Related Listings Tab on V2

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  • #479078

    Tania Perez
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    Hello!
    I´m working on the V2 integration, but can´t find the Related Listings Tab, can you please tell me where to find it?

    Thank you!

    #479109

    Alex Rollin
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    Hello!

    Try this page to learn about the Tabs UI
    https://wpgeodirectory.com/reordering-tabs-in-geodirectory-v2/

    You can use a GD Listings element/shortcode in a tab and use the filter to relate by category

    https://wpgeodirectory.com/docs-v2/places/tabs/

    #479239

    Tania Perez
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    #479245

    Tania Perez
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    I figured question #3, never mind that one 🙂

    #479299

    Alex Rollin
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    Post count: 27815

    1. Try changing the name of the tab before adding a new one.
    2. If you filter by category, you can test it by adding another listing in the same category and same location (if you are also filtering by location).

    #479387

    Tania Perez
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    Perfect thank you Alex!

    I want to show similar listings only on Free Packages.
    Not showing them was a paid feature on my website, and I have clients that are expecting no similar listings on their own listing.

    How can I set that up?

    Thank you!

    #479578

    Alex Rollin
    Moderator
    Post count: 27815

    We have some new pricing manager features coming soon, so, stay tuned, but right now that would require a customization or the use of 3rd party plugins for configuration.

    For the customization, you would want to use the package id that is part of the body class to hide the item.

    For example, if my item is a shortcode I could wrap it in class=”hide-me-for-paid-listings” then use css

    `
    .gd-post-pkg-1 .hide-me-for-paid-listings {
    display: none;
    }

    #481242

    Tania Perez
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    Post count: 299

    Ok let me try

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