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With the following function, the content of another page is included into a page template, which is working fine:

// add content of another page
function show_post($path) {
  $post = get_page_by_path($path);
  $content = apply_filters('the_content', $post->post_content);
  echo $content;
}

The function is called like this:

Now I placed this code inside a custom taxonomy template:

  • taxonomy-$taxonomy-$term.php

Is there a possibility, to give the $term-name automatically in this function, without hard-coding it?

For example, the custom taxonomy template is taxonomy-cars-mercedes.php, I want the function doing this:

<?php 
show_post('mercedes');  // Shows the content of the "About" page. 
?>
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You can get the current term slug from the global query. You could do something like this:

if( is_tax('cars') ) {
    //We are in "cars" taxonomy archive page, now get the queried term
    $term = get_query_var( 'term' );
    show_post($term);
}
  • Glad to help. If it answer your question please, mark the answer as accepted. – cybmeta Jan 11 '15 at 15:08

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