• Camelia Support Team - WP Estate
    May 28, 2015 at 1:25 pm #109403

    In our theme City—> Area are the only connected taxonomies.

    For connect more taxonomies is required new code.

    We recommend you to take as example the relation between our taxonomies State-Area.

    The code for relation between our taxonomies State-Area is in property.php line 967-

    these are the filters and functions used to sort areas by city


    // Tie area with city


    add_action( 'property_area_edit_form_fields', 'property_area_callback_function', 10, 2);
    add_action( 'property_area_add_form_fields', 'property_area_callback_add_function', 10, 2 );
    add_action( 'created_property_area', 'property_area_save_extra_fields_callback', 10, 2);
    add_action( 'edited_property_area', 'property_area_save_extra_fields_callback', 10, 2);
    add_filter('manage_edit-property_area_columns', 'ST4_columns_head');
    add_filter('manage_property_area_custom_column','ST4_columns_content_taxonomy', 10, 3);


    Can you please explain where you have added the ajax codes for showing areas corresponding to a particular city.

    This is done via javascript – look into control.js around line 900

    $('#filter_city li').click(function(event){
    var pick, value_city, parent, selected_city, is_city, area_value;
    value_city = String( $(this).attr('data-value2') ).toLowerCase();
    $('#filter_area li').each(function(){
    is_city = String ( $(this).attr('data-parentcity') ).toLowerCase();
    is_city = is_city.replace(" ","-");
    area_value = String ( $(this).attr('data-value') ).toLowerCase();
    if(is_city === value_city || value_city === 'all' ){


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