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It took some time to figure out, but I've realized that my filter issues on the home page have to do with the "Count" under the various Taxonomies.
The count that is found beside each taxonomy (e.g. Bedrooms 1, 2, and 3) have a count based on the number of listings assigned to that taxonomy. In the filters, the Bedrooms, Pricing, etc are all out of order due to the order being by whichever has the highest Count or number of homes assigned to that taxonomy.
How can I disable Count, so it will no longer filter by the highest count to the lowest? In other words, I need, for example, Bedrooms to start with 1 Bedroom then 2 Bedroom so on and so on.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I know what you mean about the taxonomy order in the search bar. I recommend posting this question in the AgentPress Listings plugin support area. If there is a way to alter this programmatically, without changing plugin code, they can point you in the right direction. If that is the case and you run into a snag, post back here and I can help.
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