1. augustjohnston
  2. Pres-sale questions about WP File Download
  3. Monday, December 18 2017
  4.  Subscribe via email
Hello, I'm Replacing FileBase Pro plugin because it stopped working in InternetExplorer. I really like the functionality of FileBase Pro. Here is a link to my working Titledownloads page.
The functionality I'm looking for is:
- DataTable View
- Custom Fields column (important) ("carrier" is an example of this as seen on my downloads page)
- Category Filtering (aka limit files' view to a specific category)
- Recursive display of child categories (aka subcategories). for example: if I choose to filter the file list to a specific category, it will show all the files from the subcategories, without navigating to them. If I have a parent category that has no files, but DOES have sub categories with files, it will show all the files in that are under the subcategories. (This functionality is appearent on my downloads page. Select "brokerage" from the drop down category list. notice how the files shown are all from the subcategories, and not the parent category itself).
Please let me know asap!
Do you have a sandbox demo I can try?
References
  1. http://ericksonlarseninc.augustjohnston.com/wp/downloads/
Responses (1)
Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
Hi,

Thanks for contacting us here about this extension.
The functionality I'm looking for is:
- DataTable View

We have Table theme, you can see here

- Custom Fields column (important) ("carrier" is an example of this as seen on my downloads page)
- Category Filtering (aka limit files' view to a specific category)
- Recursive display of child categories (aka subcategories).

This feature is impossible with our plugin.
Do you have a sandbox demo I can try?

I'm sorry we don't have any trial/limited version as our plugin are open source.
But, if you encounter any trouble of compatibility, the developer in charge can fix that for you or we can refund you.

Hope it helps!
Regards,
  • Page :
  • 1


There are no replies made for this post yet.
Be one of the first to reply to this post!