Forum Replies Created
Ok, great. Thanks.
Last questions: in 3.0. Will the checkboxes on the search form be ajax-based vs having to submit the form button on every search?
Similar to this: https://facetwp.com/demo/cars/
And do you have a goal time-frame for 3.0?August 19, 2015 at 2:39 pm in reply to: Ajax style auto submit for search form xprofile fields #42726
Any luck on this?
I have a version working with gmywp 184.108.40.206.
If you want to see it, I have included a link below. For some reason, the map stopped working but everything seems ok. If you want to get a copy and merge it, I’d be up for it since I’m having a tough time keeping up with your releases and need someone to support it.Private Content Hidden
Bump. Still need this resolved. I cant’ be the only having this issue.
Any help?March 17, 2015 at 12:01 am in reply to: Ajax style auto submit for search form xprofile fields #30012
Here’s an example of how it could work.
an Ajax-based faceted search for profiles.
Similar to wpfacet but something that actually works with xprofile fields.
the user should be able select checkboxes of different xprofile field values and it auto return results as each is checked.
The search form should be created so that admin can select which xprofile fields show up.
If hundreds of values are available, then cut them off after a set amount and then offer up a pop up to select from more. Similar to the way yelp does it here:
These guys have something similar but you have to search a keyword first to get it to work. not really the same.
I’d love to see something like this done. It’s desperately missing from the community, free or paid.
This is key for member directory sites and since this is probably one of your biggest markets, it seems like a no brainer.
I’d be happy to help out with testing or if you are available for private development of an addon, I’d be willing to hire.
Any update on this?
I also noticed that if I leave all the “exclude members” checkboxes unchecked, only admins show up in the results even if there are subscribers that are active.
Perfect. Thank you!
Any word on this? Really need this to work! Thanks
ok, I’ve got it working by using the following three codes:
[gmw map="1"](set to “Using shortcode”)
[gmw search_form="1" name="form_id_1"]
However, even though I have the “display list of results ” and ” enable page load features” checked on the page load tab of form 1, I don’t get any results on load.
I do get perferct results when the submit button is checked.
any ideas? I’m on 2.6
I followed this and am only getting a blank page now.
[gmw map=”1″](set to “Using shortcode”)
When go to the page, nothing is there.March 11, 2015 at 3:42 pm in reply to: calling results on the same page throws error with buddyboss theme #28765
It looks like there’s another way to solve this with new shortcodes here:
This seems to be related: https://geomywp.com/support/forums/topic/2-column-form-and-results-layout-issue/
GMW Version 2.6
Exclude members Version 1.2