[Closed] When URL parameter is blank or missing, Views returns all possible results

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This page includes multiple views that are only supposed to return when their State custom field matches the URL parameter state= -- but when I just load the page as is, it returns every possible content item. What I want is for it to return nothing when there's no URL parameter -- how can I do this?





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Hi Jesse,

Thank you for contacting our support forum.

There is only one way I can think of resolving this is to use our [wpv-conditional] shortcode to evaluate the url parameter to check if its empty.

We will need to use a combination of our shortcodes to achieve this.



So how we will do it is like this.

[wpv-conditional if="( '[wpv-search-term param="state"]' ne ' ' )"]

view contents here.

This will allow you to not display anything if there wasn't a state specified.

Please let me know if this helps.

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