Iain Urquhart

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Taxonomy 2.0…

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A few weeks ago, I quietly launched Taxonomy 2.0. I’ve been meaning to write up a post about it but to be honest I’ve just been really busy working on some awesome projects.

Thankfully too busy to spam the #eecms stream with a new #taxonomy2rocksyourworld hash-tag, or announce LAUNCHING AN OFFICIAL LAUNCH on the forums, or blast some $1 sale via the marketing cannon - or produce any other kind of furore that we’re now accustomed to.

Injecting EE categories to Taxonomy trees…


Given that I’m now whoring myself, and waking up with dollars in my eyes - I thought I’d put some more effort into sharing some tips and tricks of various things you can do with Taxonomy.

Without further ado, the first post: an example of outputting native EE categories within Taxonomy trees.

New ‘linear style’ for taxonomy:nav…


The latest release of Taxonomy (v1.2.3) is not particularly blog worthy, it contains a couple of nice new features - but one that I’ve been playing with recently is the style="linear" param on the nav tag.

I’m sure there’s going to be a few questions about how to use it so figured I’d do a little write up and post some example code to give folks an idea of how it could be useful.

Taxonomy v1.2 released, some notes & handy tips…


Just pushed an update to the Taxonomy module and thought I’d write a post to outline some of the new features and also share a couple of development tips.

I keep surprising myself with how flexible it really is on some pretty complex builds I’m working on. It’s ‘play nice’ approach with the EE pages module is really making it something special.

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