In Drupal 7, the module taxonomy_display allowed me to insert a content view via views display options under the taxonomy manage display. I am working on rebuilding my Drupal 7 views for Drupal 8, and the way they are built in 7, they depend on this function.
We are using a (term) view to display parent terms as links to navigate to:
- either a child term view (parent/% path) displaying child terms as links to the content view when the content is ascribed to the child term.
- or our content view (also parent/% path) when the content is ascribed directly to the parent. We accomplish this in our content view by using no results behavior/global view area to inject the child term view when there is no content ascribed.
With the taxonomy_display module, you then simply go to the term page display and set that to the content view. It will show child terms when there is no content ascribed, and it will show content when there is content ascribed.
The module documentation for taxonomy_display for D7 says that the core function of this has been included into Drupal 8, and refers you to this issue for more information, but there I didn't find information there on how this function is implemented in Drupal 8. It seems that they are referring to the taxonomy/term view in now in core.
My question is, can i still accomplish this structure without the taxonomy_display module merely by what is provided by the taxonomy/term view in core?
Or can I ignore the taxonomy/term view all together and accomplish it a better way? I'm new to D8, so any help would be appreciated!