I am NOT asking how to exclude a category from a page. This is on the post level.
See, I’m using WordPress almost like a CMS and my journal is one section of the site. This whole section is a single category with entries “filed” under subcategories. When I show a journal entry, I want to list the categories it is filed under, WITHOUT listing the parent (journal) category.
I doubt that I can actually exclude a single category from “the_category”, so I was wondering if there is another way to display them all that would give me enough control to exclude a category.
I was thinking about using “get_the_category” to do something similar to the “Show the First Category Name Only” example given in the Codex, but inverted. The first category is the one I want excluded (it’s the parent so it’s always first) and I want the rest to be shown. But I don’t know PHP nearly as well as I understand WordPress so the whole “$cat = $cat;” is impossible to edit for me.
Can anyone help me?
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