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[Resolved] view from two taxonomies where one term may be empty

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Last updated by Minesh 8 years ago.

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#405751

I have two custom taxonomies areas and provider e.g.

Areas:

- Berkshire
- London
- Sussex

Providers:

- Photographers
- Caterers
- Venues

There may not be any entries for each each provider for a particular category. For example there may not be any entries for photographers in Sussex

I am trying to create a view which shows the taxonomy name and image for all the different providers for each area where the provider is not empty. I don't want to show the actual post. I know how to show the taxonomy images

The end result will be a page called, for example "wedding providers in Sussex" with photos of all the different provider types, this links to a page where you can see the actual custom posts (I have set this view up).

Do you know how I can do this? I can show all the providers for an area but not hide them when they are empty.

Apologies in advance. if I take a while to get back to any response.

#405756
sussex.jpg

I would like to try to do this with an archive view, but I realise this is not possible (unless it will work in the forthcoming version of views).

I've added a mockup to show exactly what I am trying to achieve.

Many thanks

#405783

Minesh
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Languages: English (English )

Timezone: Asia/Kolkata (GMT+05:30)

Hello. Thank you for contacting the Toolset support.

There is no way to relate taxonomy to another taxonomy. But what if you try to build a view that returns clean output and use that view in conditional shortcode.

Something like this:

[wpv-view name="your-provider-taxonomy-view" tax="paas-here-current-ara-taxonomy-term"]

Then, filter the above view by Views shortcode attribute "tax" .

Use above view with [wpv-confitional] statement.

[wpv-conditional if="( '[wpv-view name="provider-taxonomy-view" tax="current-area-taxonomy-term"]' ne '''' )"]
show taxonomy title
[/wpv-conditional]

I also would like to review your setup and problem URL where you are displaying taxonomy terms for taxonomy providers for taxonomy areas for taxonomy term "Sussex".

#405785

Thankyou for the speedy reply.

I will try this out when I get back in a few days.

#405786

Minesh
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Languages: English (English )

Timezone: Asia/Kolkata (GMT+05:30)

Ok - thank you.

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