http://supermusclesbuild.com/superior-test-x/

That is how and where to use Superior Test X. They will even walk you through the process of finding your Superior Test X. Simple huh? Making Superior Test X a part of your typical routines might shock you. With all due respect, "Where there's smoke there's fire."
http://supermusclesbuild.com/superior-test-x/

Views fields - display only deepest child taxonomy term

Hi all,

I've been trying to figure this out for several days - I'm stuck.

Is it possible to have a views field that displays only the deepest taxonomy child term (multi-level taxonomy)?

My view display type is "node".
My taxonomy for the vocabulary I am using looks like this:

Term 1
-Child 1
--Sub-child 1
-Child 2
--Sub-child 2
-Child 3
--Sub-child 2

Term 2
-Child 1
--Sub-child 1
-Child 2
--Sub-child 2
-Child 3
--Sub-child 2

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I'm wondering if a traditional in-place upgrade is even an option. It seems that it can't be as bad, let alone worse, than using the upgrade tools...

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