I have two views set up: one that displays the image field, title, and description for each taxonomy terms in a vocabulary, and one that displays a grid of photos/nodes that are tagged with a taxonomy term. What I want is to always display the parent term image/description in the first View so that users can drill down to the children terms, and then ultimately click into the second view of photos/nodes.
For instance, the first View is made up of taxonomy terms associated with the taxonomy vocabulary "Gallery". Under gallery, I have the terms "Parties" and "Games". Parties has no children terms, but "Games" has "Sports" and "Other Games" as children terms.
I would like the Gallery View page content to be displayed this way:
Clicking "Parties" would bring you to a view page (the second View) that shows all of the photos/nodes tagged with that term. Clicking "Games" would take you to a View similar to the first View that shows the taxonomy fields for the child category, like so:
[sports] [other games]
Clicking on "Sports" or "Other Games" would take you to a view page that shows all of the photos/nodes tagged with that term, like the "Parties" page operates in the example above.
Make sense? Hoping someone here can point me in the right direction.