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    Hey Team,

    I’m again.

    At the moment I’m creating my pages. The structure of the side should be: at the menu, there should be links to the different listing-types (places,events,artists,impressions). The structure for the single pages are
    artists: an archive template for all artists. searchable without a map inside only the artists(!!) by time (is a parent category with the child categories 2018,2019,2020 etc.) and the listing tags (kind of art, used for all different listing types I have created before)

    impressions: an archive template for all impressions searchable without a map inside only the impressions(!!) by time (is a parent category with the child categories 2018,2019,2020 etc.) and the listing tags (kind of art, used for all different listing types I have created before) and kind of … from the listing features (there are two parents with different children: kind of event and kind of place)

    events: an archive template for all events searchable with map only the events(!!) by the listing tags (kind of art, used for all different listing types I have created before), date, the listing feature (only the children from kind of event) and the location (I have created a record of the parts of the town) and the place where it can be.
    (As examples:
    Im looking for an Event at Place XXX on the 09-07
    or
    I’m looking for an event from kind of art in part of town
    or
    I’m looking for an event from kind of art at the 09-07
    or
    I’m looking for an event at the place XXX

    I guess, you understand what I mean.

    places: an archive template for all places searchable with map only the places(!!) by the listing tags (kind of art, used for all different listing types I have created before), date, open now, the listing feature (only the children from kind of place) and the location (I have created a record of the parts of the town)

    In your documentation you wrote between the differences between listing types and categories (https://docs.cththemes.com/docs/easybook-wordpress-theme/listing-types-and-listings/introduction-to-listing-types/) and about the search here: https://docs.cththemes.com/docs/easybook-wordpress-theme/listing-types-and-listings/configuring-search-forms/

    So I have configured the different filter forms for the 4 listing types. But, where can I use these different kinds? In Elementor we can create a listing grid, but we can’t choose only 1 listing-type. The posibility is, to choose a category or a location. What did I do? I have created records in the listing category (as you remember, I use it before only for the time and set two different parents: time -> with the children and as new one listing-type -> with the children events, places, artists and impressions and connect them with the different citybook listings). Now I can choose in elementor for my “archive for listing type “my listings only from a category. BUT, the search form is only the search form from my standard listing (in my case is it “place”). I can’t chose the filters from the other listing types I have created before in the AZP Builder.

    You often refer to my-listing. In your documentation are videos and text phrases with or from it. In my-listing is it possible, to connect some different listing with a relationship ( one open request from me) and it is possible to use the different kind of filters. (the videos in your documentation shows it)

    So, how can I create these pages and how can I connect these with my different search forms?

    Best
    Jens

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