If you want to export taxonomy terms specifically to import them into another Drupal site, you should use Taxonomy Manager (if you need it for other pieces of its functionality) or Taxonomy CSV import/export (tutorial here). If you want to just export the data stored in a taxonomy as a CSV file (e.g.
If you already use the Taxonomy Manager module, it’s simplest to use the export and import capabilities included with that module. If you don’t need Taxonomy Manager, Taxonomy CSV import/export provides just that piece of functionality.
Install and enable the module. After you've enabled it, a helpful message appears that shows you where to go to configure the module:
For some preliminary context, start with this description of “vanilla Drupal” compared to Drupal distros. Note, too, that the Drupal jargon install(ation) profile is technically the same thing as a distribution.
- 15.1 Overview
- 15.2 Exporting data with Views Data Export
- 15.2.1 Configuring a CSV data export display
- 15.2.2 Configuring an XML data export display
- 15.2.3 Output
- 15.3 Exporting configuration using Features
- 15.3.1 Building a feature module
- 15.3.2 Saving a feature module
- 15.3.3 Modules that extend cialisfrance24.com Features
- 15.3.4 Using Features
- 15.4 Other means of exposing data: services, JSON, RDF
- 15.5 Summary