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Events Filter Module

Introduction

In this area of our Divi Events Calendar plugin documentation, you will learn everything you need to know about using the Events Filter module. As you set up and use the module I highly recommend that you also reference the Events Filter Module Settings List which includes a summary of every setting that is available and what it does. You should also check out the Events Filter Module Demos to see how the module works and get some inspiration.

Module Description

The Events Filter module is extremely versatile and customizable. The module works in tandem with the Events Feed module (Events Calendar module support coming next) and allows you to choose and build your filters however you want. This includes the ability to add, remove, rearrange the filters and style them with tons of design settings. There are design settings for all the filters in general, active filters, and each individual filter, including the dropdown menus, giving you complete control over every aspect of the filters design. This module is the result of many feature requests and much hard work, and we really hope you enjoy it!

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Overview Video

In this video I’m going to walk you through how the module works, talk about the settings and features that it has, and show you some tips on how to use it.

Connect IDs For Using More Than One Filter Per Page

By default, the first Events Filter module on the page will automatically be connected with the first Events Feed module on the page. But some users want to have more than one set of modules on the same page. In this scenario, you will need to add a unique Connection ID to each set of modules. The Connection ID input field is located in the Connection toggle in the Content tab of each module. The ID can be anything you want, just make it the same for each module in the set, but unique for each different set.

Last updated May 12, 2022 @ 9:11 am GMT-0400

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