In Drupal 6, it was possible to view links like:



taxonomy/term/2/2 or taxonomy/term/2/all which would list multiple taxonomy terms on single page (showing term and its children).

Issue: I know, this is not default possible in Drupal 7, and here also. This applies to in Drupal 8 too.

What I want? I'm using Drupal 8. I'd like to be able to link multiple taxonomy terms by a single link (e.g. in menu; i.e. to get multiple taxonomy terms to single node). I don't like to create special view to each combination. I need (I have rich taxonomy, so that I'd like to avoid dozens of views).


I did this successfully myself by:

  • choosing "Structure>content types",
  • clicking 'manage fields' on the content type with the taxonomy term link,
  • selecting 'edit' on the taxonomy field.

Now you can change the settings by selecting the field settings tab. Simply change ' Allowed number of values ' to the desired number.

Hope this works for you. Ruud

  • I'm sorry, but I'm asking for something different. Or I misunderstood Your answer. I don't need to attach multiple taxonomy terms to a node. What I need: /taxonomy/term/1 lists content of 1st category on a page. /taxonomy/term/2 lists content of 2nd category on page. I wish to list both categories on a single page (merge of categories 1 and 2) - in Drupal 6 it was done by /taxonomy/term/1+2. This apparently does not work in Drupal 8. I can do it with views, but such simple link (in menu and so) would be better solution for me. – Tilia Jun 28 '17 at 13:03
  • oh. I see. I misunderstood the question. Sorry for that. I – ruud Jun 29 '17 at 15:03

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