Isotopic link

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    Can you tell me how the isotopic link works? I see where the url is called out but that url is used on the entire block. I’m assuming a script is doing this but I need to know what script is so I can modify the way the link works. I want to open a modal rather than link to the post page.

    #20656

    Hi!

    Sure, the link is indeed controlled by the main script. However I do not recommend direct modifications to it, as it will reset every time you update the plugin. Instead, using a custom script within your child theme/theme functions file is a much viable option.
    To prevent the redirection and to get the link URL, you need to attach an event to the result container, with event default prevention like so:

    jQuery(function($) {
      $('.asp_r').off('click', '.asp_isotopic_item');
      $('.asp_r').on('click', '.asp_isotopic_item', function(e){
        e.preventDefault(); // Prevent redirection
        var url = $(this).find('a.asp_res_url').attr('href'); // Get the link URL
        // Do your code thing here, use the url variable for the link URL
      });
    });

    Now, to use it in the functions.php file in your theme directory, you can construct something like:

    add_action('wp_footer', 'asp_footer_script_custom');
    function asp_footer_script_custom() {
      ?>
      <script type="text/javascript">
      jQuery(function($) {
        $('.asp_r').off('click', '.asp_isotopic_item');
        $('.asp_r').on('click', '.asp_isotopic_item', function(e){
          e.preventDefault(); // Prevent redirection
          var url = $(this).find('a.asp_res_url').attr('href'); // Get the link URL
          // Do your code thing here, use the url variable for the link URL
        });
      });
      </script>
      <?php
    }

    The url variable holds the result URL, and the redirection is already prevented, so you can do whatever you want after that line.

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

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