The Taxonomy Terms Widget can be used to showcase your WordPress tags and categories in different ways. The Taxonomy Terms widget allows you to create an archive type navigation menu using a taxonomy. The widget generates a list of the terms that belong to a specific taxonomy so that each item can be clicked to navigate easily to the term archive in your WordPress website.
Let’s look at each of the options in the “Taxonomy Terms Widget” below.
Install Taxonomy Terms Widget for Elementor
This widget requires Unlimited Elements PRO version installed and activated on your WordPress website.
- Go to Unlimited Elements Widget Library
- Search in the search bar for “Taxonomy Terms”
- Hover over the widget in the search results and click install
- Add your “Taxonomy Terms” widget to any Elementor Page
Select the post type from given options.
Select the taxonomy from dropdown options.
Select from the options below to include the exact posts you want.
- Specific Terms
- Children of
- Children of Current Term
- By Search Text
- Only Childless
- Not a Child of Other Term
- Term Meta
Choose the posts you want to exclude.
- Specific Terms
- Current Term (for archive only)
- Hide Empty Terms
Choose the max number of terms you want to display.
Order the terms using below given options.
- Term Group
- Term ID
- Count - (number of posts associated)
- Include - (specific terms order)
- Meta Value
- Meta Value - Numeric
Select the order direction of posts.
Taxonomy Terms Settings
Choose an icon to display.
Select the layout to display taxonomy terms.
- Inline Terms
Type the number of grid columns to display.
Set the grid gap between grid items.
Show/Hide the icon element.
Show/Hide the number of posts in a specific term.
Show/Hide the description element.
Show/Hide the image.
The taxonomy terms list will show only when clicking on toggle under the screen resolution you have set as responsive breakpoint.
Choose an icon for open toggle.
Choose an icon for close toggle.
Set the toggle alignment.
Taxonomy Terms Widget Styling
You can control very aspect of the widget’s design through different styling options. Choose colors that complement the style of your website. You can modify the text, icons, fonts, and layout to make the widget look and work the way you want.
Set the item padding, border, radius, margin, typography, and color.
Item Hover Styling
In this section, style the item hover text color, background color, border width, and border color.
Item Selected Styling
You can set the item selected text color, background color, and border.
In this section, set the icon spacing and icon size.
Style the description padding, color, and typography.
Post Count Styling
Here, you can style the post count spacing, color, and typography.
You can style the size, background, color, border, and radius of toggle button.
Here are some live use cases for the Taxonomy Terms Widget.