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comment query grandchildren taxonomy terms
thanks for your answer, very very close here. Although this foreach is display all terms, parent, children and grand-children. I was hoping to displaying the grand-children as a sub-menu within the relevant child term if possible?
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comment get_terms: determine if taxonomy term has children
@PieterGoosen voila! That edit has fixed it, worked a charm :)
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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?
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comment get taxonomy terms for parent and child
this is bring up a parse error: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '['?
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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?
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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?
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