I am making wordpress posts programmatically with multiple taxonomies.
There is a mix of hierarchical and flat taxonomies.
For the hierarchical taxonomy I am using the taxonomy id via a “term_exists” query.
But along the way I converted one taxonomy from flat to hierarchical and forgot to switch from using the string of the term to the ID and it still worked.
BEFORE I proceed, please note I have read in the codex that this is NOT recommended and why, but I have no name conflicts.
The problem I am having is when I use “get_the_term_list” to retrieve that taxonomy to combine it with a current date and convert it to a hash tag for twitter.
First I explode the term list into an array.
Then I loop though the array with a foreach.
First I combine the foreach variable with the date.
BUT in the next line using the same variable I use a substr to limit the term to 3 characters for the hash tag, BUT the result is the first three characters of an anchor. I tested this without the substr and indeed the variable contained an anchor.
I don’t understand why there is this anomaly.
I tested the term-date taxonomy to see if it works properly and it does.
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