Support » Plugin: Taxonomy Dropdown Widget » unable to customise plugin behaviour in non widget implementation

  • Resolved rw1

    (@rw1)


    hello,

    thanks for the great plugin.

    i have installed and activated the plugin and this is the code i am using in header.php:

    <div id="tag_drop_down_holder">
    <?php if( function_exists( 'taxonomy_dropdown_widget' ) ) echo taxonomy_dropdown_widget( 'taxonomy=post_tag&show_option_none=filter posts&show_count=1&orderby=name&echo=0'); ?>
    </div>

    desired behaviour is:

    – options link to posts with selected tag [working]
    – the ‘option none’ selection is ‘filter posts’ [not working]
    – post count shows next to option [not working]

    any help on getting these things working much appreciated!

    thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tag-dropdown-widget/

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  • Plugin Author Erick Hitter

    (@ethitter)

    Prior to version 2.1, this plugin did not support the string notation for its arguments. Since WordPress has set the unfortunate expectation that arguments can be specified either as strings or arrays, I’ve updated my plugin to account for such usage.

    If you replace the string in taxonomy_dropdown_widget() with an array as described in the readme, your settings should be obeyed regardless of the plugin version in use.

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