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I have Category vocabulary under which there are several terms, i.e Tabs, Smartphones, Cellphones, Umbrellas. There may me one or more contents of custom type under each of these terms (A content could be linked with one term only). I want to generate a menu (automatically, if possible) like this:

Screenshot of the hierarchical menu

Now I've installed Taxonomy Menu module which allows to generate menu with one level hierarchy only (with only terms of a vocabulary, but no contents of the terms).

Is there a pretty solution of my problem? Thanks for caring :)

  • What do you mean by contents of the terms? – Shoaib Nawaz Oct 16 '11 at 5:35
  • @shoaib-nawaz I have some custom Content-types named products - just like articles. Each content have exactly one term assined with it. By "contents of a the terms" I meant all contents havin that with a particular term. – Shafiul Oct 16 '11 at 10:52
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I think this is just a straightforward menu - nothing automatic needed. When you add a new node, just choose it's parent menu item.

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  • Hmm That's a solution I guess. But what it the creator does not has permission to add menu items? I think generating it dynamically would be a better solution. Thanks for the answer by the way :) – Shafiul Oct 16 '11 at 15:13
  • You can limit which menu a node can be added to. It's built in to D7. – Ryan Price Oct 16 '11 at 15:26
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Here's a module I found that comes with its own caveat: "...if incorrectly configured it could create thousands of menu items."

http://drupal.org/project/views_build_menu

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What kind of menu block are you using to display the menu? You may need something like the nice menus module to display the hierarchy. I have generated taxonomy menus of three levels using Taxonomy Menu.

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  • The problem is not about generating Taxonomy Menu. What I want is listing associated contents under each of these taxonomy terms – Shafiul Oct 20 '11 at 3:03

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