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423       *     @type string   $name             Value of the name attribute to use for the drop-down select element.
424       *                                      Default 'parent'.
425       *     @type string   $orderby          The field to order by. Default 'name'.
426       *     @type bool     $hierarchical     Whether the taxonomy is hierarchical. Default true.
427       *     @type string   $show_option_none Label to display if there are no terms. Default 'None'.
428       * }
429       * @param string $taxonomy The taxonomy slug.
430       * @param string $context  Filter context. Accepts 'new' or 'edit'.
431       */
432      $dropdown_args = apply_filters( 'taxonomy_parent_dropdown_args', $dropdown_args, $taxonomy, 'new' );
433
434      wp_dropdown_categories( $dropdown_args );
435      ?>
436      <?php if ( 'category' == $taxonomy ) : // @todo: Generic text for hierarchical taxonomies ?>
437           <p><?php _e('Categories, unlike tags, can have a hierarchy. You might have a Jazz category, and under that have children categories for Bebop and Big Band. Totally optional.'); ?></p>
438      <?php endif; ?>
439 </div>
440 <?php endif; // is_taxonomy_hierarchical() ?>
441 <div class="form-field term-description-wrap">