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TOPIC: Hw to hide the status in the Filtering module?

Hw to hide the status in the Filtering module? 7 years 6 months ago #30738

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Hello,

How to hide the Status option in the Filtering module?

It is unnessessary to filter with Published or Unpublished entries. Users cannot see unpublished entries. We would like to hide the whole status issue.

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I don't see such option in the module settings. Please advise!

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Hw to hide the status in the Filtering module? 6 years 10 months ago #33169

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Did you find a way of hiding the Status option please.
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Hw to hide the status in the Filtering module? 6 years 7 months ago #34042

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Yup...This is something I want as well. The Status filter is irrelevant.

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Hw to hide the status in the Filtering module? 6 years 1 month ago #35624

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I don't know if people are still looking for the answer to this, but I was trying to do this, too, and I think I have it.

First, you have to create a template override. For general information on this see:

https://www.rsjoomla.com/support/documentation/rsdirectory/getting-started/performing-template-overrides.html

In this particular case, you have to move \modules\mod_rsdirectory_filtering\tmpl\default.php

to the following location:

\templates\template_name\html\mod_rsdirectory_filtering

Please note that you have to create the directory.

After that, I removed the following lines:

<div class="rsdir-filter rsdir-filter-status control-group">
<div class="rsdir-filter-caption"><?php echo JText::_('MOD_RSDIRECTORY_FILTERING_STATUS'); ?></div>
<label class="rsdir-checkbox-label checkbox">
<input class="rsdir-checkbox" type="checkbox" value="1" name="status[]"<?php echo in_array(1, $status) ? ' checked="checked"' : ''; ?> />
<?php echo JText::_('MOD_RSDIRECTORY_FILTERING_PUBLISHED'); ?>
</label>
<label class="rsdir-checkbox-label checkbox">
<input class="rsdir-checkbox" type="checkbox" value="0" name="status[]"<?php echo in_array(0, $status) ? ' checked="checked"' : ''; ?> />
<?php echo JText::_('MOD_RSDIRECTORY_FILTERING_UNPUBLISHED'); ?>
</label>
</div

There were lines 45 to 55.

I really don't know much about editing a php file, so I don't know if I removed enough, or more than enough or what. This was all between division tags, so I assumed it was enough and it seems to have worked out okay. The original is always there just incase.
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Hw to hide the status in the Filtering module? 6 years 1 month ago #35686

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Thank you!

Question: why does it display status in the first place? It is asking the visitor, "Do you want to search on entries you can't see anyway?"
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Hw to hide the status in the Filtering module? 6 years 1 month ago #35688

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I was wondering that myself. It does not really make sense except for superusers or others who can see published or unpublished postings on the front end. They might want to look at the front end and see published/unpublished entries. For regular users, though, they would not be able to see unpublished entries, so why give them the choice? Anyway, I hope the above override helps.
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