Hey there, not sure if I'm going to be able to find a solution here, but I guess I'm hoping that there is an IPS Pages guru lurking around here. I can't use the official site at the moment as my licence expired and I'm too broke at the moment to renew (never mind that I used to have two "life" licences, but hey ho). I realise I might not get a reply, but I figured it didn't hurt to try. Anyways, I've been struggling with my particular pages databases setup for a quite a few years, on and off because I get frustrated and give up for a while. Basically, I currently have two databases that are related to eachother, and I would ideally like to cut it down to one database to avoid duplicating content between them. Database 1 is a Timeline of Star Wars media, currently organised into categories of "Canon" and "Legends", but I think I could easily ditch the categories and use filters to allow a user to choose whether they want Canon or Legends items to display. This database is basically a chronological list of media so you can work out what order to read/watch things in, and doesn't use any pages for each item on the list (I know the pages are created in the background, but I removed all the links to them). As I add corresponding information into Database 2 I link the entries together so you click the item on Database 1 and end up on the page for the linked item on Database 2. Database 2 is a list of Star Wars media organised into categories such as "Movies", "Novels", "Comics", etc. This means that all the information has a nice friendly URL, for example: /star-wars-media-database/movies/the-empire-strikes-back/ My efforts to resolve this always hit some hurdle that I can't get past. Ideally, I'd like to have the category structure of Database 2, but with an index page that is a chronological timeline as in Database 1 - however, it doesn't seem possible to filter a list of records on the homepage of a database that has categories, unless I'm doing something wrong. Any suggestions are very much welcome and appreciated.