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I have created a search field “price” and would like to filter the results in descending order but it is not working. Maybe something wrong with the parameters added when clicking on the filter: “&orderby=meta_value&key=price&order=desc”
This is the entire query: ?search-class=PPT_S-ppt_s&cs-all-0=&cs-price-1=&cs-price-2=0-200000&orderby=meta_value&key=price&order=desc
this is wrong, it should be;
Also why don’t you set up the search for price so you have a minimum and maximum price?
Then your visitors can search more specifically and the search results will return faster.
Hi Mark, Actually I took a look in the Shopperpress Demo and noticed the filter by price is exactly the same as used in Realtorpress theme:
I don’t want to use Min/Max price fields because it is easier to customers searching the property using one field instead of two in my opinion.
I am using realtorpress 7.1.4 and WordPress 3.5.2 and was wondering if it can be related to:
1. The mask used to the price. Example: R$458.950,00
2. Some htaccess rewrite configuration
I also noticed that when using the parameter “&order=asc” at the end it is sorting the property “Title” instead of “price”. Example: &orderby=meta_value&meta_key=price&order=asc.
I appreciate any suggestion.
Hi – I have opened a support ticket for investigation.
Price values must be stored as numeric values to be searched correctly, so the price needs to be 100 not $100 (example)
In order to fix this I had to change the file class_design.php and replace the parameter “key=” by “meta_key=” in the following lines as your suggestion:
Also I have reviewed the prices values and deleted all comma and dot symbols.
Thanks for the tips.
Pablo nice work thanks for letitng me know