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  • #17901

    maxbuzz
    Participant

    Hi,

    In the menu structure, I have a destination (eg. Asia) as a menu item, the sub-item could be another destination (eg. Nepal) until it drills down to final location.
    a. I can see the destination page https://tinyurl.com/y3n2qn84 but don’t know how to insert it into the menu. I am currently creating a page for each destination and inserting it in the menu url but I don’t think that’s an efficient way.
    b. is there a difference in the result set of the horizontal “filter by” and vertical “filter by”
    c. Can price be removed (1) from the horizontal filter?
    d. Trip duration (2 in the screenshot), actually means duration or length of the trip eg. 5 days or 8 Days. By giving 2 date boxes its becomes a date range in which the trip is occurring. (A better way for this is using the calendar as discussed in another post). So is there a way to actually filter by duration? eg a user wants to check for trips that are 2 days long and can be completed in his available holidays.

    #17904

    Support Team
    Keymaster

    Hello @maxbuzz,

    The answer to your queries are listed below:

    a. I can see the destination page https://tinyurl.com/y3n2qn84 but don’t know how to insert it into the menu. I am currently creating a page for each destination and inserting it in the menu url but I don’t think that’s an efficient way.

    Response: You can directly add the destination from the menu. For this you simply nee to go to Admin Panel > Appearance > Menus and add the destinations in your desired menu.

    Screenshot:
    https://prnt.sc/oe031c

    Also, make sure to check the destination in the screen option above.
    https://prnt.sc/oe03ka

    b. is there a difference in the result set of the horizontal “filter by” and vertical “filter by”

    Response: No there is no difference between these two filter.

    c. Can price be removed (1) from the horizontal filter?

    Response: To remove the price filter add below given CSS.

    .wp-toolbar-filter-field.wt-filter-by-price {
        display: none;
    }

    As for the last query, we will surely discuss it further and see what we can do.

    Thank you.

    #17973

    maxbuzz
    Participant

    Hi,

    a. I can see the destination page https://tinyurl.com/y3n2qn84 but don’t know how to insert it into the menu. I am currently creating a page for each destination and inserting it in the menu url but I don’t think that’s an efficient way.

    Response: You can directly add the destination from the menu. For this you simply nee to go to Admin Panel > Appearance > Menus and add the destinations in your desired menu.

    Screenshot:
    https://prnt.sc/oe031c

    Also, make sure to check the destination in the screen option above.
    https://prnt.sc/oe03ka

    Thanks. Had made a very stupid mistake of not turning category on 🙁

    b. is there a difference in the result set of the horizontal “filter by” and vertical “filter by”

    Response: No there is no difference between these two filter.

    c. Can price be removed (1) from the horizontal filter?

    Response: To remove the price filter add below given CSS.

    .wp-toolbar-filter-field.wt-filter-by-price {
    display: none;
    }

    As horizontal and vertical are same, to avoid redundancy I similarly location, type and the button by
    .wp-toolbar-filter-field.wt-filter-by-travel-locations,
    .wp-toolbar-filter-field.wt-filter-by-itinerary-types,
    .wp-travel-filter-button.
    As I just need to let the user switch between grid and list.
    Is this the right way?

    #17978

    Support Team
    Keymaster

    Hello @maxbuzz,

    To switch in between the list type(Grid, List) you can just click on the icon as mentioned below in the screenshot:

    https://prnt.sc/of8bll

    Hope this clears the confusion.

    Thank you.

    #17980

    maxbuzz
    Participant

    Hi,

    Sorry for not being clear.
    I know how to switch between list and grid, my query was
    If i just want to display the grid/list icons in the horizontal filter is the css that I have done
    .wp-toolbar-filter-field.wt-filter-by-travel-locations,
    .wp-toolbar-filter-field.wt-filter-by-itinerary-types,
    .wp-travel-filter-button.
    set to display none the best way to do it?

    It is working for me the query is if this is the best way to achieve it

    #17986

    Support Team
    Keymaster

    Hello

    Based on your description, as we are not able to witness the changes in the site itself, the code should work well. However, if you encounter any issues with the changes, we will try and solve it.

    Feel free to report us back once the site goes live.

    Regards!

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