I'm creating a website for a business who sells and installs rail fencing for their clients.
For the fence, there are three different categories of interest:
- fence type (2 rail, 3 rail, etc)
- fence application (barrier, dog fence, horse fence, etc)
- fence material (pressure treated, pine, etc)
I'm trying to create a method of giving the site visitor to choose how they want to look at the pictures.
Each time a fence is installed and photos are taken, I want the business to be able to sign in, create a node called "Photos," Add a title, cover image, body, group of images, and then tag the node using the 3 categories above (on three separate taxonomy lines).
From there, the site would automatically arrange the added photos into the pre-configured view based on its categories.
http://fence.ckasdf.net is the site.
The menu item marked "Photos" shows a view that separates each slideshow by "job" or node called Photos. This works as expected.
The menu item marked "View: Fence Application" is a view of taxonomy and shows the various applications. Clicking on each link shows the various nodes (jobs) that have been tagged with that particular application, and clicking on a node shows the picture slideshow.
Instead, after a taxonomy term is clicked, I want it to load a page showing a slideshow that includes all the photos relevant to that taxonomy term.