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[Resolved] Two views sharing a search form on the same page

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Last updated by DavidW2160 2 years, 3 months ago.


I have a set of Directory Listings and two views - one is a map view and one is a normal table view of the same data. I'd like to use the map view's search form to also feed the normal view so they both use the same form on the same page.

It would look like this:
Search Form. (view #1)
Map of Listings (view #1)
Listings view in table format (view #2)

Possible? Is there a way to suppress the search form on the Listings view, and have it react using AJAX same as the Map view? I could add a Submit button instead of Ajax if that would help.


My issue is resolved now. I searched through the support tickets (again) and found this:
1) remove [wpv-filter-meta-html] from the Output data of the second view, and
2) add a submit button to the first view.

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