OverviewWelcome to the documentation for the Divi Taxonomy Helper plugin! On this page, you will find all the steps you need to set up and use our plugin. Each step provides a summary of information related to that step in the process. You will also notice links to separate documentation guides in the steps below. Please be sure to follow all of these steps and access the additional resources as needed.
3. Install The PluginNow that you have Divi installed, and the plugin downloaded, you are ready to install the Divi Taxonomy Helper plugin. Installing our plugin works the same as installing any other WordPress plugin. From your WordPress Dashboard, go to Appearance>Plugins>Add New and click on Upload Plugin. Locate the plugin .zip file on your computer, which selects the file to up, and click Install Now. Once the file upload is finished, you can click on Activate.
NOTE: Installing or updating this plugin may require you to clear your cache before the settings take place. This may include your browser cache, any caching plugin, and possibly even your CDN if you are using one.
These settings allow you to add image support for whichever taxonomies you choose on your website. The plugin automatically supports any other taxonomy, such as Post Categories and Tags, the built-in Projects post type Project Categories and Project Tags, as well as other plugins such WooCommerce Product Categories and Tags, The Events Calendar Events Categories, LearnDash Course, Topic, and Lesson Categories, custom taxonomies, etc.
Once you add the Taxonomies module to your layout, you will have many options to choose from for setting up the content and design. The module includes many settings and features for choosing which taxonomy terms to display, choosing their order, and the number of columns. There are settings to choose to show or hide the title, images, icons, description, post count, and button.
In the Design tab, you will find everything you need to customize and style this grid of taxonomy terms. Easily style and customize the title, post count, and description text with all the standard font and text settings that you are familiar with in Divi. Adjust the spacing, colors, borders, and box shadows around and within the taxonomy terms, images, icons, and buttons. Everything you expect in a Divi module is here for your convenience.
Please reference our full guide on How To Display Taxonomies In A Module for more information about how to use and set up the module.