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DDStudios
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Hey guys, thanks for your suggestion :)

I decided to go with jquery so I did this :

$(’#slider_nav .block span a’).removeAttr(‘href’);

Will try your solutions just to practice myself and if it’s better, im gonna use it :)

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bringthepixel
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Does it make sense?

When I output category with this : <?php echo get_the_term_list( $post?>ID, ‘slider_cats’, ’’, ’, ’, ’’); ?>

It give me all the category of that custom post type but it’s a link, I dont want link .. just text ..

strip_tags() :)

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ThemeBlvd
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@DD

For future reference, you could use the get_terms() function:

http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/get_terms

<?php $your_array_of_terms = get_terms( $taxonomies, $args ) ?>

You’d feed in your custom taxonomy for your custom post type, and it’s going to return an array of that taxonomy’s terms. You can then loop through and pickout the “name” element for each term of the array.

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Bebel
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Hey guys, thanks for your suggestion :)

I decided to go with jquery so I did this :

$(’#slider_nav .block span a’).removeAttr(‘href’);

Will try your solutions just to practice myself and if it’s better, im gonna use it :)

Don’t forget to style these href anyway. Some people disable javascript – they will still get the links.

As Themeblvd already wrote, the wordpress codex should be your number one ressource! Its amazing, what you can find on these pages :)

And don’t worry about getting a good programmer – it just needs time.

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CodBits
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Does it make sense?

When I output category with this : <?php echo get_the_term_list( $post->ID, ‘slider_cats’, ’’, ’, ’, ’’); ?>

It give me all the category of that custom post type but it’s a link, I dont want link .. just text ..
strip_tags() :)
+1000 It is the best way. The code should be sth like this. <?php $post_categories = get_the_term_list( $post->ID, 'slider_cats' , ' ', ' , ', ' '); echo strip_tags($post_categories); ?>
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tommusrhodus
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If he’s been mulling this over for the past 2 years then I think you’ve finally made his decision :D

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CodBits
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If he’s been mulling this over for the past 2 years then I think you’ve finally made his decision :D

I faced this problems less than 6 hours, then I found this post and tried different method. It was the best.

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