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I would like to have two category results pages for people to search from. I’ve created a landing page to take the viewer to an “Airport” directory for searching or to an “Airline” directory for searching.
The problem is that the “Airport” link often redirects (at random) to the “Airline” search results page. The shortcodes are all correct, but I wonder if there is a conflict because the settings requires you to choose a single page for the directory to be located.
https://www.reclaimlostproperty.com/resource-library-login/ (PW: ReclaimToday)
**Is there a way to have the directory results post on DIFFERENT pages without conflict with links randomly wanting to go back to the default page set in the settings? **
If I can get this figured out, we’ve got one heck of an awesome directory! If not I have a few things to work around…
Thank you for your help!
This does not seem to be a Connections issue…
This is not created or managed by Connections.
If you click the words “Search Airport Now” text within the button area, the link takes your to the “Airline” page. However, if you click within the button field, the blank area between the button text and the button border you are properly taken to the “Airport” page.
At least that is my experience on Chrome.
Hope this helps!
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