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So I kind of simplified how I’m displaying these on the front end. In actuality, it’s displaying in three select fields, with each taxonomy in it’s own field, and then some jQuery to show and hide different fields based on the user’s selection of Make.
Honestly I did think about doing it that way, but I didn’t want me client to be able to set up levels deeper than needed (for example, if I made it hierarchical, they could set up Honda > Civic > Accord > Fit > Element, and just keep going down).
Maybe I’ll just switch to hierarchical if this can’t be easily done; I can always just warn my client that making deeper levels of makes/models could break things.
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