2 thoughts on “how to implement AJAX in wordpress themes

  1. hello Adnan,

    this is regarding the article u posted” How to Implement Ajax in WordPress Themes ”
    in the template file i added this custom taxonomy called state

    ” wp_dropdown_categories(‘show_count=0&selected=-1&hierarchical=1&depth=1&hide_empty=0&exclude=1&show_option_none=Main Categories&name=main_cat&taxonomy=state’); ”

    now im able to populate the taxonomy terms in the drop down, but when i give the sub taxonomy(child) of the state, in here

    ” $categories= get_categories(‘child_of=’.$_POST[‘main_catid’].’hide_empty=0&taxonomy=city’); ”

    the drop down does not populate the child taxonomies, but the 2nd drop down is in active when i select the 1st drop down.

  2. Sorry Little correction i have the following structure

    * Animals

    Dog
    Cat
    Tiger
    Lion

    * Vehicles

    Scooter
    Bike
    Car
    Truck

    im getting the 1st drop down as Animals and Vehicles, when i select Animals im not getting the sub cat values, i changed the code in
    ” $categories= get_categories(‘child_of=’.$_POST[‘main_catid’].’hide_empty=0&taxonomy=city’); ” to as
    ” $categories= get_categories(‘child_of=’.$_POST[‘main_catid’].’hide_empty=0′); ”

    still it does not populate the sub cats. but when i increased the depth –> 2 in
    ” wp_dropdown_categories(‘show_count=0&selected=-1&hierarchical=1&depth=2&hide_empty=0&exclude=1&show_option_none=Main Categories&name=main_cat&taxonomy=state’); ”

    im getting this in the 1st drop down

    * Animals

    Dog
    Cat
    Tiger
    Lion

    * Vehicles

    Scooter
    Bike
    Car
    Truck

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