has_term( string|int|array $term = '', string $taxonomy = '', int|object $post = null )

Check if the current post has any of given terms.


Description Description

The given terms are checked against the post’s terms’ term_ids, names and slugs. Terms given as integers will only be checked against the post’s terms’ term_ids. If no terms are given, determines if post has any terms.


Parameters Parameters

$term

(string|int|array) (Optional) The term name/term_id/slug or array of them to check for.

Default value: ''

$taxonomy

(string) (Optional) Taxonomy name

Default value: ''

$post

(int|object) (Optional) Post to check instead of the current post.

Default value: null


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Return Return

(bool) True if the current post has any of the given tags (or any tag, if no tag specified).


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Source Source

File: wp-includes/category-template.php

function has_term( $term = '', $taxonomy = '', $post = null ) {
	$post = get_post($post);

	if ( !$post )
		return false;

	$r = is_object_in_term( $post->ID, $taxonomy, $term );
	if ( is_wp_error( $r ) )
		return false;

	return $r;
}

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Version Description
3.1.0 Introduced.


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User Contributed Notes User Contributed Notes

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    Contributed by Marc Heatley

    If you’re checking for the presence of any terms from a given taxonomy on a post, you can pass in an empty string as the first parameter.

    Example

    if( has_term('', 'genre') ){
    	// do something
    }
    

    This is useful if you want to conditionally display some markup that applies only if terms have been added to a post.

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