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If you want to use this module, your options are:
- Choose another, actively maintained module instead
- Fix the module and then contact the security team to have your version reviewed and the project handed over to you following the abandoned project process
- Hire someone to fix the security bug so the module can be re-published (see this guide on how to hire a Drupal site developer)
Merging with Taxonomy Blocks:
In a move that might decrease confusion, Taxonomy Blocks module will merge with Taxonomy Navigator and will deprecate this module.
All functionalities from Taxonomy Navigator will be integrated into Taxonomy Blocks from version 2.x. By the moment this module is still valid, we will indicate when the new version is stable so you could move and keep your actual functionalities in your site without any problem.
What this does?
Perhaps I should first talk about what took me to create this module.
I had the need to have a navigation block that shows the taxonomy terms of a category. I needed that this links refer to a view passing the term id as a parameter and that the term be highlighted as active if viewing a node that contains that term or if looking at the view with that term as parameter.
So, I created this simple module to do exactly that, and it is configurable to match your needs and be able to change the base view or path for those links.
Resume of characteristics:
Enable a navigation block for each taxonomy category and enable the possibility to set a base link for each block links passing the term id as parameter.
If you are in a node that contains one or more terms that are in that navigation block it will mark those term links as active.
If you are in the base path you set (taxonomy/term/$tid by default) plus the term id it will be mark as active in the block.
You can enable any number of navigation blocks and control them as any other block.
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