Modify propertyname dropdown in search module

1 year 4 months ago #46667 by Hrvoje Znaor

Where would be the best to dig to modify propertyname dropdown output in mod_jomsearch_m1234 modules to achieve this:

- Sort option values by translated name - asc (atm it's sorted by property id)
- To replace button click action with onselect, so that it jumps into selected prop details after selection is made (hiding button is simpe by overwritting module template)
- When in specific property details to have it selected in dropdown. (atm its reset to default after search is performed)

I'd like to use one search module as simple dropdown jump to property list.

Much obliged :)


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1 year 4 months ago #46669 by Rodrigo Rocco
All related to searchs and Mx modules is located in jomres\core-minicomponents\j06000search.class.php and jomres\libraries\jomres\classes\jomSearch.class.php

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