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"Taxonomy" refers to Drupal's content classification mechanism, organised into vocabularies and terms.

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You can construct your hierarchy using the core module taxonomy. Go to admin/structure/taxonomy, create your vocabulary and add your terms. The form that lists your terms precedes the name with a gra …
answered Feb 1 '12 by Ashlar
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The closest I have come is taxonomy_term_load_multiple but the conditions argument will be deprecated in V8. They now recommend EntityFieldQuery as a replacement. I am new to coding and have not wor …
asked Nov 18 '11 by Ashlar
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There are other ways to do this, in Drupal there are always other ways. But before you try to implement a solution, ask the question 'what will I want to do with the information besides a direct look …
answered Dec 13 '11 by Ashlar
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A path is the name for the term or article. Giving a tag an alias that matches an article (or vice versa) is not creating an override to reroute the display. To link a term to an article, you will wa …
answered Dec 29 '11 by Ashlar
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First a little clarification of term meanings. Taxonomy is a module that manages groups of terms gathered in Vocabularies. You have probably created a vocabulary with the terms you listed in it. To …
answered Feb 23 '12 by Ashlar
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Drupal Panels can do this using the Views module. The two modules work very well together to arrange your content on a page, but Views is the workhorse for sorting through the content and selecting wh …
answered Nov 2 '11 by Ashlar
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This question relates to How do I redirect a taxonomy menu item to another path? I followed the recommendations of Clive and wrote a hook_menu_alter to provide my callback. function material_menu_t …
asked Mar 21 '12 by Ashlar
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Think of Drupal as an interface to a database (it is one) and vocabularies, when used as the basis for fields associated with your content items, as a means for filtering for values in a table. If th …
answered Feb 9 '12 by Ashlar
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Blocks do not have paths so how can I pass a context to the block to get the correct results for a page? I am new and do not have enough reputation to answer my own question for eight hours (Go figur …
asked Oct 19 '11 by Ashlar
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I have a taxonomy menu, and I want to redirect the page request from taxonomy/term/% to a custom path using a page callback function. How can I use a function to cause the redirect?
asked Mar 15 '12 by Ashlar
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Views can do this. Views is a UI for sql searches so you are setting the definition for the query that will be made of the content database. Create a view to display a taxonomy term with a page with …
answered Apr 11 '12 by Ashlar
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I haven't tested this, but at the bottom of the contextual filter form, under 'More" is a button that reads: Exclude If selected, the numbers entered for the filter will be excluded rather than limiti …
answered Oct 22 '11 by Ashlar
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Have you figured this out? If so could you share your answer? I do not think the problem is that the path follows any pattern. As long as you create a path that identifies the location of a term and …
answered Oct 26 '11 by Ashlar
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I recommend leaving the database structure to Drupal, its modules will handle all of the management process and you will not have to code anything. Taxonomy is very flexible for creating categories. …
answered Oct 19 '11 by Ashlar
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Reviewing the code in Taxonomy.module I determined the array to define a taxonomy terms as: 'taxonomy_term' => array( 'label' => t('Taxonomy term'), 'controller class' => 'TaxonomyTermCo …
asked Mar 28 '12 by Ashlar

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