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Exclude a category on Showcase landing page

Discussion in 'Showcase Support' started by Optic, Dec 14, 2014.

  1. Optic

    Optic New Member AMS Premium

    A niche request, but I was wondering if it's possible to customise the Showcase home landing page to exclude items from ONE Showcase category from being displayed within all filters (i.e. Most Recent, Most Popular, etc.) ?

    This would only have to take effect on the Showcase home page only.

    I noticed what I'm looking for is replicated in the "Showcase: Most Recent Items" Widget Framework block, which allows us to select "Applicable Categories":
    showcase-wf.png

    If there was a way to replicate this on the Showcase home page that would be great, as I have one particular Showcase category I'd prefer not to be featured on the Showcase home page.
     
  2. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    Its doable, but it would require modification to the showcase controller. If you are comfortable doing file edits, you can inbox me for details. Its not something I am going to publish publicly.
     
  3. alfa1

    alfa1 Active Member AMS Premium CAS Premium RMS Premium SC Premium UBS Premium

    I assume that this is the same category that you want a navigation tab for. I think that what you are asking for here is to treat a category as a separate showcase instance, so that all content from that category is kept separate from the rest.
     
  4. Optic

    Optic New Member AMS Premium

    Thanks Bob, PM sent.
     
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