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I want to show all WordPress categories in a page. I use this code:

<?php
 $categories = get_categories( array(
 'orderby' => 'name',
 'order'   => 'ASC',
 'exclude' => '1,116',

    ) );
  foreach  ($categories as $category) {
      echo '<div class="item_product">';
      // display category image
              echo '<div class="image_wrapper is-image">';
                  echo do_shortcode(sprintf('[wp_custom_image_category term_id="%s"]',$category->term_id));
            echo '</div>';
            // display category name 
              echo '<div class="desc_left">';
                    echo '<h2 class="podcast_h2"><a href=" ' .get_permalink($category->ID). ' "> '.$category->name.' </a></h2>';
              echo '</div>';
          echo '</div>';

} ?>

But each category is linked to the same page as the category list
(example.com/list-category)
I want each category link to that category

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To get link to category use the function get_category_link (doc here).
Function get_permalink is intended for posts.

echo '<h2 class="podcast_h2"><a href=" ' .get_category_link($category->term_id). ' "> '.$category->name.' </a></h2>'
  • I used this, but there was the same problem again - i used : get_category_link( $category->term_id ) And my problem is over – omid chahardoli Aug 5 '18 at 14:04
  • You're right, the WP_Term object has a property term_id instead ID. – nmr Aug 5 '18 at 14:22

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