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Should be pretty straight-forward, though it's really more of a JS question than EE... In the Isotope callback (ie, after it has finished filtering), you'll need to create a function that fetches all the class names of all visible (filtered) items (jQuery's :visible selector should work there), then pass those class names to a jQuery selection to toggle a ...


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I've done similar before and ajax is your best bet rather then refresh or link to another page. Your home page = <h1>Home page<h1> <!-- Other channel calls --> {exp:channel:entries channel="your_channel"} {title} {/exp:channel:entries} <div id="news"> <select id="switch"> <!-- Use actual category ID values --> &...


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Typically in EE you can use the offset parameter. offset="1" would start the output on the second item in the loop and setting a limit parameter limit="1" would return only the second item. However, I am unsure if it works with your tags above as they are tag pairs within the AWS products module. If offset is unavailable as a parameter, you may need to ...


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If you're using the Low Search form and GET vars, then you don't need to add those parameters to the Results tag -- they'll get picked up and are applied automatically, as long as the name is correct in your input elements, ie: <select name="child:trips_trip_type"> and not <select name="trip_type">


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If you have easy access to the entry_ids of the visible entries as a comma-separated list, this query should work: SELECT DISTINCT cat_id FROM exp_category_posts WHERE entry_id IN(1,2,3,4,5)


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