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    schmecko
    Participant

    Hi,
    I’d like to do (for expemple) on a page called “travel”, get all separate galleries (thailand, cuba, usa…) with category filtering (thailand, cuba, usa…) in a grid gallery… i spend my all day on it and could not find an issue… I did like you say with a picture on featured image but in this case after, i have only this picture/filtering. Please, help 🙂

    http://themeva.com/docs/epix/grid-category-filtering/

    • This topic was modified 4 years, 6 months ago by  schmecko.
    #62381
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    Did you give each Gallery a unique ID? If you’re still having a problem, please post the page URL you’re working on and your WP login details – I’ll take a look for you 🙂

    #62669

    schmecko
    Participant
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    #62685
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    It was because you had “attached media” previously selected as a datasource and it was still looking at that data for the filtering. I’ve removed it and it’s now working.

    #62708

    schmecko
    Participant

    ok, thank you for your super fast answer,
    but it show only one picture of each gallery and a link, i wish to have all pictures and no link, just the filtering to choose.
    Is it possible ?

    #62726
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    You’re welcome. For that functionality I recommend using the “Slide Sets” instead.

    For Slide Sets, you just add all the images you want to display in that Gallery and then add “Filter Tags” to each slide for the Filtering.

    #62760

    schmecko
    Participant

    Not to bad as an option, it works! But i may be a very bad student but where do you get “filter tag” for each slide ? I couldn’t find it on each slide, even on the menu.
    Thanks

    #62763
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    If you goto Slide Set Manager > edit the relevant Slide Set > Click the “Edit” button ( pencil ) > Scroll down until you see “Filter Tags”. I hope that helps?

    #62774

    schmecko
    Participant

    Ok thanks, i understood well your explication, thanks for that… I saw this option on your video
    But I really have to do it for each pictures ? Because i’d like to put undreds… and it will be really long. No others solutions ?
    thanks again

    #62790
    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Unfortunately there isn’t a quicker way of implementing the filter tags.

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