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Since TZ Portfolio+ version 2.2.5, we have already make an awesome improvement in filter section, which allows users to create a hierarchal filter displaying both primary category and sub-categories. We're well aware of the importance of how specific category levels are, so that visitors on your website can view more insights about your portfolio.
Today, I would like to share with you the way to achieve a multi-level filter with TZ Portfolio. Let's go!
To display the multi-level filter in the best look, you're supposed to create not only primary categories, but their sub-categories also.
You'd better create portfolio articles for each main category and sub-categories. To do that:
In version 2.2.5, we have added a filter option with Elegant style, so you need to configure this option in elegant layout. Elegant is a style included in the core component, so there is no need to install it.
After all, you can have a multilevel filter displayed like this below
I hope this tutorial article will be helpful for you in case you are in need of building a multi-level or tree filter for your portfolio page. If there is anything confusing you, don't hesitate to leave a comment or contact with us via forum, ticket system or even drop a line at
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