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I have a question about using pagination, and the sorting function.
If I don’t use pagination and display all of my portfolios on the homepage, then all of the the categories above the portfolios are displayed.
If I do use pagination, and display say 10 portfolios on my homepage, only the categories of the 10 displayed portfolios are shown, then if I jump to page 2, then the categories change to reflect the portfolios on that page.
This is probably by design, but is there a way to display all of the categories at the top with their full sorting function when using pagination?
Then if I clicked on a category, it would display the first 10 portfolios in that category. Then if I clicked on page 2 it would show the next 10 portfolios in that category.
Thinking about is, I don’t know if it’s fully possible (for instance if you were on page 2 of a category, and then switched to another category it would require a new page load to go to page 1 of your newly selected category)
Phew…I hope that all makes some sort of sense :)
Thanks in advance!
While it is *possible*, it isn’t somethign we could help you do. It would mean each click of the category would do a full query which would have a pretty significant negative impact on site performance. It has been asked for quite a few times but so far Kriesi has not found a way to do it without the negatives far outweighing the positive impact of it.
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