This tutorial demonstrates how to add a hierarchical taxon selector in a widget's designer view. You can select taxa from a hierarchical taxonomy like Categories or a custom classification of your choice. For more information about categories in Sitefinity CMS, see For developers: Hierarchical taxonomies. For more information on custom classifications in Sitefinity CMS, see Create custom classifications.
NOTE: For more information on the scripts that you must load, see Feather: List of selectors scripts reference.
To access the selected value, you use the sf-selected-item and sf-selected-item-id attributes. If multiple selection of items is enabled, you must use the sf-selected-items and sf-selected-ids attributes. For more information on multiple selection of items, see Feather: Use multiple content items selectors.
By default, the selector shows only categories but you can modify it to work with a hierarchical taxonomy of your choice. You do this by specifying a sf-taxonomy-id attribute that accepts a scope property holding the GUID of the taxonomy. You can specify the dialog header using the sf-dialog-header attribute. By default, the dialog header is Select but if you set sf-dialog-header="Department", then the header is Select Department.
To create the scope property, add the following code in the widget designer's controller:
You can access the scope property using scope.properties.TaxonomyId.PropertyValue. In the code above, the GUID the Departments taxonomy.
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