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Nov
18
accepted get_terms: determine if taxonomy term has children
Nov
18
comment get_terms: determine if taxonomy term has children
@PieterGoosen voila! That edit has fixed it, worked a charm :)
Nov
18
comment get_terms: determine if taxonomy term has children
Thanks for your suggestion, doesn't seem to work though? I've implemented the code, to no effect as the parent class isn't being added?
Nov
18
asked get_terms: determine if taxonomy term has children
Nov
10
comment get taxonomy terms for parent and child
this is bring up a parse error: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '['?
Nov
10
asked get taxonomy terms for parent and child
Nov
10
accepted query multiple taxonomies
Nov
9
comment query multiple taxonomies
@SLH ok, unless its something I'm doing wrong...would you possibly be able to put the full code in an answer so I can test?
Nov
9
comment query multiple taxonomies
@SLH yes but what about $terms = wp_get_post_terms( $post->ID, 'products-category' ); as this is only using the product-category taxonomy term?
Nov
9
asked query multiple taxonomies
Nov
6
comment query and paginate multiple post types
@PieterGoosen ah yes, changing to paged worked a treat! Although for some reason the wpsc-product post type aren't being paginated as none of those posts are appearing on page 2 onwards?
Nov
6
comment query and paginate multiple post types
@PieterGoosen It's being used on page-products.php template. OK, so is there a way of achieving what I'm after?
Nov
6
asked query and paginate multiple post types
Nov
6
accepted posts_nav_link on single post template
Nov
6
accepted Display taxonomy term slugs
Nov
6
accepted ascending order custom post type
Nov
4
asked ascending order custom post type
Oct
20
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
28
asked Display taxonomy term slugs
Sep
28
accepted Display empty taxonomy terms with get_terms()