we are building up our new website on joomla and we want the user to make a multiple choice of tags and then display a featured image with a link to the original article.
I successfully installed your plugin and found out how to handle it so it appears in the frontend. (althought it only displays on one page, and I dont know why exactly, but i will find out, i guess)
But my actual Problem as followed:
I made a checkbox field, but when i click and apply the filter, i can not see any results... and i am unable to find out why it is so.. I think I am missing something... I would be very happy for some help!
I did not understand what you want to filter on this page.
If I understood correctly this is an article page, not a category page.
The category page is empty 2019.form.ch/loesungen/8-projekte/ under such conditions, a blank page will be displayed during filtering.
Okay, yes you're right it weas an article page. I created a category page but how will I fill it with content..? Shouldn't it just display all the articles within the category?
I'm thinking it might not work with yootheme.. do you have experiences with similar themes?
I do not understand what you want. The filter works in any topic, we have sites that work on Yootheme PRO. I repeat, there are no visible articles on the proposed site in the categories that could be filtered.
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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