I have a view with several exposed filtears. The filters are of different types: checkboxes, taxonomy autocomplete and some jquery slider (I use Better Exposed Filters module).
The view shows all nodes of type A. Node type A has 15 field, each of which has a respective exposed filter within the view. Not all fields are mandatory which is why some nodes don't have value for all fields.
My problem is this (just an example to demonstrate):
- Field A1 is called 'Location' (taxonomy) -- this is a mandatory field
- Field A2 is called 'Retail purchasing power' (jquery slider with
min/max values) -- this field is not mandatory
Now, a user selects in the exposed filter for 'Location' let's say 'Florida'. The view will show all nodes with Florida that also have a value for 'Retail purchasing power', but not the nodes without a value for this field.
I can see that this is the expected behaviour but in my view I have a lot of filters and there are many nodes that don't have values for some fields. Some users only search for the 'location' and don't care too much about the other filters.Tthey don't see all location because they are filterd out.
Does somebody know a way to only send the filter values that have actively been selected by the user? The min/max values form the jquery sliders should only be considered when they are used.