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  • STEVEN LEDUC
    #234987
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    Trevor Moderator
    #234989

    first_date_to was the name of a custom field on my test system. What is the name of your date field?

    STEVEN LEDUC
    #234991
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    Trevor Moderator
    #234993

    Your setup is correct. I just checked it. Something is stopping the datepicker from showing. Ah, I see it. Your theme.

    Try adding this custom CSS to your theme:

    .ll-skin-melon .ui-widget {
      z-index: 9999 !important;
    }
    STEVEN LEDUC
    #234997

    OH it was hidden under, thanks!

    Trevor Moderator
    #234999

    Is it OK to close this thread?

    STEVEN LEDUC
    #235003

    yes

    STEVEN LEDUC
    #235005

    Hi sorry last question: can i modify the template file that display the results without loosing the modifications when i update the plugin?

    Trevor Moderator
    #235017

    IF you are modifying a theme template, you should be using a child theme and should place the modified template in the child theme folder. This stops it been replaced when you update the theme.

    If you are using our Shortcode display results method, then the default template is the results.php file found in the plugin folder templates sub folder. YOU SHOULD NOT edit that file, as it WILL be replaced upon updates. Instead, follow the customising guide here:

    https://searchandfilter.com/documentation/search-results/using-a-shortcode/#customising-the-results

    STEVEN LEDUC
    #235139

    Perfect thanks!!!

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