Display the taxonomy/filter of a post as a class in the results template

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    How do I display a custom taxonomy as a class/text in the results template? I am able to do it in the Advanced HTML settings in the ASP settings in WordPress, but it is not showing up in the PHP template. <div id='<?php the_field('divi_overlays_id', $r->id); ?>' class='item<?php echo apply_filters('asp_result_css_class', $asp_res_css_class, $r->id, $r); ?> <?php get_post_meta('_taxonomy_resource_type', $r->id); ?>'>

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    #31081

    In your above code there is an error, this:

    <?php get_post_meta('_taxonomy_resource_type', $r->id); ?>

    ..an echo or print is missing, and a the data is not singular:

    <?php echo get_post_meta('_taxonomy_resource_type', $r->id, true); ?>

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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