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[Resolved] I need to hide search filters, but show pagination

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Last updated by Nigel 3 years, 7 months ago.

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#596847

Tell us what you are trying to do?

Hide the search filters (because I'm displaying the filters separately in the sidebar), but still show pagination. If I remove the [wpv-filter-meta-html] shortcode, then I lose the pagination as well. I can hide the filters with some html (display: none;), but I'm hoping for a more elegant solution.

Is there any documentation that you are following?

No

Is there a similar example that we can see?

What is the link to your site?

hidden link

#597056

Nigel
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Hi Clay

I'm guessing you have inserted your pagination controls in the Filter Editor, but if you look you will see you can also insert them in the Loop Output editor.

So move the shortcodes for the pagination to the Loop Output editor (inside the items found section but outside the loop itself).

#597264

Thanks. Your suggestion got me the layout I was looking for. However, now the pagination links don't work (they did before). When I click "Next," nothing happens.

#597611

Nigel
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Hi Clay

I can see the problem when visiting the page of your site, there is a JS error when you hit the next link. It's not clear why, because the View ID matches up.

Could I take a look at your site for myself, I think that would be the quickest way to find the issue.

I will mark your next reply as private so that I can get log-in credentials from you—you may want to create a temporary admin user for me to use that you can later delete. And be sure to have a current backup of your site, even though I don't intend to do anything other than inspect your set up.

#597978

Nigel
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Sorry Clay, trying to log in with those credentials it says the password is incorrect.

Let me mark your next reply as private again.

#598884

Nigel
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Hi Clay

The problem was that you had removed the filter shortcode from the "Filter and Loop Output Integration Editor" section of your paintings View. I've re-instated it now and the pagination works.

When you want to split the search filters and the results, you specify this when inserting the View shortcode. So I also edited the page where you display this View and changed the wpv-view shortcode so that it displays only the search results, the filters being displayed separately in the sidebar.