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Is this possible? 8 years 1 month ago #18806

  • Faris M Hayek
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Hello. I was wondering whether or not the following is possible and if not its on my wishlist. I was hoping you can point me in the right direction in getting starting with each of the following.

1) The ability to sort better in categories. Right now we can basically filter by whatever category specified, but those categories should contain sub-fields. Which can be added and in the front-end, those categories needs to be filterable.

For example: Lets say I use this extension for a property website.

I would create a category: Flats, and list all the flats.
And When I add a node it would have options like: Bedrooms, Bathrooms, etc. All of which can be added in the back-end and then on the front-end it would display as a filter, Maybe a text filter, or an integer, or a decimal, a text filter would be useless cause that is what search would be for.

2) A search that auto completes based on on the entries already available.

3) A separate module for search that can be published on another page and then used to open up the map page.

4) TO display the map in full screen without the option of minimizing it.

5) Clustering

Dreams.... :)

Is this possible? 8 years 1 month ago #18810

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Hey Faris,

1. Yes, custom fields is on the list for a lot of time... There are always other improvements that are more important that come in the way, but sooner or later I'll come to that.

2. Yes, that will be added soon.

3. Yep!

4. OK

5. Clustering??? check this out: compojoom.com/support/documentation/hotspots/ch05#idp121680

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