If you’ve registered a custom taxonomy it’s a bit different to get data from than how you’d normally do for categories.
Let’s say we want to add Brands as a taxonomy to our posts
register_taxonomy( 'brands', 'post', array('labels'=>array('name'=>'Brands')));
To get the category from post id we use get_the_category, but that only look for the terms in category taxonomy. So we need to get the custom term list from get_the_terms, as we can specify which taxonomy to look for.
$brands = get_the_terms( $postID, 'brands' );
Will return an array with all brands selected in this case, false or wp_error if invalid taxonomy given.
So in a real example you should use something similar to this:
If you want with links look for get_the_term_list.
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