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Determine Term depth

I'm looking to be able to find the depth of a term within it's hierarchical tree. Produce -- Vegetables ---- Carrot ---- Onion ---- Celery -- Fruit ---- Apple ------ HoneyCrisp ----Orange Produce ...
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2answers
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Get terms in hierarchical taxonomy which are associated with page and are children of a parent term

I have a hierarchical custom taxonomy ("photos"), with 3 parent terms ("color", "location", "year"). Each parent term has several children terms. I have associated the "photos" taxonomy with pages and ...
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1answer
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Rewrite rules for varying nested terms of custom taxonomy

I've searched the net an the only working solution to this seems to be this post by Jeff which does everything except handle nested terms. Does anybody know how to change the rewrite based on the ...
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0answers
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List Posts For Terms Of A Custom Taxonomy For Any Post Type

The function is great and i am using this function with these filter to just display selected taxonomy term posts by id, but what result i am getting is like this Child Taxonomy 1 - Child Taxonomy 1 ...
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1answer
549 views

Determine if Term has Grandparent/Great-Grandparent

I have a custom taxonomy (hierarchical) for which I'm outputting the results. For example's purpose: --Drinks ----Tequila ------Reposado ------Blanco ----Beer & Wine ------Beer ------Wine ...
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3answers
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get_posts assigned to a specific custom taxonomy term, and not the term's children

Say I have the following taxonomy terms: Term 1 Term 1.1 Term 1.2 Term 2 Term 2.1 How can I get only posts that are assigned to Term 1 and not include those that are assigned to Term 1.1 or ...
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3answers
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get taxonomy name of current post

Hierarchical taxonomy of custom post type 'projects' > 'projects_category'. Two example 'projects_category' hierarchies would be: Big Corporates > 1st Company Name > A Post Title Small ...
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8answers
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How to show a hierarchical terms list?

I have a hierarchical taxonomy called 'geographical locations'. It contains continents on a first level, and then the countries for each one. Example : Europe - Ireland - Spain - Sweden Asia - Laos - ...