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

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You need to use Path auto module .. Alias taxonomy term paths... The Pathauto module automatically generates URL/path aliases for various kinds of content (nodes, taxonomy terms, users) without …
answered Apr 8 '14 by Anil Sagar
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<?php if (arg(0) == "taxonomy" && arg(1) == "term" && is_numeric(arg(2)) && arg(3) == "") { // Taxonomy term page } ?>
answered Oct 31 '12 by Anil Sagar
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You can also try Views tree module. Project page says This module provides a tree-based style plugin for Views. It is equivalent to the tree-based style template from Views 1. It is based …
answered Feb 26 '14 by Anil Sagar
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I don't think it's possible. It's always one to one relationship between vocabulary and term... If you see taxonomy_term_data table which stores term id and vocabulary id reference below.. tid is …
answered May 13 '14 by Anil Sagar
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Drupal 7 version of taxonomy_get_vocabularies doesn't accept parameter $type. See the documentation here. Might be that.. Try with out passing NULL parameter.
answered Nov 15 '12 by Anil Sagar
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Checkout Hierarchical Select module. It offers many features. Hierarchical Select has the ability to save the entire lineage of a selection or only the "deepest" selection. You can configure it …
answered Oct 16 '12 by Anil Sagar
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You can do it using Entity Reference module. You can able to reference multiple vocabulary terms using this module. See the screenshot of field settings of field type "Entity Reference" and Widget ty …
answered Oct 16 '12 by Anil Sagar
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Run this code once in hook_init or custom php block or using drush <?php $vid = 1; // Replace 1 by vocabulary id for which you want to remove duplicates. $terms = taxonomy_get_tree($vid, $parent = …
answered Sep 24 '12 by Anil Sagar
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Taxonomy terms are actually entities, to which you can add fields from "Manage fields." Add a user entity reference field, and make it mandatory. Whenever you add a new term, associate the user ID to …
answered Mar 7 '14 by Anil Sagar
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I came across same issue solved it with below code ! Hope it helps ! You need to write a small custom module to do this ! Using hook term insert update delete and pathauto helper function. /** * Im …
answered Sep 27 '12 by Anil Sagar
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Here is my problem. I have created a view with path as groups/% where % is a term id. Now, i would like to create auto aliases for all groups/% with % as a term name. Ideally i would like to add t …
asked Sep 24 '12 by Anil Sagar
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You will find an operation called "Modify entity values" in VBO settings. You need to select the field in the Operation settings.
answered Jan 17 '14 by Anil Sagar
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Drupal out of the box supports taxonomy and tagging using autocomplete. You need to create a vocabulary and add terms to the vocabulary. Create a term reference field and choose widget as autocomplet …
answered May 17 '14 by Anil Sagar
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Yes, You can able to list taxonomy terms of specific vocabulary using views. You need to create a custom block and a view for this.. A custom block, Which lists all vocabularies .. Views doesn't su …
answered Apr 20 '14 by Anil Sagar
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Select (or other) module looks like provide similar UI. Provides a new Forms API element which is a select/radios/checkboxes element that has an 'other' option. When 'other' is selected a text …
answered Oct 19 '12 by Anil Sagar

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