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I'm trying to show taxonomy tree starting from current term. Like this when you are in taxonomy term1 page.

-term1 (this is the term1 page where we are now)
--term2
--term3
---term4
----term5
----term6
-----term7
-----term8

And if we are for example term4 page then it will show starting from term4:

---term4
----term5
----term6
-----term7
-----term8

I have used Views Tree to but I have not found proper way to "filter" to show right terms when you are for example in term4 page.

All I can get is to show first child level like:

--term1
---term2
---term3

It should show whole tree starting from current term - as deep as the tree goes.

  • Have you tried Views Tree module? drupal.org/project/views_tree – sanzante Oct 16 '14 at 7:19
  • @tunic Please read my whole question. I mention there that I have used Views tree, but could not figure out how to show right terms. – hene Oct 16 '14 at 7:21
  • Oops, sorry, I miss that part. I tend to detect module names by its capitalized name. – sanzante Oct 16 '14 at 7:32
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Take a look at Taxonomy Menu Block Module

Taxonomy Menu Block allows you to make blocks containing unordered lists that represent the structure of your vocabularies, creating a menu out of your taxonomies (without using Drupal's menu system).

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    Thank you! Very nice! This module did the trick. In Taxonomy Menu block module I did settings: "Select a parent option" to Dynamic parent and "Select a parent level" to Follow active item. Now it shows exactly like I needed it to show. – hene Oct 16 '14 at 9:28
  • Glad it helped. – Gokul N K Oct 16 '14 at 9:46

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