Support » Plugin: Beautiful taxonomy filters » Filter makes a query without the subfolder in the pathname

  • Resolved temark

    (@temark)


    Hi Jonathan,

    Promising plugin! Can’t wait to get it working. The issue I have is that my development website is built under a subfolder (will change it once it goes live but hoping to have it work on the dev site). When I hit “Filter” it goes to the root domain without the subfolder so it’s returning a 500 Internal Server error.

    eg. I’m on this page: https://mywebsite.com/subfoldername/category/events/
    I filter for “Teams” and the page redirects to: https://mywebsite.com/category/teams/ (without the subfoldername) and gives me error.

    Let me know if I can update this somewhere to fix this!

    Thanks,
    Tiffany

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  • temark

    (@temark)

    I found a solution, which is to add an archive string to my custom post type registration settings (has_archive_string:videos). That did the trick.

    Plugin Author Jonathandejong

    (@jonathandejong)

    Hi!
    Interesting problem! Quite the edge case I guess 🙂

    I’m glad you found a solution! There’s also a filter on the redirect URL BTF uses that could be used to modify the resulting URL if needed.

    Best of luck with your new website!

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