James Brown(Private) October 10, 2019 at 12:19 pm #223375
I have done that now. What I don’t understand is how to make each successive taxonomy a child of the previous one. I need each joint name to have children that are the positions for that joint, then each of those positions to have three children each, which are the ratings for the three types of difficulty. Then results should teachers how to find asanas that have a certain type and degree of difficulty for a certain joint position.
I have not yet assigned all of the appropriate taxonomies to the asana custom posts, and the filter won’t actually find anything once it is set up until I do that. I want to make sure that I can do what I need to do with the filter before I assign the taxonomies to the asana custom posts, because that will be extremely time consuming and I would rather not have to do it then find out I have done it wrong. SO hopefully we can get this sorted without having to assign taxonomies to asana posts first.
I guess that the simplest way to state this is that I need to know if I can make taxonomies children of other taxonomies.James Brown(Private) October 10, 2019 at 12:30 pm #223377
Another note … I am thinking that I may need to make a set of the 15 tapas ratings for each joint position, and make each set the child of each single joint position.
So that ultimately I am filtering for joint, position, tapas rating. Like shoulder flexion with a sthira tapas rating of 5.
If I need to go in and create those, I can do it. Will take some time, though, so want to be sure that is what is needed.Trevor Moderator(Private) October 11, 2019 at 2:47 pm #223457
At the moment you have a few Asanas, but have assigned/used very few (if any) Joint Names and Joint Positions to these Asanas.
I have set the form up so the ‘links’ between these work automatically.
I removed the Category includes, as the Asanas don’t have Categories as such. I removed this list:
With the form as it is now set up (Auto Count and Hide Empty in each field), let us say you edit an Asana and Assign a Joint Name, and also a Joint Position. Whatever terms you select, our plugin will link them, so that, when you select an option in the form, the other fields filter to show only available options in them.James Brown(Private) October 11, 2019 at 2:50 pm #223459
OK, wow, thank you for doing all of that. It doesn’t totally make sense to me right now but that is okay. I will go in and assign all the appropriate joint positions and tapas ratings over this weekend and see what happens.
Thank you so much!
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