ok you are right
what is not good to handle taxonomies with a single text input
i'm tryng the dev version but i get an error
when open the widget:
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in C:\Program Files\EasyPHP5.2.10\www\wordpress3\wp-content\plugins\query-multiple-taxonomies\widget.php on line 96
when selecting the post type:
Warning: in_array() [function.in-array]: Wrong datatype for second argument in C:\Program Files\EasyPHP5.2.10\www\wordpress3\wp-content\plugins\query-multiple-taxonomies\widget.php on line 101
so, can you do something about it?
i notice also that the drop down menu do not iterate all the taxonomies but only the first...
when this plugin will be finished, it will be one of the best pluging ever coded... it give so much control...
btw... let's make a supposition...
i have a custom post type named restourants. and 2 taxonomies for that custom type.... areas, and typology
lets say that we have a record named "Blackhorse dinner" with an area and a typology..
the best thing to do for a user that might want to search about it
is to write in the input field "restaurant area1 typology2"
that should return al restourant post type matching the two taxonomies
how is possible to achive that?
thanks for your passion...