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I'm trying to add an exposed filter for an age range with the Views module.

I made a select age field for age 18 to 80, but I can't find how to add a filter range in views. For Example, I would add a filter saying "from age__ to age__".

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  • From the filter criteria choose the age field tick the exposed filter.
  • Choose grouped filters from the filter type to expose.
  • Choose the widget type. Then add values after changing the operator to 'is between'
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If you tick 'Expose this filter...' then click Grouped filters then you will be able to input some custom filter options, for each option you can do a 'between' filter.

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IN filter criteria just change the Operator from the default into "is between", It can give you ability to input the expose filter with min and max, eg. min =18 , max=80.

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  • I don't see the "is between" Operator
    – emanuel
    Jun 30, 2013 at 23:45
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I would give this module a shot: Views Contextual Range Filter

Module Page Description:

Views Contextual Range Filter is a simple plugin for Views that adds the option to contextually filter not just by a single value, but also by range.

Numeric, alphabetical (string) and list ranges are all supported. Node ids, user ids and even taxonomy term ids are all special cases of numbers so will work also. Range-filtering on the "created" (posted) and "updated" (last modified) node properties is also supported, provided you use the correct format as dictated by Views. So, YYYYMMDD for full dates or one of the shorter formats, i.e. year+month, year-only, month-only, week-only or day-only.

You may use the OR operator (i.e. +) and the negate operator. You negate by ticking the "Exclude" box on the Views Contextual filter configuration panel, in the "More" section.

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  • Module Page Description: is also said " Please be aware that contextual filters are different from exposed filters. This module is about contextual filters only. " and this question is about Exposed filters
    – code.rider
    Apr 2, 2019 at 13:11

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