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Every Post in WordPress is filed under one or more Categories. Categories allow the classification of your Posts into groups and subgroups, thereby aiding viewers in the navigation and use of your site.

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Two plugins that i know: Rich Category Editor Category Description Editor but I haven't tried them on the new 3.1 so check them out.
answered Mar 3 '11 by Bainternet
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No quick way exists in the WordPress admin for 1500 posts, the better way would be to do it with MySQL directly either by custom queries and updated or by PhpMyAdmin and his friends.
answered Jun 27 '11 by Bainternet
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If you change your single quote marks in to double quote marks it should work : $cat_id = get_cat_id('library'); wp_dropdown_categories("hierarchical=1&parent=$cat_id"); but if you really want to …
answered Apr 8 '11 by Bainternet
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it is possible to do on server side but you would have to create an output buffer and the either use Regex or Dom phrase to get all of the links. a much easier solution would be to use JavaScript or …
answered Aug 5 '11 by Bainternet
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I posted an How To about it a week ago http://en.bainternet.info/2011/wordpress-category-extra-fields hope this helps. Ohad. Here are the details of the post: The first thing we need to do is ad …
answered Feb 7 '11 by Bainternet
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You can use the_category filter to hook a callback function like this: add_filter('the_category','add_class_to_category',10,3); function add_class_to_category( $thelist, $separator, $parents){ $ …
answered Mar 11 '13 by Bainternet
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Try this: <div id="category-list"> <ul class="topnav"> <?php if (is_single()){ global $post; $pid = $post->ID; $post_categories = wp_get_post_ …
answered Aug 9 '11 by Bainternet
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try this: function is_subcategory($category = null) { if (is_category()) { if (null != $category){ $cat = get_category($category); }else{ $cat = get_catego …
answered Sep 8 '11 by Bainternet
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Yes, you can use get_categories() using 'child_of' attribute. For example all sub categories of category with the ID of 17: $args = array('child_of' => 17); $categories = get_categories( $args … ); foreach($categories as $category) { echo '<p>Category: <a href="' . get_category_link( $category->term_id ) . '" title="' . sprintf( __( "View all posts in %s" ), $category->name …
answered Mar 30 '11 by Bainternet
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there are some plugins that reveal the ID's on the admin side like WP Show IDs and by code like this: //as dropdown $categories= get_categories(array('hide_empty' => 0,'taxonomy … ' => 'category')); echo '<select>'; foreach ($categories as $category) { $option = '<option value="'.$category->category_id.'">'; $option .= $category->cat_name; $option .= '</option …
answered Jan 18 '11 by Bainternet
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Take a look at admin-only-categories plugin which allow you to hide certain category, chosen in the settings >> admin-only category settings panel, from all but Admin. …
answered Apr 4 '11 by Bainternet
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WordPress by default creates category archive that lists all of the category's posts, but if you want to do that in a page then take a look at List category posts plugin which allows you to list …
answered Mar 21 '11 by Bainternet
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safer way and you can set the last parameter $cat_id to specify a category (or a list of categories using an array) by the category id. …
answered Sep 14 '11 by Bainternet
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you can use get_category : $thisCat = get_category(get_query_var('cat'),false); $total_posts = $thisCat->count;
answered Jul 3 '11 by Bainternet
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Don't know about a plugin that does that for you but you can use the WordPress native Thickbox: First include the Thickbox script and style in your category only if the user is not logged in (simpl …
answered Jun 1 '11 by Bainternet

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