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[Resolved] [Plugin: Query Multiple Taxonomies] Third time lucky?!

  • This will be the third time i have requested help from the makers of this plug-in and hopefully this time i may get a response!

    I love the plug-in, yet the documentation on it is very limited and as a relative newbie to php i find it almost impossible to change any of the default settings. My main problem is that when i add the plug-in it always includes the title of the taxonomy group above the queried terms, like so…

    http://yfrog.com/bascreenshot20101210at140p

    How do you remove this? I have my own custom heading and would just like the plug-in to display the list of terms, minus the heading.

    If the makers, or anyone who is an expert in php could help i would be extremely grateful. Thanks.

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  • I finally manages to crack this! For anyone wondering what to do, you need to edit the widget.php file from the plugin folder and delete the $title variable when it reads output $title.

    Hi,

    Thanks for your tip. i was also looking for this info.

    My five cents to the subject… Instead of just deleting the heading you can go to line 113 of widget.php (at least in my version this is the lien nr). Comment out the attribution to the title variable and replace it by your own. Mine looks something like this:

    //	$title = get_taxonomy( $taxonomy )->label;
    	$title = "<h3>YOUR HEADING HERE</h3>";

    Now what I really would like to find out is a reasonably simple way of formating the list to make it look more integrated in my template…

    cheers,
    Miguel

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