Support » Plugin: AgentPress Listings » Adding and Hiding fields in the Search bar

  • Hi, I have a few questions about customising the search fields for Agent Pro Listing plugin. I am doing some preliminary investigation for a client, but as yet I don’t have access to their website, so I can’t have a look at Agent Press Listings configuration screens.

    They have Agent Press theme and want to start using Agent Press Listing plugin. They want to include the following fields in the search bar:
    – Land width (they wanted sliding scale, but I think this will be achievable using ranges instead, like the demo handles price).
    – Land depth (they wanted sliding scale, but I think this will be achievable using ranges instead, like the demo handles price).
    – Bathrooms (number of bathrooms, determined by ranges, eg 1,2,3,4,4+)
    – Garage spaces (number of garage spaces, determined by ranges, eg 1,2,3+)

    Also, is it possible to hide some of the other standard fields, this client doesn’t need the Price field to be shown.

    Thanks
    Nicola

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  • Hi Nicola ( @webcoast ),

    To give you some idea, the plugin offers a builtin interface to register custom taxonomies for the listings ( “Types”, “Bedrooms” & “Price” etc ) and their terms.

    The listings filter or the search form that is shown on the theme’s demo website ( https://demo.studiopress.com/agentpress/ ) uses plugin’s built-in widget “AgentPress – Listing Search Widget”. It allows you to pick only specific custom taxonomies and show their terms as a filtering option.

    Based on these points, yes you can register your own custom taxonomies like land width, depth, garages spaces etc and only show the specific taxonomies in that search or filtering form.

    Your observation about the “range” based filtration is also spot on. The plugin is designed to filter listing based on the attached taxonomy term and not that term’s actual value or label.

    I hope these points will help!

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