Query Multiple Taxonomies: Version 1.5
If you go to an URL like ?genre=jazz&instrument=guitar+piano, the page title that WP serves looks like this:
Not very descriptive, is it? With QMT, it looks like this:
Genre: Jazz; Instrument: Guitar + Piano
It was painful seeing users modify the plugin PHP files, just to change from <h4> to <h3> or to add an id to some div. No more.
In this version, all the HTML is separated into distinct files, which can be overwritten by themes. Here’s a guide for doing that.
Remember the tutorial for customizing category walkers, which involved writing your own PHP class and a helper function on top? What if you could do it without writing any PHP at all?
<li class="term-item current-term"> <a class="remove-term" href="" title=""> (-)</a> <a class="add-term" href="" title=""> (+)</a> <ul> } </ul> </li>
This is the default Mustache template that is used by the plugin to generate a hierarchical list of terms.
I’m really excited about using Mustache in WordPress, as it neatly fills the gap between providing a settings page and making the user write PHP code.comments powered by Disqus