Eyga.net: Taxonomy (Category, Tag, …) Table


You specify one item in a taxonomy hierarchy and a HTML table gets created for its subitems. Only taxonomies which actually have posts attached are added into a HTML table. For now, the only supported taxonomies are categories.


  • Available options in the latest version.
  • Example of rendered subcategories in otherwise empty page.


Standard installation, no customization needed.

On the “Taxonomy Table Options” page, found under “Settings” in “Admin site”, you must enter specific IDs (numbers) that can be found on:
* edit a page or post and find an ID in the URL: http://yoursite.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=18123&action=edit
* choose the taxonomy type for which you will enter the taxonomy ID for
* edit a taxonomy (like category) which has subitems attached and find an ID in the URL: http://yoursite.com/wp-admin/edit-tags.php?action=edit&taxonomy=category&tag_ID=2595&post_type=post
* specify how many columns the rendered HTML table will have
* display records from top to bottom (vertical) or from left to right (horizontal)


To do:
* support for other taxonomy types, not just categories
* for now, the options support only one taxonomy HTML table per WordPress installation – this will be enhanced only on a request
* make options page prettier

Contributors & Developers

“Eyga.net: Taxonomy (Category, Tag, …) Table” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • First customizable version.


  • No change to the code.


  • Post content didn’t show.


  • Added option to render above or below page content.