ubermenu_dynamic_terms_args

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The ubermenu_dynamic_terms_args filter allows you to filter the terms query arguments array just before it is passed to get_terms for Dynamic Terms.

Here’s an example of using the filter. We’ll target a Dynamic Term item with the ID 473. This demonstrates how you’d alter the query arguments to use the ‘include’ parameter to whitelist a set of terms.

function um_filter_dynamic_terms_args( $term_args , $menu_item_id ){

	//Target menu item 473
	if( $menu_item_id == 473 ){

		//Whitelist the specific term IDs
		$term_args['include'] = array( 5, 21, 26, 52 );
	}

	return $term_args;

}
add_filter( 'ubermenu_dynamic_terms_args' , 'um_filter_dynamic_terms_args' , 10 , 2 );

ubermenu_dynamic_terms_args

Your registered callback will be called once for each dynamic terms item. The array you return will be passed as query arguments to the get_terms() function. You have access to the query arguments (with parameters set in the menu item settings already present) and the ID of the Dynamic Terms item.

$term_args
This is an array of query arguments to be passed to get_terms(). The filter callback should return this. For a full list of parameters that can be passed, please see The WordPress Codex: get_terms()
$menu_item_id
This is the ID of the Dynamic Terms menu item.