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  • James Lee
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    Trevor Moderator
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    Not for the Shortcode option no. You would need to write your own code, or ‘borrow’ code from a theme template file (most templates follow the same basic structure, so this is often not as hard as it might seem).

    The alternative is to use a grid plugin (usually together with our ‘Custom’ method), such as:

    https://searchandfilter.com/documentation/3rd-party/post-grid/

    James Lee
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    Trevor Moderator
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    Taxonomy switcher is a ‘use once and remove’ type of plugin, and it uses ‘hidden’ features in WordPress that have not changed for about 2 years.

    Let us say that you have Categories (as WordPress calls them) on some posts, and some of them are fruit types. For example, Apple. Now you decide to have a separate taxonomy called Fruit Type. You may have hundreds of posts with those fruit types already in Categories, and don’t want to retype them all again. Let us say the the Apple ‘term’ has an ID # of 234 (they all have ID numbers). You tell Taxonomy Switcher to move the term 234 from Categories to Fruit Types, and it does all the work for you. You can do a whole bunch of IDs at once, all you need is their ID numbers.

    IF you went in to one of our forms in admin, to the Tags, Categories & Taxonomies settings tab, find the line for Categories (in this case) and use the search to ‘add’ all the ones you want to move, then you will see in the settings box all the ID numbers you need to be able to do this. So, cut them from that box and paste them in to Taxonomy Switcher.

    Be wary if you have child terms though (those which have a parent), as the parent may have to be moved also.

    Trevor Moderator
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    James Lee
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    Trevor Moderator
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    Please note that we are now into a holiday period in the UK. We will be working for some of this period, but replies may be delayed at times.

    You need to be able to override your theme CSS, like this:

    .sidebar .widget li.sf-field-taxonomy-species {
      margin-bottom: 20px;
    }
    James Lee
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