I have a blog page and I just copy /paste the blog feed on the page so I have 2 blog feeds on my page.
Now what I would like to have is being able to show (filter) only one category for each feed, so let’s say:
Blog feed 1: all articles in the News category
Blog feed 2: All articles in the Blog Category
Is it possible to have a filter for each blog feed?
Thank you very much for your help,
@md60th Hey! Do you think you can help me here as well ?
Hi man, how are you?
I played with it a bit and I think that i manage to do ti:
Create a new page.
Add a dataset.
Connect the database to the Posts database.
Add filter to the database:
Value source: Reference,
Value: Choose a specific category you want.
Add a repeater to the page.
Connect the repeater to the dataset (and of course all the items).
Here’s how I did it:
Hope this is what you meant and that it will help you.
Hi @md60th , I hope you’re doing well!
Thanks a lot for the tips! I used your video to get a better understanding and at the end I used a pro gallery connected to my blog dataset.
In this way I can have several categories in several section on the same page and with several filters as well. to organise the categories.
Thank you for your help!
@thibaultlerailler This is great solution!
Is it possible to just have one dynamic page, and based on a category a user selects from the dropdown list, the the records on the page are filtered by the selected category?
Ideally, I would like to do the above with graphics instead of a dropdown list. The graphics would be from a database and be bound to repeater. When a user clicks a category image I would like the records on the page to be filtered by the category image they have clicked. Any idea how this could be achieved.
This was super helpful for us, too. Thanks @md60th ! How did you create the two dropdown menus for the categories and hashtags?