Allows to present and sort the categories on the WordPress backend, displaying them more efficiently in the post's editing page.
|Author:||Fesomia (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4|
|WordPress version tested:||4.9.8|
|Added to WordPress repository:||31-07-2017|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||1 281|
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In what cases can this plugin be useful?
In environments with large amounts of hierarchical categories, such as lists of geographical areas, catalogs of books or films, thematic sections of news, etc.
Does this plugin modify how the categories are displayed in the public area?
Absolutely not. The organization only affects how the categories and taxonomies on the post edition page.
What happens to my categories if I deactivate or uninstall the plugin?
Nothing will happen since the plugin does not change the real hierarchy of the categories. It only displays them more efficiently.
The plugin is activated but doesn’t do anything / only works for categories, not on other taxonomies
Please note that by default everything comes inactive and each taxonomy (even categories) must be activated individually from the options page. Just select the taxonomy you want to enable in the dropdown, press the “Select” button and check the first option (also make sure you added at least one category to the category box).
My custom taxonomy does not appear in the dropdown / there is no dropdown
The plugin only shows taxonomies defined as hierarchical. If you only have categories, the dropdown will not appear as it is not necessary.
Is it compatible with WPML?
Yes, the plugin uses the language you defined in WPML as your primary language to organize the taxonomies but shows them translated in the post edit page if the editor is using a different language.
Is it compatible with CPT UI or custom created taxonomies?
Yes, since version 1.10 as long as you defined the new taxonomies as hierarchical (so that they can have parent-child relationships). If you have more than one taxonomy, a drop down will appear on top of the page to configure each of them.
- Added populate button
- Added support for custom taxonomies
- Modified some variable names
- Added an update function
- Some cleanup
- Minor changes / code cleanup
- Minor text domain / localization changes
- Removed duplicated “all categories” tab
- First release.