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Site URL: https://capier-investments.webflow.io/portfolio-3

Hey all,

I wish to create filtering options exactly as the URL https://capier-investments.webflow.io/portfolio-3  I want the design to be the same as well as the functionality ie the ability to apply multiple filters. The only difference will be instead of 3 there will be 4 filtering options. Please let me know squarespace options or any resources that will be help me achieve this. Thank you

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On 6/6/2022 at 4:01 PM, Capier said:

I wish to create filtering options...I want the design to be the same as well as the functionality ie the ability to apply multiple filters.

Squarespace can filter by a single category or a tag but it doesn't have advanced sorting or filtering capabilities like those shown in the Webflow site that you linked.

For that sort of functionality you'll need to use a library like Isotope or write advanced JavaScript. There's a third party (paid) plugin specifically for Squarespace called Universal Filter. It's quite advanced so you may want some help to install it but it's certainly much cheaper than trying to implement this feature manually.

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55 minutes ago, paul2009 said:

Squarespace can filter by a single category or a tag but it doesn't have advanced sorting or filtering capabilities like those shown in the Webflow site that you linked.

For that sort of functionality you'll need to use a library like Isotope or write advanced JavaScript. There's a third party (paid) plugin specifically for Squarespace called Universal Filter. It's quite advanced so you may want some help to install it but it's certainly much cheaper than trying to implement this feature manually.

So you are suggesting Isotopes or Universal Filters? 

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1 hour ago, Capier said:

So you are suggesting Isotopes or Universal Filters? 

Both are great, but Universal Filter is easier to configure. 

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