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I'm looking to have pages where I can query new results, without reloading the page. I currently know nothing about this, but am about to dive into reading about it, learning what I can, and attempting an implementation. Here is my situation / needs:
I'll have the following information:
-Has pool tables
The primary categories will have sub-categories (for example, dining will have restaurants, diners, delis, street vendors, etc). Many of these places will have food, despite not being strictly a dining location.
I want to be able to filter something like so:
-Restaurants, take out or delivery.
-Bars, with dine in food.
-Hotels and Bed and Breakfasts
My primary categories are a custom post type of Venues, and the rest of the information is stored using Advanced Custom Fields. I can query the data just fine, my question is how to query this data on a page, without reloading, and how to visually present the option (checkbox, dropdown, etc). If anyone could help me with this, I would be extremely grateful!
I'll definitely check them out and look through the code if I can, but I'm looking for a non-plugin approach, unless it's very lightweight. I don't like relying on 3rd party tech, so I've programmed a lot myself thus far, this is just a bit out of my comfort zone.
Thanks for the suggestions, and let me know if you have any other related material!
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