Divi Taxonomy Helper Plugin Feature Update 1.5

Divi Taxonomy Helper Plugin Feature Update 1.5

Nelson Miller Pee Aye Creative
I'm excited to announce an update to the Divi Taxonomy Helper plugin with default taxonomy images and current level posts in the Blog module.

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New Features

Only Show Posts In Current Category Level

In version 1.3, we introduced a new feature in the Taxonomies module to show the current level taxonomies. This means when you have multiple levels of categories and subcategories, the module will dynamically show only the categories with terms that are relevant to the current level.

White this feature is incredible, we realized there was a limitation in some of the Divi modules. So in version 1.4, we added this same kind of feature to the Woo Products module. This allows you to display products from the current level taxonomy only, rather than seeing all products in the subcategories.

We also realized Divi displays posts by default, without regard to the actual category level the post is assigned to. This is very poor, and if you have a blog, visitor are going to be very confused and frustrated as they try to browse by category. So in this update, version 1.5, we have added the same feature to the Blog module. 

This new feature in the Divi Taxonomy Helper adds a new custom setting into the existing Blog! The setting is called “Only Show Posts In Current Category Level” and allows the user to choose to limit the posts that are shown to only the current category level instead of showing all posts from subcategories when using multiple levels of parent and child category hierarchy.

Once you fully understand this feature, you realize this feature alone is worth many times more than the price of this plugin!

only show current level taxonomies posts setting enabled in the Blog module in the Divi Taxonomy Helper plugin

When a visitor views the Parent category, they will only see posts in the main parent category – they will not see products in category levels below these like the Child and Grandchild categories. When you view Child category, you will only see posts in that category. And when you view Grandchild category you will only see posts in that category.

Live Demo Examples:

We have added some live examples to our demo site for yo to see how this works.

Parent Category Example

Child Category Example

Grandchild Category Example

This feature is only available in the Blog Products module when our plugin is active.

Set Default Taxonomy Images

This update also includes a feature to set default featured images for each taxonomy on your site. If you don’t want to add an image to every term, or if you are worried you may miss one, or you just want to set the same image for each taxonomy term, then you can use our feature to set a default image for every term within a taxonomy. This is a super quick and easy way to set a featured image for all your taxonomies, and they work perfectly with the Taxonomy module and dynamic content in the Theme Builder.

set default taxonomy term image with the Divi Taxonomy Helper by Pee Aye Creative

35 Free Demo layouts

Our plugin comes with access to all the demo layouts for the Divi Taxonomy Helper plugin, which are available as free layouts for you to import into your own site. These layouts are built on our demo website using the settings in the Taxonomies module. We thought it would be a cool bonus to give away these layouts so that you could quickly match the demo examples on your own site and see what settings are used to create the design.

Divi Taxonomy Helper Free Layouts


As with all of our products, every setting and feature of the plugin is well documented! Go check out the plugin documentation area for everything you need to know about using the module.

Divi Taxonomy Helper Plugin by Pee Aye Creative

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