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I have created a page using Views and it works fine. I want to add an AJAX filter to this page to allow visitors to filter the contents based on PubDate or by Taxonomy/Vocabulary for this content type. How can I accomplish this?

  • Hello Lina, and welcome to Drupal Answers. For which Drupal version is your question? – kiamlaluno Apr 17 '11 at 12:03
  • it is for drupal 6.19 – Lina Apr 17 '11 at 13:28
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  1. Edit the view, and add a filter to the page:

    • Drupal 6: Third column, section is called Filters
    • Drupal 7: First column, section is called Filter Criteria
  2. When you configure the filter, you want to expose it:

    • Drupal 6: Click the Expose button in the top right of the configure area
    • Drupal 7: Check Expose this filter to visitors, to allow them to change it
  3. Enable AJAX:

    • Drupal 6: Use AJAX is under Basic settings in the first column
    • Drupal 7: Use AJAX is under AdvancedOther in the third column

When the view is saved, there will now be a form that'll allow users to filter the view dynamically via AJAX.

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    Thanks a lot, but do you have any idea of how to customize the user input (for example: to show list of labels and the user get response by clicking one of those labels) thanks again – Lina Apr 17 '11 at 13:26
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Maybe, you can use the Better exposed filters module to change output of your filter items to links.

And Use AJAX option in Advanced settings of a view to make filtering ajaxifyed.

http://drupal.org/project/better_exposed_filters

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