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No worries, i should realy find some time to write a tutorial about this, but it is quite easy.
First, you need to render out your filters – I’ll leave this bit to you. The filteres should be clickable links to the same url with an added $_GET param that contains the filter name and filter value eg:
Next, you need to edit the page template and look at the available $_GET params. Use these to modify the $args that you then send to the WP_Query class.
Loop through the query results and then output the HTML.
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