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michaeleparkour

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  1. Hi,

    One of my customers has a page on their website where their therapists are presented in a gallery by just a photo and name, and clicking a photo takes you to a deeper presentation page for respectively therapist. This is the page as it looks now: https://www.livingroomcc.se/teamet (without any filtering).

    My customer now wants a filter function so that a visitor can pick a specific category of therapeutic treatment, but they also want to have sub categories to further filter the therapist page.

    It should work something like this:

    1. Pick one of the main categories with a button.
    2. X number of subcategories are then shown in connection to the main category picked.
    3. Pick one subcategory, and this would automatically show only those therapists that has the chosen subcategory/qualification. 

    The number of sub categories may vary among the main categories, and some main categories might not have any sub category at all.

    I need help on the best way to do this. The template is Basil (Brine family).

    Would Universal Filter do the work?

    If it's not possible to achive the sub category filtering, would Universal Filter be the right way solving the first filtering?

    As my coding knowledge is close to zero, I'm gonna need you to implement this? Can you give me an estimated cost, please.

  2. New Products REQUIRES Filter being loaded on Admin side to save new categories and it supports only 1-level subcategory.
  3. You just were needed to set the collectionUrl and link it to your real collection source url - I'm not sure why you were copying some code... You may DM me and invite on site for help.
  4. Your Summary is with external links - in this case you need to set collectionUrl in filter config.
  5. Yes, it automatically fetch your categories/tags/variants
  6. You obviously may have Squarespace limits per collections. But Lazy Summaries will try to load all if we're talking about bigger collections like Blogs. Also, with some other plugin or in several cases you may load from several collections.
  7. @SarahAhzan The issue is in your custom styles where you're limiting each form field to 60px. So sure you may set background to transparent to prevent visual overlap, but I'd better left file input with auto height : .fileInput { height: auto!important; }
  8. Hi. You may use custom function in getAttr and use keywords from Portfolio items SEO Description and 7.1 Galleries Images Descriptions. And sure no problem to have several filtering dropdowns with different options
  9. No easy way for that from JS side - SS wrote code in manner you can't really access it or affect, and all masonry calculations goes in code. But damn, that's a simple CSS, nothing complex: @media (max-width: 576px) { .gallery-masonry .gallery-masonry-wrapper { columns: 2; column-gap: 0; height: auto!important; display: block!important; padding: 0 5px; } .gallery-masonry-item-wrapper { height: auto!important; } .gallery-masonry-item { position: relative!important; transform: none!important;
  10. I actually have that - no body content as this is complex task, but titles, excerpts, images, tags/categories - sure. Plan to release soon
  11. Does your app support going from 7.1 to 7.0?

    1. michaeleparkour

      michaeleparkour

      No, 7.1 to 7.0 not work for now.

  12. Tons of js validation libraries around... I have no ready-to-use simple solution for you, but the idea is simple: disable submit button on load, set all inputs to required, listen inputs changes, validate values you need - if all good enable submit button.
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