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I've created a vocabulary, I can add terms but I want to "configure" this taxonomy to add terms with only 2 levels.

I'm talking about the default table that show my vocabulary terms (drag and drop system). How can I make it set only a term and sub-terms (disable sub-sub-...-subterms)?

I've tested the select module but as long as I can add multiple hierarchic terms, the select module add them as well, so it's not the solution

Thank you all

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The theme function theme_taxonomy_overview_terms() drives the taxonomy overview table you're describing. The Drupal API function drupal_add_tabledrag() has an 8th parameter $limit that specifies the maximum depth of hierarchy. If it's set to 1, it will do what you describe.

In your theme, you can override theme_taxonomy_overview_terms() so the $limit is to 1. In order to do this.

  1. Copy theme_taxonomy_overview_terms() to your theme's template.php.
  2. Rename the function to MYTHEME_taxonomy_overview_terms in your template.php.
  3. Alter the line drupal_add_tabledrag('taxonomy', 'match', 'parent', 'term-parent', 'term-parent', 'term-id', FALSE); so that the 8th parameter is 1 (i.e. change it to drupal_add_tabledrag('taxonomy', 'match', 'parent', 'term-parent', 'term-parent', 'term-id', FALSE, 1); )
  4. Flush your theme cache to pickup the updated taxonomy overview page.
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  • Hi Shawn and thank's for your answer, I just want to know, what if I add the limit on the "theme_taxonomy_overview_terms()" without copying it on template.php ?
    – Mitch
    Commented Jul 8, 2015 at 8:32
  • I mean your answer is THE answer, and it works for me, but I'm just wondering if I didn't copy and past on template.php what would be the problem ?
    – Mitch
    Commented Jul 8, 2015 at 8:40
  • You mean if you altered theme_taxonomy_overview_terms() directly? That runs into the problem of hacking Drupal core. In this case, it wouldn't be a huge deal, but it's something you should avoid.
    – Shawn Conn
    Commented Jul 8, 2015 at 16:38

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