I just discovered this extension that seems to me better than Ja megafilter.
I tested on a site and it works properly
I want to put it on a new production site that has the same versions of extensions and even joomla 3.9
I do not see the module (even the title) while the plugin seems to me activated. I disabled JA megafilter
An idea to make it work ??
Hello. I did not understand the essence of the question.
For the filter to work correctly, you need to activate the module and the plugin. In the settings, select the type of display fields in the filter.
In the database can not be.
Only if you do it yourself on js.
We did not do this, as we use a filter for our own needs, and there was never such a need.
An example of the implementation of the filter rskst.ru/objects
Hello. i have same problem. My Joomla theme is yootheme, joomla version 3.9, i create grouped custom fields for my articles. Set all setting correctly, but in front end i only title of "JL Content Fields Filter" module.
dev wrote: Hello. i have same problem. My Joomla theme is yootheme, joomla version 3.9, i create grouped custom fields for my articles. Set all setting correctly, but in front end i only title of "JL Content Fields Filter" module.
Hello. Without a link to the category of articles where the filter is difficult to say.
1. There are no materials in the articles category.
2. No fields configured for filtering.
Здравствуйте! Плагин отличный, всё устраивает, как раз нужен минимум, и не нужно поднимать полноценный магазин и урезать его функционал.
Но, вот бы еще добавить поля с доставкой - радиобаттоны и выбор Самовывоз или Доставка (фиксированная цена), чтобы в корзину к итоговой стоимости добавлялось.
И был бы шик :)
I'm using JL Content Fields Filter on a site with Admin Tools and there seems to be a conflict between them.
The plugin was added to Admin Tools to allow direct access to the directory, but the filter still did not work on the frontend.
Can anything be done to fix this?
JL Content Fields Filter 2.0.2
Admin Tools Professional 6.1.7
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