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Let me preface this by saying that I am new to Wordpress customization and don't know how to write code, but I can stumble through customizations involving simple copy/paste instructions. So, this question is very basic. Sorry.

I'm using a plugin that asks for the term id for the custom taxonomy that I've created. I have found some posts that explain how to do this and give little php snippets (e.g. http://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-echo-custom-taxonomy-id). But I really have no idea where to put this code. Could you please help?

UPDATE: I do know how to create php files via copy/paste and upload to my server, basic stuff like that...

  • What plugin asks for it? What are you trying to accomplish? Is that the plugin settings asking for this info or is it for a plugin function in the theme? – gdaniel Oct 14 '13 at 20:54
  • I'm using A-Z Glossary. I'm trying to create a keyword index where each term has just one entry. But the only set-up of A-Z glossary that I can figure out lists the terms, then when you click on one takes you to a page that, in theory, groups all of the posts/pages by the taxonomy term, then you click on the entry and get to the page. I want to bypass that step where the page lists all of the pages/posts with the term because the term will only be connected to a single page. The developer says that it's possible by listing the term id in a field in the plugin settings. – user40440 Oct 14 '13 at 20:57
  • Where do I put the code snippets? – fuxia Oct 14 '13 at 21:04
  • Thank you! I was able to find the term ids, but the plugin is still not doing what I want it to :-( – user40440 Oct 14 '13 at 21:24
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In your WP database there a table named wp_terms. There you can see all terms ids (term_id) and all terms names (term_name). That should give you what you need. If you don't have access to your WP database you can you a plugin to do that. I use one called Adminer, but there are others that do that. Once you install Adminer you can acccess your database from Tools->Adminer - Start Adminer.

Another way to do that is to use the function "get_terms". But that involves editing one of your wordpress templates (php files). http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/get_terms

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