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I've been asked to do something a little outside the scope of AgentPress/AgentPress Listings, and I'm hoping someone here will know how I can accomplish it.
I'm trying to create three "master" categories of real estate listings. I've set up extensive taxonomies, and they work fine. However, if I create a search page with just one subset of search parameters (meaning it only brings up a few listings as a result), if someone makes no choices (like a "search all"), then all listings show up, which I don't want.
For example, on my staging site (http://onemain.thirdsidedev.com/office/), I'm trying to find office properties only. Which I can do if I select various options that are tagged in only office listings. But if I just click "Search Properties", I'll see residential listings in there too. A hierarchy of taxonomies would be perfect, but I don't see a way to do that. So is there some way to create separate "buckets" of content, and create search forms that will only yield that subset of results?
Thanks in advance!http://onemain.thirdsidedev.com/office/
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I hope you found a solution for creating subcategories.
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