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I'd like to give my users the possibility to filter the posts by Taxonomy Terms AND Custom Field values.

Like so:



Filtering by Custom field range would be awesome.

At the moment I am filtering my posts with query multiple taxonomies plugin and looking for a solution to get a combined query of custom taxonomies and custom fields.

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Filter where? Front end? Admin? This is commonly called "faceted search", you can start by doing some research in related plugins. – Rarst Nov 18 '12 at 18:05
The filter should appear in the front end. Thanks for the tip on faceted search, I'll check it out. – Steve Nov 21 '12 at 14:35

Ok I found a solution for my scenario.

I combined those two plugins to filter by custom taxonomy and custom field:

Query Multiple Taxnomies http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/query-multiple-taxonomies/ Custom Query Fields http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/custom-query-fields/

I changed the QMT Plugin template by adding the possibility to choose several custom fields and do a combined query.

The URL now looks as follows:



I recently enhanced my filter, making it a little bit cleaner, faster and less complicated as you dont't have to edit any plugin code. If you are interested, just get in touch.

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