Thanx for your help! FacetWP does not work with pages – I need a solution to filter my pages.
You’re welcome. You have an unusual but interesting application / requirement. Yes, filtering pages from the front end is not supported. That’s because pages aren’t typically supposed to be used for this kind of thing.
That’s really more the domain of custom post types IMO. Have you ever thought about creating / using a custom post type for your filtering? It’s easy to do and doesn’t have to cost a thing. Unless I’m missing something major, using a custom post type would seem to be a better long term solution? Don’t limit yourself to using the built-in types WP offers, it can do so much more!
Glad you may have found something that does what you wanted though.
5.3 is a bit like Internet Explorer v6 (to me) though plenty still use it. Time to move on since v5.6 is now out. I voted for v5.4 since I couldn’t think of a good reason not to. Plenty of bad reasons.
No, this is not permitted. If you were to develop a WordPress theme though (for example) and purchase an extended license (also getting author permission for each plugin – easily done in most cases – preferably before the purchase) then you’d be able to distribute it all together. This though wouldn’t be a “static” product as it would change pretty often (the plugins if not the theme itself).
Perhaps something like this is what you’re looking for?
FacetWP – Faceted Search for WordPress
Intelligent filtering for eCommerce, resource libraries, search pages and more
If the core product isn’t enough, there are also add-ons. Play with the demo and see if it’s sufficient.https://facetwp.com/
I think that you’ll get more replies here if you at least provide whether the script needs to be a standalone script (JS, PHP, etc alone) or a complete / comprehensive plugin for a platform like WordPress. Likely no can give you any useful suggestions until you have provided this basic information. If that’s because you don’t even yet know what you’re (going to be) using (haven’t decided), then you should take the time to decide that first (and come back later).
For example, if you said -“We’re using WordPress.” then I could say, try this…
Mailpoet – http://www.mailpoet.com/
Cheaper isn’t always better. At least that’s what I found out when trying Ninja Demo. To be fair though, that was right when v1.0 had launched. I reported the issues I had but haven’t re-reviewed it since.
It’s not clear what you think the menu plugin isn’t capable of doing. I don’t see anything it’s incapable of. All I see is that the links to demos you’ve provided display different menu implementations. Neither demo is an exhaustive demostration of all features.
If you can more specifically articulate your needs then I’m pretty sure the author could tell you more definitively whether it’s possible or not to do what you are wanting.
You can contact the author here (may need to scroll down to see the Email field) – http://codecanyon.net/user/codetemp?WT.ac=item_profile_text&WT.z_author=codetemp
If it’s not immediately possible, it’s also pretty the likely that it could be make to work how you want after purchase. In any event, good luck!
@CustomizeWP – The item you’ve suggested hasn’t been updated for over a year. It wouldn’t be something I’d recommend to anyone. Such inactivity (to me) is indicative of lack of time / passion for the item. I also see that you commented on that same item months ago but have yet to purchase it. Any particular reason(s) why?