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03/22/2018 at 9:12 am #456361Jürgen JoostParticipant03/22/2018 at 9:29 am #456364Steven ZahmKeymaster
@ Jürgen Joost
I’m assuming this is in regards to the Slim Plus template, correct?
It is possible, but you would have to edit the template in order to show the categories assigned to the entry.
You can add the categories to the
card.phpfile by adding this where you want them to be displayed:
$entry->getCategoryBlock( array( 'separator' => ', ', 'before' => '<span>', 'after' => '</span>' ) );
card.phpfile can be found in this folder:
I recommend following the method in this QuickTip so you can add it in an update safe way.
Hope that helps!03/22/2018 at 9:49 am #456365Jürgen JoostParticipant
Thanks, it is displaying now! Is it possible somehow to hide category block from other languages via shortcode options. The big issue is that I can’t translate category names and I can’t display foreign category names under other language. If you know what I mean?03/22/2018 at 3:22 pm #456409Steven ZahmKeymaster
@ Jürgen Joost
If the language is determined by a query variable, then you could display the categories based on the query variable and its value.
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