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[Plugin: Query Multiple Taxonomies] feature suggestion

  • Ovidiu
    Participant

    @ovidiu

    Just curios if the following can be done:

    1. I realized that when i.e. having a slug like: http://pacura.ru/?ingredient=butter&cuisine=&course=&special_diet=vegetarian the template being used is the one for the vegetarian taxonomy.

      I’d like to be able to specify a specific template to be used for any searches using your widget.
      Besides check out the link I gave above and watch out for the title in the browser. Looks a bit odd, any chances we can customize that? Currently it looks like this:

      : Ingredients: butter; Special diets: vegetarian

    2. Any chance I can use this plugin somehow to filter for several taxonomies of the same type?
      Trying to use it as a navigation/search for a recipe database I am currently building.
      Right now I can filter for i.e. ingredient=potato and cuisine=european but how about being able to filter for several ingredients? Or do you have any advice how to do that?
    3. And back again to the example link I provided above: it seems to add the query to the main domain. Any chance I can specify a custom permalink for these queries? I’d like to add something like a slug in between my domain and the query.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/query-multiple-taxonomies/

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  • Plugin Author scribu
    Member

    @scribu

    Besides check out the link I gave above and watch out for the title in the browser. Looks a bit odd, any chances we can customize that?

    It’s difficult to reliably customize the title with the current wp_title() function WP provides.

    Right now I can filter for i.e. ingredient=potato and cuisine=european but how about being able to filter for several ingredients? Or do you have any advice how to do that?

    This is already possible. Just choose Mode: ‘lists’ in the widget settings and click on multiple ingredients.

    Plugin Author scribu
    Member

    @scribu

    And back again to the example link I provided above: it seems to add the query to the main domain. Any chance I can specify a custom permalink for these queries? I’d like to add something like a slug in between my domain and the query.

    Yeah, that’s an option I might add to the widget.

    Ovidiu
    Participant

    @ovidiu

    🙂
    thanks. I guess I’ll have to leave out the sidebar and widgetize the page as there are going to be quite a couple of ingredients so I will need the extra space for all the ingredients…

    I don’t have any other idea how to do this but am open to any suggestions.

    still contemplating how one could do a different interface for your plugin to make the search a bit easier… I want people to be able to quickly find recipes by clicking on ingredients they want to filter by…

    Plugin Author scribu
    Member

    @scribu

    That’s already how the lists mode works, but let me know if you have an idea on how to reduce screen space usage.

    Ovidiu
    Participant

    @ovidiu

    need to work out a nice template will let you know when I have it ready so maybe you can suggest some improvements/get new ideas for the plugin.

    thanks

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