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|Cannot Get Markers to Show on Map / Errors on Geocoding API||2||5||5 years, 1 month ago|
|Types 2.2 is incompatible with Beaver Builder plugin||4||6||5 years, 1 month ago|
How Can I Change the Size of the Marker Popup?
Problem: How can we change the size of the Marker PopUp windows?
Solution: Those pop ups are adpated to the size of the map. If you increase the Map's size, those will adequately also oncrease in size.
It is not reccomended to increase those without increasimg the Map itself as other wise at some point, the Marker PopUp will cover the whole Map
|2||3||5 years, 2 months ago|
|Can I Display a Parent Type after Using Parametric Search for Child Fields||2||2||5 years, 4 months ago|
|Using parametric view slide to show 4 posts, but layout is sometimes shrunk.||2||3||5 years, 4 months ago|
Parametric Search is not refreshing the results.
Problem: Have a View that queries a custom post type and then adds a parametric search with a filter for that custom post type.
Solution: You can't run 2 post queries on the same custom post type, the solution is to alter the data structure so that the custom post type can first be queried and then filtered using a taxonomy.
Relevant Documentation: N/A
|2||5||5 years, 4 months ago|
Can I filter by the same Custom Field twice?
Problem: Can I filter by the same Custom Field twice, in a View? Like filtering by some values in the Query Filter and then by some other values (of the same field) in the Parametric Search.
Solution: No. Each Field, Taxonomy or other data can be used only once per View Query (Filter and Parametric Search)
|2||3||5 years, 5 months ago|
|How to display custom taxonomy on page.||2||6||5 years, 5 months ago|
I closed a topic too soon. Need help with Parametric Search for real estate site
Problem: I want to create different Variations for a given Post, just as WooCommerce Variable Products.
Solution: You can use different approaches.
Given that a Views Parametric Search will return your data (which are Post Types) those will be searchable by this Posts Types Meta Data (Fields, taxonomies, etc)
The meta Data (fields, taxonomies, etc) will determine the variations of our posts.
Since above is the case, you need a Post for each "different variation".
You could also set up a Parent / Child Relation with Types, and as example, create a Parent Post Type "Homes", and a Child Post Type "Features"
This Child Post Type would hold all Fields that can change (the properties of your homes)
Then, you create one Parent Post Type (HOME) each "house" you have, and add as many Child Posts (features) to it, as you need.
But it will basically be the same as creating many Home Posts, as you still would need many Child Posts for every variant of a home
Relevant Documentation: https://toolset.com/documentation/user-guides/creating-post-type-relationships/ https://toolset.com/documentation/user-guides/using-custom-fields/ https://toolset.com/documentation/user-guides/creating-groups-of-repeating-fields-using-fields-tables/
|2||9||5 years, 5 months ago|
Adding related posts with options based on a master.
Problem: Can I create a Post and let the user choose "different options" of this Post, just as I can do with WooCommerce "Variations" of product?
Solution: You can do this with a parametric Search. It will not be the same as a Product Variations, but instead, you will be creating different Posts, enriched with Taxonomies and Fields.
Then, you will create a Parametric Search with Views, where the end user can select some criteria and then view the content matching this criteria.
You can see a "real life" example of this process here: https://toolset.com/forums/topic/adding-related-posts-with-options-based-on-a-master/#post-389956
Relevant Documentation: https://toolset.com/documentation/user-guides/create-a-custom-post-type/ https://toolset.com/documentation/user-guides/using-custom-fields/ https://toolset.com/documentation/user-guides/front-page-filters/
|2||8||5 years, 6 months ago|