 19 '13 at 18:17
up vote 0 down vote accepted

Found an answer to my own question. Still not sure how to implement it myself, but a plugin does this perfectly.

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