The Taxonomy List block introduced in v1.18.0 allows inserting taxonomies anywhere on your website based on the post type you are currently on.
Following is a live example of how the Taxonomy List would look like —
Let’s dive further to see the range of options and how to use the block –
- Choose from Inbuilt Layouts – Grid/List
- Style with Colors & Typography
- Child-parent hierarchy representation
- Post Type – Default option Posts – Select your post type like Posts, Pages, etc., or choose another post type based on the post types created on your WordPress setup.
- Taxonomy – Categories/Tags/etc. Based on the Taxonomy created you can select them here.
- Show Empty Taxonomy – Let\’s say you do not have any posts assigned to certain Taxonomy you can display them by enabling this option.
- Show Posts Count – Posts count can be displayed under individual taxonomies with this option.
- We provide inbuilt layout options like Grid/List to display better-looking taxonomies.
- Columns – Enter column values to display the Grid Taxonomies in the column. For list type, you will simply need to select list from the above option.
- Alignment – You can choose from the following – Left/Center/Right options on how to align the content on your Taxonomy block.
- Show Hierarchy: This option is displayed when you have selected the List layout and will display Child Parent Hierarchy if taxonomies have child taxonomy.
- List Style: This option will display some pre-defined list styles like bulleted, numbered, and dashed.
Under the Style tab, you can style your Taxonomy block to match your website styling with the following options —
- Background Color – You will be able to add a Background Image to the Grid Layout content
- Title Color – This option will help manage the Title color of the Taxonomies
- Count Color – This option will help manage the color of the count values
You can manage the spacing of the Taxonomy block using the following Spacing options —
- Row Gap – This will help manage the spacing between the Taxonomy when the content Grid is on Two columns.
- Column Gap – This will help manage the spacing between the Grid taxonomies when you have them on Two columns.
- Padding – This helps manage the spacing around the content of the Taxonomies content and count.
Styling options as provided below helps in styling the block completely —
- Title Typography – Helps manage the typography of the title.
- Count Typography – Helps manage the typography of the Count.
- Box Shadow – Helps manage the Box shadow of the Grid layout box
- Border Style – Helps manage the border styling of the Grid Layout box
- Border Thickness – Helps manage the border thickness of the Grid Layout box
- Rounded Corners – Helps round the corners of the grid layout box
- Border Color – Helps style the border color of the grid layout box