Read More Got It. Sorry, we couldn't find any results for that query. Please try a new one! Try using different search terms or browse the categories. Repeaters is a list of items that have the same design and layout, but different content. They make it easy to organize and show all kinds of information such as events, news and services. Learn how to:. Add repeaters. Click Add on the left side of the Editor. Click a template to add it or drag it to the relevant location on your site.
Set up repeaters. Click your repeaters list in the Editor. Click Manage Items. Click and drag the relevant item to a new position in the list. Click the Show More icon to delete or duplicate an item.
Note: Repeaters replace the List feature. If you've already added a List to your site or it was part of your template, you can still customize it by following the steps here.
Important: All list items in your repeater have the same design and layout. This means that every design change you make to one list item affects the others in your repeater.
Adding a button to one list item adds a button to all of the list items in your repeater. Did this help? Thanks, we'll pass on your feedback to improve our services.Get help with your website's design, marketing and small tasks from a professional freelancer or agency. Sorry, we couldn't find any results for that query. Please try a new one! Try using different search terms or browse the categories. Edit any of your repeater items at any time. Change the image or update the text.
To edit text:. Click the text box you want to edit. Click Edit Text. To edit a button text:. Click the button you want to edit. Click Change Text. Edit the text in the What does this button say? To replace an image:. Click the image you want to replace.
Click Change Image. Important: All of the list items in your repeater have the same design and layout. This means that every design change you make to a list item affects the other list items in your repeater. Adding a button to one list item adds a button to all of the list items in your repeater. Did this help? Yes x-icon No Thanks for your feedback!Get help with your website's design, marketing and small tasks from a professional freelancer or agency.
Wix Help Center. Sorry, we couldn't find any results for that query. Please try a new one! Try using different search terms or browse the categories. To learn how to display database content in a repeater, click here. A repeater is an element that displays multiple items using the same layout. You create the layout you like, and then each repeater item uses that same layout to display different content. Repeater items function like containers: you attach other elements to them. Any change you make to one repeater item is automatically reflected in all other items.
You can use repeaters to display static content, meaning you manually determine the content for each element in each item in the Editor. You can also dynamically display content from your database collections by connecting your repeater and its attached elements to a dataset.
Your repeater will then include one item for each item in your collection, with each repeater item using the same template but displaying different content. You control the number of items that are displayed at one time in the dataset settings. Important: To display dynamic content in a repeater you have to first connect the repeater to a dataset and then also connect specific elements in the repeater to a dataset.Modify repeater items using Wix Code
Below is an example that shows some of the possibilities. Let's say you have a recipes site where you store all your recipes in a collection, as in the picture below. It includes a picture of each dish, its cuisine, and the course it's served for. You have already created a dynamic item page that displays information about each recipe.
Now you want to use a repeater to list your recipes so your visitors can scroll through the list to find the one they're interested in. When visitors click the image of the dish, they go to that item's dynamic page.
About Displaying Database Content in a Repeater
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Wix Editor: About Repeaters
A repeater is a list of items that have the same design and layout, but different content. You can customize the content of each item separately, including, the background, images and text. Adding a repeater. Click Add on the left side of the Editor. Drag and drop a repeater layout on to your site.
Adding a new item. You can have as many items as you want in the repeater. To add an item:. Adding content to your items. All the items in the repeater have the same design. You can customize the individual elements inside an item such as the text and images, but the design always stays the same.
For example, you can change the text on a button to be different for each item, but if you move the button to a different location inside the item, it moves the button in all the items to the same location. When you add an element to a repeater item, it is automatically added to every item to keep the design consistent.
The items change size according to the content inside them. Changing the layout of your repeater. Click the Layouts icon to change the alignment and spacing of your items.
To make your repeater responsive on all screen sizes, click the Stretch icon. Changing the design of your items. You can change the design of an item by clicking it, followed by the Design icon. Connecting your items to a database collection.
You can connect your items to a dataset to display content from your database collections.Wix Code will not allow me to place user inputs, whether it is drop down selections, radio buttons, text inputs within a repeater. Is this not allowed? Really, what I'd like to do is create a conditional drop-down of sorts. I only want to show one drop down menu, with a button to add additional drop downs. I know that I can use repeaters, with an Add Button to create a new repeater dataset.
This would solve my issue, if I was able to add a drop down to the repeater in general. Hi David! No, it's not a bug, it's just not developed at this point. You can't add user input components to Repeater except table, which is not actually input component. Team is working on it - but it won't be in near future. Strange this isn't set up yet. I was trying to create a list of testimonials with user input and repeaters. Do you have another suggestion?
I need the testimonials to show as a list layout. Well, i'm not sure about your usecase. If you want to display list of testimonials, why would you want to input something in each repeated container?
I just put a regular list on that site for now. We will do it ourselves, but I would like a list to populate the testimonials. If the repeater doesn't work with user inputs - then what sort of list does? This should be what you're looking for.
I saw that. The reviews don't show up in a list. I need a list. I think we need to determine exactly what you need. Two different sides of the equation here, when users are inputting reviews and when users are reading the reviews.
Do you need a repeating list which shows all the repeating items they can post reviews on, or just a list to see all the reviews that have already been created?
If it is the latter, you can do that. If it is the former, then I have no idea.
I just need the reviews to show up on the list. Preferably after the Owner approves them. Like Google reviews does it. I don't need the stars for now, just the data feeding into the list. Everything you need has already been published by Wix. You can pull in user reviews using normal, non repeater user inputs.Ladies and gentlemen, today we are talking about repeaters on Wix code.
So before we hop into actually how to utilize our repeaters, let's first discuss what repeaters are. So repeaters best way to explain it is if you have a database you can have data repeat based off of the role that's entered in the database. So this may be a bit confusing to understand without the visuals here.
But pretty much we can have a piece of data that looks the same. So design-wise, it looks the exact same. But it'll change according to certain data that is inputted in the database. That's the best way to explain it, visuals will help me explain that further. Before we hop into the visuals though, head over to weeklywixwednesday.
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Then we'll have all of our Wix code tools pop up or ' Properties ' panel, our panel, our site structure here, and then our page code down here.
And what we're going to do is now that the code tools are activated, we're actually going ahead and add our repeater. You guys are pretty familiar with, but we're not going to be in those two sections today. And then you see a couple different options here for repeaters, which is pretty awesome. We've got a pretty long list here of different repeaters we can use.
You see tables, we're not going to be working with tables today. Although they've got great tables as well, like I said, we're going to be working with strictly repeaters today. So what we're going to do is we're going to go through and we have to choose whatever one is going to work best for what we're trying to achieve.
It's strictly picking one that you think is a good starting ground or starting place for you to actually get that design going and get it ready. Now, once you scroll through here, what do we want to pick today? What one do I want to show you really doesn't matter, but alright. I'm just going to show you this one right here.
So we're going to go ahead and we're going to add our repeater. So you see that this is the same exact design here, right?Runs a function for each repeated item. Use the forEachItem function to run a function on all of a repeater's repeated items. You can use the callback function to update or pull information from all of the repeater's repeated items. When you set a repeater's data property with data that changes items with existing IDs, those changes are not automatically reflected in the elements contained in the repeater.
That is because you are responsible for applying a repeater's data to its repeated items. To apply the data to items with new IDs, you can use the onItemReady event handler. Usually, when updating repeated items you:. Apply the repeated item's itemData to the properties and functions of the repeated elements contained in the repeated item being created. For example, you can use onItemReady to set the src property of an image in the repeater to an image source found in the itemData object and then show the image.
Add event handlers to the repeated elements contained in the repeated item being created. For example, you can use onItemReady to set the onClick event handler of a button in the repeater. The name of the function or the function expression to run for each repeated item.
A selector function with repeated item scope. The object from the repeater's data array that corresponds to the current repeated item. The index of the itemData object in the data array. This example uses a forEachItem to override some of the data populated into a repeater that is connected to a dataset.
Here we want a text element to contain text that changes based on the value of a certain boolean field. When a page loads, the dataset loads after the repeater. So we wait for the dataset's onReady to call a forEachItem that sets the desired values. API Overview. Description Use the forEachItem function to run a function on all of a repeater's repeated items. Usually, when updating repeated items you: Apply the repeated item's itemData to the properties and functions of the repeated elements contained in the repeated item being created.
Returns This function does not return anything. Return Type: void. Was this helpful? Yes No. Loop through all of a repeater's repeated items.
Code Example. Update data in all of a repeater's repeated items.