Support » Plugin: Custom Query Blocks » Term Grid block

  • Resolved Earl_D

    (@earl_d)


    The term grid block returns an error whenever I attempt to set query parameters. Any thoughts?
    Cool plugin BTW Really appreciate the archive mapping feature been looking for a way to do that for months.

    • This topic was modified 10 months ago by Earl_D.
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  • Same here. When I add the Term Grid block it automatically loads a taxonomy and I can see the terms grid. But if I try to change the query, I get an error and the block is not editable anymore.

    This seems to be a very useful feature that I couldn’t find in any other block plugin until now.

    Thread Starter Earl_D

    (@earl_d)

    You describe exactly what I experienced.

    Plugin Author Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    @earl_d @alvarogois Investigating this now. Thanks for the heads up.

    Plugin Author Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    This has been resolved in 5.0.1 of this plugin. The conflict was multiple versions of React running with the included term selector component.

    Got to try it out. Thanks @ronalfy

    Thread Starter Earl_D

    (@earl_d)

    Thanks for the update it works now

    Plugin Author Ronald Huereca

    (@ronalfy)

    Thanks yall! 😊

    I’m a little unsure how useful the term grid actually is, but I’d be curious how you like it if you have a chance to review this plugin.

    Very useful @ronalfy, and I’m not aware of other plugin that does it like yours. A term grid extends the use of taxonomies. For example, I have a Books custom post type and Book authors as a custom taxonomy (each author can be associated with several books). A term grid let’s me easily have a Book authors grid. The same with Genre. It’s awesome, without having to create complex relationships between post types.

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