edited_terms action

Fires immediately after a term is updated in the database, but before its term-taxonomy relationship is updated.

To use edited_terms action, first you have to register it using add_action. You can write this code into functions.php of your activated theme or in a custom WordPress Plugin.

We at Flipper Code, always prefer to create a custom WordPress Plugin while using hooks so nothing breaks when you update your WordPress Theme in the future.

In the below live example, we have defined a function execute_on_edited_terms_event which takes 2 parameters and we registered using add_action. The first parameter edited_terms is name of the hook, The second parameter execute_on_edited_terms_event is name of the function which need to be called, third parameter is the priority of calling the hook if same hook is used multiple times and the last parameter is the number of arguments (if any) to be passed in the registered function.

Sometime, you have to remove a registered hook so you can use remove_action to remove edited_terms action.

Parameters

    Below are the 2 parameters are required to use this hook.

  • $term_id : (int) Term ID.
  • $taxonomy : (string) Taxonomy slug.

Live Example

do_action( 'edited_terms', int $term_id, string $taxonomy )

Below is an example how you can use this hook.

                        function execute_on_edited_terms_event($term_id, $taxonomy){
                           //You can write code here to be executed when this action occurs in WordPress. Use the parameters received in the function arguments & implement the required additional custom functionality according to your website requirements.
                           
                        }
                        // add the action
                        add_action( "edited_terms", "execute_on_edited_terms_event" , 10, 2);

To remove a hook callback, use the example below.

remove_action( "edited_terms", "execute_on_edited_terms_event", 10, 2 );

Please make sure provide the same callback function name, priority and number of arguments while removing the hook callback.

Flipper Code is a Premium WordPress Plugins development company and integrating new functionalites into WordPress sites in form of custom WordPress Plugins since 2012. If you’re having any trouble using this hook, please contact our WordPress Development Team and we’d be happy to assist you.

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