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In WordPress, terms are itens set to a taxonomy, i.e. when you create new categories or tags you create new terms.

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Don't need get_term_children() at all. Just loop through get_the_terms() to get what's needed. global $post; $brands_id = get_term_by('slug', 'brands', 'product_cat'); $terms = get_the_terms($post … ->ID, 'product_cat'); foreach ($terms as $term) { if($term->parent === $brands_id->term_id) { echo $term->name; break; } } …
answered Apr 21 '14 by tommyf
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In my WooCommerce theme I've created a root category: 'Brands' then for each product I've added it's brand as a sub category to the 'Brands' parent category. On the product page I want to display the …
asked Apr 20 '14 by tommyf