In WordPress, terms are itens set to a taxonomy, i.e. when you create new categories or tags you create new terms.

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wp_update_term: How could i update the “name”?

I was just looking at wp_update_term and haven't found any possibility to update the "name" of the term. My scenario is pretty simple: I got some predefined taxonomy terms in a config file like this ...
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terms_description and admin problem

Hey hi, I am using a piece of code, where with help of it I can display the description of the term to my archives page. My idea of doing this is simple, I have MBA website and I have 3 ...
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Query posts with double taxonomy

So I have a custom type called "vendors" and two custom taxonomies for it. One is "state" and the other is "type". I am trying to list all the vendors from a certain state on one page. I'm using the ...
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Custom Taxonomy Term Caching?

I have two Custom Post Types, "event", and "opportunity". They share a custom hierarchal taxonomy, "location". My client had added a handful of terms (United States (parent), then a few States ...
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Formating the_terms() function output

This code: <?php the_terms($post->ID, 'type') ?> Gives: <a href="/archives/type/image" rel="tag">Tag</a> What do to if I want to display only "Tag" word, not link eg. Tag ...
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Checking if a Page has an Associated Term?

I am looking for a way to do some conditional logic on terms associated with a post. Essentially I created my own custom taxonomy for "age groups" and have created three terms for them. Kids, Teens, ...