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Ad filter for sub nodes [Paid] [Deleted]

Akinak

Well-known member
#3
Akinak, did you mean "sub-node" as "sub forum", while "node" as "forum" ?

If so, then we can't filter forums under category, can we ?

This add-on just works for filtering subforums under forum, right ?
No, it also work with categories (if categories have separate page). It no work in main forum page.




 
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Akinak

Well-known member
#5
1. How about filtering in a page that contains some categories (NOT a page which only contains a category's content) ? Will it work well ? (i.e.: https://xenforo.com/community/)
It work in some category page, but no in Main Forum page.

2. While filtering subnodes inside a page of categories, will it detect the subforums listed inside the dropdowns ?
No, it work only with level-1 nodes. Not with subforums.

Yes, it is compatible, becouse my add-on dont change main forum page.
 
#6
It work in some category page, but no in Main Forum page.
Is it possible for you to make it works inside the Main Forum page too ? The logic is the Main Forum page needs this utility the most since more nodes to be searched there. It's quite important, IMHO.

BTW, I can't find the individual category page of this Xenforo site, could you share the link of Xenforo's individual category page please ?

No, it work only with level-1 nodes. Not with subforums.
Same with above, it'll be a lot better to be able to search for subforums inside dropdowns too, could you make it searches the subforums please ?

If you're implementing those two above, please take a note for this one too

thanks :)
 
#8
Actually I still need some little improvements for this add-on, one of them is for automatically opening/unhiding the "closed" toggleme nodes when they meet the search criteria

but since you've been so kind to my suggestions, I just bought it for supporting you anyway, just please lend me a hand for improving this add-on (y)

I'll post my structurized feedbacks here as soon as I've tried it, thanks :)
 
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