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[resolved] term_exists not working in Javascript (1 post)

  1. iyamdman
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I finally got my back-end to create the wheel codes from the checked taxonomies in the add custom post admin area.

    Now, I want to add that tire code to the wheel_type taxonomy.

    The below code ran great, until I added the if statement under //Add code to Taxonomy

    Now nothing is working, but I get nothing in the error console.

    I figure it must be a stupid syntax mistake - can anyone help me out?

    Or am I missing something else?

    jQuery('#replace').click(function(){
     		//get tire code and name
     		var code = jQuery('input[name="tire_code"]').val();
     		var name = jQuery('input[name="tire_name"]').val();
     		var bname = jQuery('input[name="tire_bname"]').val();
    
     		         alert(code + " + " + name + " + " + bname);
    
     		//get tire brand
     		var tirebran = jQuery('#tire_brandchecklist').find(":checked").parent('label').text();
     		tirebran = jQuery.trim( tirebran );
    
                    //Add code to Taxonomy
    
                    if( term_exists( code, wheel_type ){
     		     continue;
                         }
     	        else
     		     {
                         wp_insert_term( code, wheel_type );
                         }
    
     		//update title
     		var title = code + ' : ' + name + ' tires';
     		if(tirebran!=''){
     			title += ' with ' + bname + ' letters';
     		}
     		jQuery('input[name="post_title"]').focus().val(title);
     	});
     	//-->
    	</script>

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