Product Filter for WooCommerce

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1.1 Introduction and Full Video Guide

For the best experience with the WooCommere Product Filter plugin please read the documentation and watch the full video guide.

WooCommerce Product Filter is the ultimate all in one filter for any online store! Check plugin demo pages here!

  • Easy plugin integration. Works with WooCommerce Shop and Product Archives.
  • Fully integrated with WooCommerce shortcodes. Supports Visual Composer elements too!
  • In Stock Support – The most comprehensive In Stock/Out of Stock variable product support.
  • Filter by Any Criteria – Price filters, ordering, categories, attributes, taxonomy filters, in stock filters, sale filters, ratings, range, meta key filters and search filters are available.
  • AJAX is supported too, for seamless filtering.
  • Awesome Admin User Interface – Setup your filters in minutes using the Filter Presets Manager.
  • Full Customization – Customize filter terms, thumbnails, colors, checkbox layouts, select box, and more!
  • Range Filters – Available for prices and taxonomies, including attributes. Use numerical ranges in your filters.
  • Adoptive Filtering – Show only remaining terms within your filters, narrowing down the filtering criteria.
  • Filter Analytics – Get an insight into what your customers want!
  • Sidebar and Widget WooCommerce Product Filters – Full support for all themes in sidebar mode.
  • Automatic Updates – Get instant updates via Wordpress in a single click! Just enter your purchase code in the Product Filter Registration.
  • Translation Ready and full WPML support!
PLEASE NOTE! This video is recorded for the Product Filter 2.3.0 vesion! We have moved far from then! Please at first read the full documentation as it has a lot of information and then watch the full video guide. The video will be updated soon! Thank you for your patience!

1.2 Plugin Installation

This section covers the first steps when using Product Filter for WooCommerce. Please read it thoroughly now to avoid problems later.

To install WooCommerce Product plugin you must have a working version of WordPress and WooCommerce plugin already installed. For information on installing the WordPress platform, please see the WordPress Codex - Installing WordPress. For information on installing the WooCommerce Shop system please visit the following link WooThemes - Installing WooCommerce.

Next step is the Product Filter installation. In the full .ZIP archive you have downloaded from Codecanyon.net you will find a file called woocommerce-product-filter.zip This file is the installable .ZIP archive you can install via WordPress. To install it properly please follow these installation guidelines:

Installing from WordPress

Follow the steps bellow to install from WordPress Dashboard

  • Navigate to Plugins
  • Click Install Plugins and click Add New
  • Click the Upload Plugin button
  • Navigate woocommerce-product-filter.zip on your computer and click Install Now
  • When installation is done please click Activate to activate your newly installed Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin

Product Filter for WooCommerce is now running! Please read further to setup your filters!

Installing using FTP

Follow the steps bellow to install using FTP

  • Unzip woocommerce-products-filter.zip to a desired location on your HDD. These extracted files will be uploaded later via FTP
  • Connect to your server via FTP (Use FileZilla or any other FTP client)
  • Navigate to /wp-content/plugins/ server directory
  • Locate the local directory where you have unzipped the woocommerce-product-filter.zip archive
  • Upload local folder /prdctfltr/ to remote /wp-content/plugins/
  • To activate the newly installed plugin navigate to Plugins and click the Activate button within the Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin row

Product Filter for WooCommerce is now running! Please read further to setup your filters!

1.3 Automatic Updates

Plugin automatic updates are available! Just use Envato Market (https://envato.com/market-plugin/) plugin!

To get automatic updates within your website WordPress Dashboard use the Envato Market (https://envato.com/market-plugin/) plugin. This plugin, once installed, will allow you to update all plugins and themes purchased on CodeCanyon or Themeforest, so feel free to use this standardized solution! To get this to work, you need to navigate here → Envato Market (https://envato.com/market-plugin/) and install and activate this plugin. Once done, plugin will connect to the Envato platform and acquire your purchase information. Then you can update all plugins and themes directly in your WordPress Dashboard! Sounds awesome!

1.4 Product Filter Shop/Archive Integration

The most common way to use the Product Filter is in your Shop and Product Archive pages!

Most common way to use the filter is in your Shop/Product Archives. Upon installation Product Filter tries to install itself in the default manner by replacing your WooCommerce orderby.php and result-count.php templates. If you are using a quality theme, which means that it is not too good or too bad, this default installation will work just fine. So, by default installation, your order by select box and the product result count on your Shop/Product Archives will be replaced with the Product Filter. If you have a theme that customizes these in a way, then the filters might be out of place, but do not panic, because this is just automatic install and Product Filter has a lot more installing features that will surely fit your site. The author of the Product Filter for WooCommerce advises users to use either the Custom Action or the Widget mode, because they are more configurable.

For settings on installing the Product Filter in your Shop and Product Archives please navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options.

1.4.1 Override Default WooCommerce Templates - Shop/Archive Installation

When overriding it is important to have a good theme that supports it!

This method is used only for default themes such as TwentyTwelwe, TwentyThirteen, or similar, Woo Themes Directory Themes or some other themes that will support these features by default. This is also the default installation for the Product Filter. When using this mode your Product Filter Shop/Product Archive Installation will be set to Override Default WooCommerce Templates. Once this is set you will need to choose which elements to override. Select which templates to override in the Select Filtering Templates setting. Both or only one of them. A successfully set installation like this, with a theme that supports it, will show the Product Filter on your Shop and Archive Pages instead of the original orderby.php and result-count.php loop templates and the option for Select Filtering Templates would include both settings.

However, this is not the best way to install the filter in your shop, but it is a quick and automatic one, if supported. So, if you are fine with it then head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.4.2 Widget Mode - Shop/Archive Installation

Widgets are elements in sidebar! Filters can be widgets too!

When using filters in website sidebars as widgets your setting for Product Filter Shop/Product Archive Installation will be set to Use Widget. This option is set in the Installation and Installation and Advanced Options WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options.

Save the settings and navigate to Appearance > Widgets. Add the + Product Filter widget to your sidebar and the widget settings will appear. The important thing is that you should setup your Product Filter widget in the Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter. The widget version only adds these filters to your sidebars, but all cofiguration is done in the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Default Filter and Filter Presets settings page. For further read on widgets visit the Widget section and for further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.4.3 Custom Action - Shop/Archive Installation

The best possible way, of course if you do not want widgets ;)

The most customizable mode will be the Custom Action. For this mode your Product Filter Shop/Product Archive Installation will be set to Custom Action. Once set, action is used to initialize the filter output at desired place. This action is set in the Product Filter Init Action setting. The most common basic action that can be used is the woocommerce_before_shop_loop action. This is a default action that should be in every WordPress template that supports WooCommerce. This action is triggered at the top of the products list on your Shop or Product Archive pages. This action also triggers your default orderby.php and result-count.php templates. Actions have priorities. By default priorities for orderby.php is 20 and result-count.php is 30. We can also setup priority for the Product Filter. So if we set the action to woocommerce_before_shop_loop:40 the filter will be shown just bellow these two templates. By default filter priority is 10 and if no priority is defined within the action (without the :40) the filter will be shown on top of these templates. A good action to hook onto, for themes that support it, in order not to lose the filter when no products are found is the woocommerce_archive_description:50.

Sometimes the templates have their own custom actions and do not use WooCommerce default actions. This means that your woocommerce_before_shop_loop will not show the filter on Shop or Product Archives. If this is the case you can still check your theme folder for a directory named /woocommerce/. Here you will find the archive-product.php. You can edit this file to find the appropriate action to initialize your filter output. Basically you will look for a do_action( 'action-name' ); code and copy the action name to the Product Filter Init Action setting.

1.4.4 AJAX Shop/Archive Installation

How to properly install AJAX?

If you have followed previous steps to install filter at appropriate place in your Shop/Product Archives you can try installing the AJAX functions as well. Some theme specific installations can be found in the Specific Themes Installations section. If your theme is not listed follow this guide to install it properly.

If the default AJAX settings are not working, your template has made some adjustments to the original WooCommerce structure and need configuration to work properly. To setup AJAX you will need to adjust your theme jQuery selectors that get the product wrapper, products and pagination. The default structure looks similar as the following.

In this default structure, we have a 1. ul.products which is our product wrapper. The corresponding AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector, which if left blank will use the default value and look like this $('ul.products') will be used when searching for the products wrapper in page. If your theme does not have the ul.products element that wraps your Shop products, you will need to adjust your wrapper jQuery selector to suit your theme. All selectors are set in the same way. If the original, default value is changed by your theme, then its AJAX jQuery Selector setting needs a proper value, so AJAX can function as expected. In the Specific Themes Installations we have covered some popular themes and their installation options. Lets check more elements that need adjustment if the theme is altering them. Number 2. li.type-product element which is our AJAX Product jQuery Selector. The 3. nav.woocommerce-pagination element is our AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector. These three are needed to setup AJAX correctly. Some themes change these classes and structures as you can see in the Specific Themes Installations Section. Further you can setup the 4. .woocommerce-results-count, or Result Count jQuery Selector, and 5. .woocommerce-ordering, or Result Count jQuery Selector if you use these in your Shop/Product Archives. Some themes also use different pagination functions and not the default WooCommerce pagination.php template. These can also be supported, as Kallyas theme is by naming the custom pagination function that is used in the Custom Pagination Function setting. For Kallays theme the pagination function that is called is named zn_woocommerce_pagination.

1.4.5 Manual Installation Options - Shop/Archive Installation

Editing files and inserting filters manually.

Templates that do not have any actions in the archive-product.php can be customized to show the Product Filter with its own action. For this purpose you will edit your code (in most cases the archive-product.php) and insert the PHP code with the Product Filter action. The code will look like this.

<?php do_action( 'prdctfltr_output' ); ?>

This will show the filter, but the filter will be default one. If you want to setup settings for this filter such as presets, classes or similar then you will use the following method.

<?php echo do_shortcode( '[prdctfltr_sc_get_filter preset="my-cool-preset"]' ); ?>

Basically this will execute the shorcode for showing only the filter. For more on this shortcode you can read in the [prdctfltr_sc_get_filter] - Show Filters section.

Upon successful Custom Action installation head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.4.6 Highly Customizable Installation Options - Shop/Archive Installation

When everything fails, or you are a PRO and in need for more!

As noted in previous section Product Filter has its own action that can be inserted directly in any template file and called when executing the code. For this purose you can use the following code. When using manual installation it is important to set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation to Custom Action, but the Product Filter Init Action should be empty.

<?php do_action( 'prdctfltr_output' ); ?>

This will show the filter, but the filter will be default one. If you want to setup settings for this filter such as presets, classes or similar then you will use the following method.

<?php echo do_shortcode( '[prdctfltr_sc_get_filter preset="my-cool-preset"]' ); ?>

Basically this will execute the shorcode for showing only the filter. For more on this shortcode you can read in the [prdctfltr_sc_get_filter] - Show Filters section.

Another way to install the Product Filter onto a custom action is from a Child Theme functions.php file. This is the way of the professional. To install it this way use the following code:

<?php
	function product_filter_add_1241365sltgdkhg() {
		do_action( 'prdctfltr_output' );
	}
	add_action( 'woocommerce_archive_description', 'product_filter_add_1241365sltgdkhg', 50 );
?>

This will also show the filter, but the filter will still be default one. If you want to setup settings for this filter such as presets, classes or similar then you will use the following method.

<?php
	function product_filter_add_1241365sltgdkhg() {
		echo do_shortcode( '[prdctfltr_sc_get_filter preset="my-cool-preset"]' );
	}
	add_action( 'woocommerce_archive_description', 'product_filter_add_1241365sltgdkhg', 50 );
?>

This function basically does the same when you set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archive Installation to Custom Action, but with a twist. Now you can do anything and control the filter the way you want it. The important thing is that you have a good action to work with. In the above example the woocommerce_archive_description to keep filter when the no products are found, but this function is not integrated in all themes. A good substitute will be the woocommerce_before_shop_loop action. You can even add your own action in your themes archive-product.php and hook onto those.

Now, what are the customizations that you can make with this code. Here are some samples.

PLEASE NOTE: These codes are only used by professionals when dealing with custom installations!

SAMPLE 1 : Shows default filter only on categories with slugs pants and trousers

<?php
	function product_filter_add_12asnbc65sltgdkhg() {
		if ( is_product_category( array( 'pants', 'trousers') ) ) {
			do_action( 'prdctfltr_output' );
		}
	}
	add_action( 'woocommerce_archive_description', 'product_filter_add_12asnbc65sltgdkhg', 50 );
?>

SAMPLE 2 : Shows filter only on Shop using filter preset "my-cool-preset"

<?php
	function product_filter_add_12asni32uyg6okhg() {
		if ( is_shop() ) {
			echo do_shortcode( '[prdctfltr_sc_get_filter preset="my-cool-preset"]' );
		}
	}
	add_action( 'woocommerce_archive_description', 'product_filter_add_12asni32uyg6okhg', 50 );
?>

SAMPLE 3 : Shows default filter everywhere, but not on Shop

<?php
	function product_filter_add_12liuyttpoikhg() {
		if ( !is_shop() ) {
			do_action( 'prdctfltr_output' );
		}
	}
	add_action( 'woocommerce_archive_description', 'product_filter_add_12liuyttpoikhg', 50 );
?>

1.5 Theme Specific Installations

Popular themes and proper Product Filter installation!

When dealing with these popular themes just follow the basic steps when installing as described in the theme section bellow and your filters will be installed in just a few seconds!

Request a Specific Installation

Popular themes and we have not included installation? Please drop us an email!.

You can either do this within the Product Filter for WooCommerce comments here or using the Pre-Sale questions contact form at this link. This will surely improve our WooCommerece Product Filter! Thanks!

1.5.1 ShopKit by Mihajlovicnenad.com

ShopKit supports all Product Filter for WooCommerce features and functions. No special installation is needed.

1.5.2 REHub by Sizam

REHub supports all Product Filter for WooCommerce features and functions. No special installation is needed. Theme author has provided additional information about it. Read it here REHub and Product Filter for WooCommerce - Better Product Filtering!

1.5.3 Storefront by WooCommerce

Storefront supports all Product Filter for WooCommerce features and functions. No special installation is needed.

1.5.4 Avada

In order to install the Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin in Avada, go to the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options page, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_archive_description:50 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.5 Enfold

To install Product Filter navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Two installation options are available. Enfold does not support the Override Default WooCommerce Templates option, so you can only use the Custom Action installation if you want the "On top filter" or the Use Widget. If you choose Use Widget just add the + Product Filter widget to your Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_before_shop_loop:100 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector: .pagination
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function: avia_pagination
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.6 Flatsome

To install Product Filter navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Three installation options are available. They are all supported. Override templates will replace your order-by.php and result-count.php templates. Widget mode will expect widget filters in Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action for init, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_archive_description:100 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector: .products + .container
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.7 Shopkeeper

In order to install the Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin in Shopkeeper, go to the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options page, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_before_shop_loop:100 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector: li
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

For Shopkeeper to run smoothly in AJAX you will need to set the AJAX jQuery and JS Refresh setting and paste in the following jQuery code:

$('ul.products li .product_thumbnail img').animate({opacity:1},200);

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.8 Atelier

In order to install the Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin in Atelier, go to the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options page, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_archive_description in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.9 BeTheme

In order to install the Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin in Divi, go to the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options page, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Override Default WooCommerce Templates and use select both templates to override in the Select Filtering Templates. This way the filter is installed properly. Also you can use the Custom Action method and insert either woocommerce_archive_description or the woocommerce_before_shop_loop in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector: .products_wrapper
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector: .pager_wrapper
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.10 Divi

To install Product Filter navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Three installation options are available. They are all supported. Override templates will replace your order-by.php and result-count.php templates. Widget mode will expect widget filters in Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action for init, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_archive_description:100 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

PLEASE NOTE : Divi Builder Shop Element is not supported by default. There is a little hack that will enable the Product Filter support. Follow this guide:

  1. Open your /wp-content/themes/divi/includes/modules/main-modules.php
  2. Find this part of the code. In Divi 3.0.x code was at line 15570

    $shop = do_shortcode(
    	sprintf( '[%1$s per_page="%2$s" orderby="%3$s" columns="%4$s" category="%5$s"]',
    		esc_html( $woocommerce_shortcodes_types[$type] ),
    		esc_attr( $posts_number ),
    		esc_attr( $orderby ),
    		esc_attr( $columns ),
    		esc_attr( $include_categories )
    	)
    );
  3. This part of Divi code calls WooCommerce shortcodes. Prodcut Filter supports WC shortcodes, so you can easily add support for those, but unfortunately we cannot do that by code as these are hardcoded. So, add parameters prdctfltr="widget" and you can also use ajax="yes" to get AJAX support. The "fixed" code follows:

    $shop = do_shortcode(
    	sprintf( '[%1$s per_page="%2$s" orderby="%3$s" columns="%4$s" category="%5$s" prdctfltr="widget" ajax="yes"]',
    		esc_html( $woocommerce_shortcodes_types[$type] ),
    		esc_attr( $posts_number ),
    		esc_attr( $orderby ),
    		esc_attr( $columns ),
    		esc_attr( $include_categories )
    	)
    );
  4. Now you can use Sidebar with + Product Filter widget aside the Shop module and it will work as expected.
  5. Filters can be on top too. If you want to achieve this use the prdctfltr="yes" in this code.
  6. KEEP IN MIND : This fix affects all Shop modules, so it is better to use it with widgets only, because otherwise filters will be shown in all Shop modules and you cannot turn them off anyhow. Ask Divi guys to implement these two switches to get full support in Divi theme. Thanks!

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.11 Legenda

In order to install the Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin in Legenda, go to the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options page, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Override Default WooCommerce Templates and use select both templates to override in the Select Filtering Templates. This way the filter is installed properly. Also you can use the Custom Action method and insert either woocommerce_archive_description or the woocommerce_before_shop_loop in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector: .product-loop
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.12 Salient

In order to install the Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin in Salient, go to the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options page, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Override Default WooCommerce Templates and use select both templates to override in the Select Filtering Templates. This way the filter is installed properly. Also you can use the Custom Action method and insert either woocommerce_archive_description or the woocommerce_before_shop_loop in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

PLEASE NOTE : For pagination to work properly in AJAX mode, please check the option Disable Fade Out On Click in your Salient Theme Options under the Page Transitions tab.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.13 X Theme

In order to install the Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin in Kallyas, go to the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options page, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Override Default WooCommerce Templates and use select both templates to override in the Select Filtering Templates. This way the filter is installed properly. Also you can use the Custom Action method and insert either woocommerce_archive_description or the woocommerce_before_shop_loop in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector: .pagination
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.14 The 7

To install Product Filter navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Three installation options are available. They are all supported. Override templates will replace your order-by.php and result-count.php templates. Widget mode will expect widget filters in Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action for init, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_archive_description:100 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

PLEASE NOTE : AJAX is not supported in shortcodes or Shop/Product Archives. We cannot do anything about it. Theme relys too much on JavaScript (over 20000 lines of it), that will just never work.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.15 Kallyas

In order to install the Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin in X Theme, go to the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options page, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Override Default WooCommerce Templates and use select both templates to override in the Select Filtering Templates. This way the filter is installed properly. Also you can use the Custom Action method and insert either woocommerce_archive_description or the woocommerce_before_shop_loop in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector: .pagination--light
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function: zn_woocommerce_pagination
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.16 Media Center

In order to install the Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin in Media Center, go to the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options page, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Override Default WooCommerce Templates and use select both templates to override in the Select Filtering Templates. This way the filter is installed properly. Also you can use the Custom Action method and insert either woocommerce_archive_description or the woocommerce_before_shop_loop in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

For Media Center to run smoothly in AJAX you will need to set the AJAX jQuery and JS Refresh setting and paste in the following jQuery code.

function setConformingHeight(a,b){a.data("originalHeight",void 0==a.data("originalHeight")?a.height():a.data("originalHeight")),a.height(b)}function getOriginalHeight(a){return void 0==a.data("originalHeight")?a.height():a.data("originalHeight")}function columnConform(){$(".products > .product").each(function(){var a=$(this);if(a.is(":visible")){var b=a.position().top;if(currentRowStart!=b){for(var c=0;c<rowDivs.length;c++)setConformingHeight(rowDivs[c],currentTallest);rowDivs.length=0,currentRowStart=b,currentTallest=getOriginalHeight(a),rowDivs.push(a)}else rowDivs.push(a),currentTallest=currentTallest<getOriginalHeight(a)?getOriginalHeight(a):currentTallest;for(var c=0;c<rowDivs.length;c++)setConformingHeight(rowDivs[c],currentTallest)}})}var currentTallest=0,currentRowStart=0,rowDivs=new Array;columnConform();

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.17 Porto

In order to install the Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin in Porto, go to the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options page, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_archive_description:50 in the Product Filter Init Action field. If you want the filter to appear just before the products use this action woocommerce_before_shop_loop. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives. All other AJAX jQuery Selector options should be left blank as the default values will just work.

1.5.18 Kalium

To install Product Filter navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Three installation options are available. They are all supported. Override templates will replace your order-by.php and result-count.php templates. Widget mode will expect widget filters in Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action for init, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_archive_description:100 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

AJAX jQuery and JS Refresh - Paste the following jQuery script into this option textarea

$('.product').hoverIntent({over:function(){$(this).addClass('hover');}, out:function(){$(this).removeClass('hover');},interval:100,timeout:250});
$('.item-images').hoverIntent({over:function(){$(this).addClass('gallery-hover');}, out:function(){$(this).removeClass('gallery-hover');},interval:100,timeout:250});

AJAX SUPPORT : AJAX only works if you disable the Theme Options > Shop Settings > Masonry Mode option.

Kalium theme infinite load pagination - Paste the following PHP snippet in your child theme's functions.php file to fix issues with infinite load pagination

// Fix the issue with infinite load and product filter
function kalium_prdctfltr_init_product_filter_globals( $query ) {
    if ( class_exists( 'WC_Prdctfltr' ) ) {
        WC_Prdctfltr::make_global( $_REQUEST, $query );
    }
}

add_action( 'kalium_woocommerce_paged_products_query_ajax', 'kalium_prdctfltr_init_product_filter_globals' );

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.19 Jupiter

To install Product Filter for Jupiter theme, navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Three installation options are available. They are all supported. Override templates will replace your order-by.php and result-count.php templates. Widget mode will expect widget filters in Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action for init, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_archive_description:100 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected. Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

AJAX jQuery and JS Refresh - Paste the following jQuery script into this option textarea

$('section.products article .product-loop-thumb img').each( function(){$(this).attr('src', $.parseJSON($(this).attr('data-mk-image-src-set')).default);});

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.20 Royal Theme

To install Product Filter for Royal theme, navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Two installation options are available. Widget mode will expect widget filters in Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action for init, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_before_shop_loop in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:.products-loop
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:.product
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected. Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

AJAX jQuery and JS Refresh - Paste the following jQuery script into this option textarea

$('section.products article .product-loop-thumb img').each( function(){$(this).attr('src', $.parseJSON($(this).attr('data-mk-image-src-set')).default);});

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.21 WP Astra

To install Product Filter navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Three installation options are available. They are all supported. Override templates will replace your order-by.php and result-count.php templates. Widget mode will expect widget filters in Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action for init, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_before_shop_loop:40 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.22 Vase

To install Product Filter for Vase WorsPress theme, navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Three installation options are available. They are all supported. Override templates will replace your order-by.php and result-count.php templates. Widget mode will expect widget filters in Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action for init, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_before_shop_loop:40 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector: div.row
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector: .col-md-4
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

NOTE: This theme uses bootstrap, and you'll need to specify special selectors for those. If you find similar product loop HTML structure as on the screenshot below, you should follow the instructions above, and modify it slightly per your needs.

1.5.23 Impreza

To install Product Filter navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Three installation options are available. They are all supported. Override templates will replace your order-by.php and result-count.php templates. Widget mode will expect widget filters in Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action for init, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_before_shop_loop:40 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.24 TheGem

To install Product Filter navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Three installation options are available. They are all supported. Override templates will replace your order-by.php and result-count.php templates. Widget mode will expect widget filters in Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action for init, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_before_shop_loop:40 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

1.5.25 Camelia

To install Product Filter navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. Three installation options are available. They are all supported. Override templates will replace your order-by.php and result-count.php templates. Widget mode will expect widget filters in Shop sidebar. To install the Product Filter using Custom Action for init, set the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation option to Custom Action and insert woocommerce_before_shop_loop:40 in the Product Filter Init Action field. The filter will now be successfully installed in your Shop and Product Archive pages. If you decide to use AJAX filtering just check the Use AJAX On Product Archives and set the following options. If the option is empty, just leave it blank as the default setting will work. More on Shop/Product Archives integration check this link.

  • AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Category jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Product jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector:
  • AJAX Order By jQuery Selector:
  • Custom Pagination Function:
  • AJAX Product Columns: Set your Shop product columns here, default value is 3 ***
  • AJAX Product Rows: Adjust your Shop rows setting here, if you use 12 products per page set 4 ***

*** Set these options if the do not work as expected .Columns and rows options work with Shop/Product Archive pages! For shortcodes use the columns="4" parameter.

Now head to Default Filter and Filter Presets settings which can be found in WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to setup your filters! For further read on how to setup the filter please visit the Settings section.

2. Settings - Product Filter for WooCommerce

After successful installation lets setup some filters! Read more!

Upon installation Product Filter for WooCommerce will seamlessly integrate itself in the WooCommerce interface. Product Filter for WooCommerce settings page can be found by navigating to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter. All settings regarding the Product Filter are located on this page.

2.1 Product Filter Settings, User Interface and Presets Manager

This is the place to setup everything about your filters.

In your WP Dashboard navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter to get to the plugin settings page. The settings are divided into Default Filter and Filter Presets, Filter Overrides and Restrictions, Advanced Options, Filter Analytics, Register and Automatic Updates. The first section, Default Filter and Filter Presets is for setting up appearance, styles and filters. Filter Overrides and Restrictions settings are used for filter preset overrides on taxonomies or restrictions. Advanced Options contain most of the installation options as well as special AJAX settings and some more all around filter setups. A useful area is the Filter Analytics page, where if enabled, filtering data will be gathered to help you know what your customers are searching for. For plugin registration visit the Register and Automatic Updates and enter your purchase code in the registration field. This will allow you to update the plugin automatically directly from your WordPress Dashboard.

2.2 Default Filter and Filter Presets

Setup your appearance and filtering options with these settings!

Product Filter for WooCommerce supports unlimited filter prestes. This tab will provide settings for creating presets and setting the options for the default filter. This manager provides you with the options for saving, loading and deleting presets. Your default preset will automatically show on all your filter supported pages, these are the shop page and the product archive pages (categories, tags, taxonomies). If you want to use a preset for category or the shortcode, then setup all the settings for yout preset and click Save As Preset. Be a bit careful with the presets and the default configuration in order not to overwrite your default filter.

2.2.1 General Settings

These settings control the filter behaviour and appearance.

Always Visible

This option will make Product Filter visible without the slide up/down animation at all times. This option does not work with the Arrow Styles as these presets are absolutely positioned. This option also has no effect on the widget version.

Instant Filtering

When checked, this option will remove the standard Filter Selected button and filtering will be done instantly upon selecting an term in any of the filters.

Show Term Products Count

When checked, this option will show available product counts beside the supporting filter terms.

Show Term Search Fields

When checked, this option will show term search fields in supporting filters.

Selected Terms Area

This multi-select option let's you choose where will the selected term notification be shown to your users. You can select muliple options.

Selected Terms Style

If you've selected Collector or After Filter Titles, you can select which style to apply to those selected terms.

Stepped Filter Selection

Check this option to enable stepped selection. In this mode filters will be shown and selected one by one.

Reorder Selected Terms

Check this option to reorder selected terms to front.

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Disable Top Bar

Check this option to hide the Product Filter top bar. This option will also make the filter always visible, because there will be no trigger to show it!

Disable Show Results Title

Check this option to hide the show results text from the Product Filter title.

Disable Sale Button

Check this option to hide the Product Filter sale button.

Disable In Stock Button

Check this option to hide the Product Filter in stock button.

Disable Reset Button

Check this option to hide the Product Filter reset button.

Override Filter Form Action

Advanced users can override filter form action.

Override No Products Action

Input Content/HTML to display when no products are found. By default your theme or the default WooCommerce no-products-found.php template will be shown.

2.2.2 Filter Style Settings

This section is all about style! Style up your Product Filter!

Select Style

Select style to use with the current filter. This option does not work with the widget version as widget styles are set within the widget itself.

Select Mode

Select mode to use with the style. Available modes are One Row, Multiple Row and Masonry Filters. This option also does not work with the widget version, as widgets are always displayed as blocks in one column.

Max Columns

This option sets the number of columns for the filter. Not available for widget filters.

Limit Max Height

When checked, this option will make all filters the same height. The height of the filters will be set according to the Max Height value.

Max Height

Set the Max Height of the filters. Only works if the Limit Max Height is checked.

Use Custom Scroll Bars

Check this option to override default browser scroll bars with javascrips scrollbars in Limit Max Height mode. These javascript scrollbars can be a mess, so avoid them as much as possible.

Select Checkbox Style

Select style for the filter checkboxes.

Select Hierarchy Style

Select style for the filters with hierarchy.

Select Filter Buttons Position

Select position of the filter buttons (Filter Selected, Sale, In Stock Buttons..).

Override Filter Icon

Input the icon class to override the default Product Filter icon. Use icon class e.g. prdctfltr-filter or FontAwesome fa fa-shopping-cart or any other.

Override Filter Title

Override Filter Products, the default filter title. This title is shown in the top bar. Use this option to override the default Filter Products text.

Override Filter Submit Text

Override Filter Selected, the default filter submit button text.

Select AJAX Loader Icon

When using AJAX a loader icon will appear. Select AJAX loader icon to use with the current filter.

2.2.3 Adoptive Filtering

Adoptive Filtering will make terms in your filter adopt to the browsed products. Terms that are not associated will not be shown.

Enable/Disable Adoptive Filtering

Check this option to enable the adoptive filtering. Adoptive filtering means that your filters will show terms that have remained within the product results.

Select Adoptive Filtering Style

Select style to use with the adoptive filtered terms.

Select Adoptive Filtering Mode

Select more to use with the filtered terms.

Select Adoptive Filtering Dependencies

Adoptive filters can depend only on ceratin taxonomies. Select taxonomies to include. Use CTRL+Click to select multiple taxonomies or deselect all.

Adoptive Term Products Count Mode

Select how to display the term products count when adoptive filtering is used.

Reorder Adoptive Terms

Check this option to reorder adoptive terms to front.

2.2.4 Mobile Preset

Easily set different preset for handheld/mobile devices in this section.

Select Mobile Preset

Select mobile preset that will be shown on lower screen resolutions.

Set Mobile Resolution

Set screen resolution that wil trigger the mobile preset.

2.2.5 Filter Manager and Filters

Use the filter manger to create filters!

Available Filters

Select filters to use on default filter template or the current filter preset you are creating. Greens are active, reds are not, blue buttons add as many filters as you need.

2.2.6 Products Per Page Filter Settings

How much products to show? 10, 20, 100+ Products?

Override Products Per Page Filter Title

Enter title for the products per page filter. If you leave this field blank default will be used.

Override Products Per Page Filter Label

Enter label for the products per page filter. If you leave this field blank default will be used.

Per Page Filter Initial

Initial products per page value.

Per Page Filter Values

Number of product per page values. E.G. You have set the initial pages to 20, and the per page filter value is set to 5, you will achieve filtering like 20 Products, 40 Proucts, 60 Products .. 100 Products.

Style Customization

This filter is styleable, meaning you can change its default appearance or design. Just click the Paint Bucket icon in the filter title. Once customized, the customization key will appear. If you use matching filters in presets just copy and paste this key to get the same customization.

Terms Customization

This filter is customizable, meaning you can change its default filtering values. Just click the Cogs icon in the filter title. Once customized, customization key will appear. If you use matching filters in presets just copy and paste this key to get the same customization.

2.2.7 In Stock Filter Settings

In stock, out of stock or both!

Override In Stock Filter Title

Enter title for the in stock filter. If you leave this field blank default will be used.

Style Customization

This filter is styleable, meaning you can change its default appearance or design. Just click the Paint Bucket icon in the filter title. Once customized, the customization key will appear. If you use matching filters in presets just copy and paste this key to get the same customization.

2.2.8 By Price Filter Settings

Every shop needs a price filter!

Override Price Filter Title

Enter title for the by price filter. If you leave this field blank default will be used.

Price Range Filter Initial Price

Input initial price. This price is not your first price. The first price by default is the lowest price in Shop. If you want to setup prices the way you want just use the Term Customization for the price filter.

Price Range Filter Price Add

Number of price intervals to use. E.G. You have set the initial price to 99.9, and the add price is set to 100, you will achieve filtering like 0-99.9, 99.9-199.9, 199.9- 299.9 for the number of times as set in the price intervals setting.

Price Range Filter Intervals

Input the number of price intervals you wish to use.

Price Range Hide None

Check this option to hide None on the price filter.

Style Customization

This filter is styleable, meaning you can change its default appearance or design. Just click the Paint Bucket icon in the filter title. Once customized, the customization key will appear. If you use matching filters in presets just copy and paste this key to get the same customization.

Terms Customization

This filter is customizable, meaning you can change its default filtering values. Just click the Cogs icon in the filter title. Once customized, customization key will appear. If you use matching filters in presets just copy and paste this key to get the same customization.

2.2.9 Taxonomy Filter Settings

Taxonomies are product categories, tags, characteristics, attributes and more!

Override Filter Title

Enter title for the current taxonomy filter. If you leave this field blank default taxonomy name will be used.

Include Terms

Select taxonomy terms to include. Use CTRL+Click to select multiple categories or deselect all.

Terms Order By

Select terms ordering method.

Terms Order

Select ascendic or descendic ordering.

Limit Terms

Limit number of terms to show.

Use Hierarchy

When available and checked hierarchy will be shown for the current filter.

Hierarchy Mode

When hierarchy is available, checking this option will expand the child terms on filter load, while unchecked will only show parent categories.

Hierarchy Filtering Mode

Select how to show categories upon filtering. Either all can be visible or just the parent and child terms.

Selection Change Reset

Check this option to reset other filters when this one is used. Use this on your important filters like categories. Also option is very useful when Adoptive Filtering is used.

Use Adoptive Filtering

When checked, this option will apply Adoptive Filtering on the current filter, removing or hiding the terms that aren't related to the given filtering.

Use Multi Select Filtering

Allow multi term select.

Multi Select Relation

Setup relation for the Multi Select Filtering. Use either IN (default) or the AND filters.

Disable None

Check this option to hide None on the current filter.

Style Customization

These filters are styleable, meaning you can change their default appearance or design. Just click the Paint Bucket icon in the filter title. Once customized, the customization key will appear. If you use matching filters in presets just copy and paste this key to get the same customization.

2.2.10 Range Filter Settings

Filter by ranges! Prices and taxonomy ranges are supported!

Override Filter Title

Enter title for the current range filter. If you leave this field blank default title will be used.

Include Terms

Select terms to include. Use CTRL+Click to select multiple categories or deselect all.

Term order By

Select terms ordering method.

Term Order

Select ascendic or descendic ordering.

Select Style

Select style to use with the filter. Available styles are Flat, Modern, HTML5, White, Metal, Thin and Knob

Use Grid

Show or hide term grid in the range filter.

Custom Settings

These are the range filter custom settings. They options are MIN, MAX, PREFIX, POSTFIX, STEP and GRID_NUM. MIN and MAX work only with the price range. If you want to set this for taxonomy ranges just use the include terms option. PREFIX and POSTFIX will add a bit of text before and after the range selections. Can be quite usefull for numerical taxonomy ranges to add units or similar. STEP will set the step of the range filter, use numerical values. GRID_NUM is an option to setup the grid interval, make sure you have checked the Use Grid option in the range filter to see the effect.

2.2.11 Search Filter Settings

Setup in search filter.

Override Search Filter Title

Enter title for the search filter. If you leave this field blank default will be used.

Override Search Filter Placeholder

Enter title for the search filter placeholder. If you leave this field blank default will be used.

2.2.12 Advanced Filter Settings

Advanced filters are used for all taxonomies! Even custom ones!

Override Filter Title

Enter title for the current advanced filter. If you leave this field blank default title will be used.

Select Taxonomy

Select which taxonomy to filter.

Include Terms

Select terms to include. Use CTRL+Click to select multiple categories or deselect all.

Term Order By

Select terms ordering method.

Term Order

Select ascendic or descendic ordering.

Limit Terms

Limit number of terms to show.

Use Hierarchy

When available and checked hierarchy will be shown for the current filter.

Hierarchy Mode

When hierarchy is available, checking this option will expand the child terms on filter load, while unchecked will only show parent categories.

Hierarchy Filtering Mode

Select how to show categories upon filtering. Either all can be visible or just the parent and child terms.

Use Adoptive Filtering

When checked, this option will use Adoptive Filtering on the current filter.

Use Multi Select

Allow for products to be filtered with multiple options in the same filter. Note that this option doesn't work when using multiple advanced filters on the same taxonomy, if the Multi Select Relation is set to AND.

Multi Select Term Relation

Setup relation for the Multi Select Filtering. Use either IN( find products that have any of the selected options ) or the AND( products that have all the options selected ) filters.

Disable None

Check this option to hide None on the filter.

Style Customization

These filters are styleable, meaning you can change their default appearance or design. Just click the Paint Bucket icon in the filter title. Once customized, the customization key will appear. If you use matching filters in presets just copy and paste this key to get the same customization.

2.2.13 Vendor Filter

Vendor (Post Author) filters!

Filter Title

Override filter title. If you leave this field empty default will be used.

Filter Description

Enter description for the current filter. If entered small text will apprear just bellow the filter title.

Select Vendors

Select terms to include. Use CTRL+Click to select terms or clear selection.

Style Customization Key

These filters are styleable, meaning you can change their default appearance or design. Just click the Paint Bucket icon in the filter title. Once customized, the customization key will appear. If you use matching filters in presets just copy and paste this key to get the same customization.

2.2.14 Meta Filters

Longly awaited, arrived in style!

Meta Filters are new addition in Product Filter for WooCommerce 6.0.0+! Any custom meta key from your wp_postmeta table associated with your products can be filtered. This means that you can use plugin such as WooCommerce Extra Product Options, Advanced Custom Fields for WooCommerce, WooCommerce Custom Fields & Product Add-ons and similar. Already integrated product meta keys by WooCommerce are also interesting. Here are some sample keys total_sales, _featured, _downloadable, _width, _length, _height, _weight, _sku, _wc_review_count, _wc_average_rating. These can be used to create awesome new filters for example, the Rating Filter, Total Sales Filter, Weight Filter, Dimensions Filter and similar! Examples of the Meta Fitlers are in the FAQ and how To? section under Filters.

Filter Title

Override filter title. If you leave this field empty default will be used.

Filter Description

Enter description for the current filter. If entered small text will apprear just bellow the filter title.

Key

Product meta key that will be used for filtering.

Compare

Meta values compare method.

Type

Meta values type.

Limit Terms

Limit number of terms to display in filter.

Use Multi Select

Check this option to enable multi term selection.

Multi Select Terms Relation

Select term relation when multiple terms are selected.

Hide None

Check this option to hide none in the current filter.

Style Customization Key

These filters are styleable, meaning you can change their default appearance or design. Just click the Paint Bucket icon in the filter title. Once customized, the customization key will appear. If you use matching filters in presets just copy and paste this key to get the same customization.

Terms Customization Key

Meta filters need terms (values) customization to work. Use the Cogs Wheel icon to setup terms. Once customized, customization key will appear. If you use matching filters in presets just copy and paste this key to get the same customization.

2.2.15 Filter Style Customization

Newly introduced with the Product Filter for WooCommerce version 5.0.0 are the Filter Style Customizer and the Filter Term Customizer which let you customize styles and terms settings for filters. Some filters (like the By Price and Products per Page filters) have both customization options available, while others (like Taxonomy, Sort By and the In Stock filters) only have style customization option available.

IMPORTANT When customization is created you will need to resave your preset or the default filter you are using to keep the changes. Style keys can be copied from one filter preset to another as long as customized filters are of the same type.

Filter Style Customizer - Paint Bucket Icon

Lets you customize the look of each of your filters, displaying them as either Text, Color, Thumbnail, HTML or Select Box. Each of these styles comes with its own options with which to customize your filter. You can use any style customization for any one of your single filters independently. Once the customization settings are saved, a customization key appears in the 'Style Customization Key' field of your single filter, which you can copy and paste into any customization key field of another filter to give it the same style.

Filter Value Customizer - Cogs Wheel Icon

Lets you set custom values for filters where this option is available, currently only for price and per page filter. Once the term customization is saved, a term customization key appears in the 'Term Customization Key' field of your single filter, which you can copy and paste into any term customization key field of another filter to give it the same values.

2.3 Installation and Advanced Options

Advanced options for the advanced users!

2.3.1 General Shop/Product Archive Settings

General installation settings for Shop and Product Archive pages.

If you have not read the installation section please do so before reading the Advanced Options - Product Filter General Shop/Product Archive Settings as this options are mainly used for Product Filter installation and integration within the Shop and Product Archives.

Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation

Select method for installing the Product Filter template in your Shop and Product Archive pages.

Select Filtering Templates

Select which WooCommerce templates should the Product Filter replace. Use CTRL+Click to select multiple templates or deselect all. This option is used if the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation is set to Override Default WooCommerce Templates option.

Product Filter Init Action

Select which WooCommerce templates should the Product Filter replace. Use CTRL+Click to select multiple templates or deselect all. This option is used if the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation is set to Override Default WooCommerce Templates option.

Enable/Disable Default Filter Templates

If you have disabled the Product Filter Override Templates option at the top, then your default WooCommerce or theme filter templates will be shown. If you want do disable these default templates too, check this option. This option can be usefull for the widget version of the Product Filter.

2.3.2 AJAX Shop and Product Archives Settings

AJAX Product Archives Settings – Setup this section to use AJAX on shop and product archive pages.

Use AJAX On Product Archives

When checked, this option will allow AJAX load on Shop and Product Archives.

AJAX Product jQuery Selector

Enter custom wrapper class if you are using a broken template the default setting is not working. Default class: .type-product

AJAX Category jQuery Selector

Enter custom category class if you are using a broken template and the default setting is not working. Default class: .product-category

AJAX Wrapper jQuery Selector

Enter custom category class if you are using a broken template and the default setting is not working. Default class: .products

AJAX Pagination jQuery Selector

Enter custom pagination class if you are using a broken template and the default setting is not working. Default class: .woocommerce-pagination

AJAX Result Count jQuery Selector

Enter custom result count class if the default setting is not working. Default class: .woocommerce-result-count

AJAX Order By jQuery Selector

Enter custom order by class if the default setting is not working. Default class: .woocommerce-ordering

AJAX Product Columns

In how many columns are your product displayed in the Shop or Product Archive pages by default?

AJAX Product Rows

In how many rows are your product displayed in the Shop or Product Archive pages by default?

Select Pagination Type

Select pagination template to use. If the in theme pagination is not working, or you do not like it you can use other Product Filter integrated paginations.

Custom Pagination Function

Function for displaying pagination. Default function: woocommerce_pagination

Select Product Loading Animation

Select animation when showing new products.

AJAX Pagination Scroll

Select type of scrolling animation after using the AJAX pagination.

Disable AJAX Permalinks

Check this option to disable browser address bar URL changes when using AJAX.

AJAX Failsafe Check

Select elemets to check before calling AJAX function in Shop/Product Archives. Use this option to improve your AJAX support. Check the FAQ for more details.

AJAX jQuery and JS Refresh

Input jQuery or JS code to execute after AJAX calls. This option is usefull if the JS is broken after AJAX calls.

2.3.3 Product Filter Advanced Settings

Advanced Settings – These settings will affect all filters.

Use Characteristics

Check this option to use characteristics. This is the integrated Product Filter taxonomy same as the tags and can be used when the plugin is used.

Clear All Action

Selected filters will not be affected the Clear All action.

Term Product Counts Mode

Select how to get the term products count. Use either Precise way or the simple and fast. Simple and fast is usually better for performance.

Hide Empty Terms in Filters

Check this checkbox to hide empty terms in filters.

Switch Variable Images

Check this option to switch variable images when attribute filters are used.

Filter Taxonomy Relation

Set filter relation for product taxonomies. Usually set to AND, but some prefer OR.

Disable JavaScript Libraries

Select JavaScript libraries to disable. Use CTRL+Click to select multiple libraries or deselect all. Selected libraries will not be loaded.

Supported Filter Overrides

Select taxonomies that will support the Product Filter Overrides.

2.3.4 Product Filter Product Archives Settings (disabled AJAX)

Product Archives Settings (disabled AJAX) – Special settings for shop and product archive pages with disabled AJAX.

Force Post Type Variable

Check this option if you are having issues with the searches. This options should never be checked unless something is wrong with the template you are using. Option will add the ?post_type=product parameter when filtering.

Force Stay on Permalink

Check this option to force filtering on the same permalink (URL).

Disable Product Filter Redirects

Check this option if you are having issues with the shop page redirects.

Single Product Redirect

Uncheck to enable single product page redirect when only one product is found.

2.4 Filter Overrides and Restrictions

Overrides are very usefull! You can have multiple presets in your Shop depending on the filtered category or taxonomy!

In this section you can add the filter overrides. Select a term, select the preset and click Add Override. This way your Shop and Product Archives and shortcodes will have an override for the selected term. Once the term is filtered or visited on page a set preset will be shown instead of the default one.

Product Categories Overrides

Add overrides for your categorie terms. Priority #1

Product Tags Overrides

Add overrides for your tag terms. Priority #2

Product Characteristics Overrides and More Overrides

Custom taxonomies, attributes and such can also have overrides! Navigate to your WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options and setup the Supported Filter Overrides option. If you need your custom taxonomy overrides too, just use CTRL+Click to select it from the available overrides list.

Enable/Disable Shop Page Product Filter

Check this option in order to disable the Product Filter on Shop page. This option can be useful for themes with custom Shop pages, if checked the default WooCommerce or theme filter template will be overriden only on product archives that support it.

Shop Page Override

Override default filter on the Shop page with a custom filter preset.

Shop/Category Display Types And Product Filter

Select what display types will not show the Product Filter. Shop pages and category archives can have display types. Select which types will support the filter.

Product Filter Restrictions / Show Filter Only On Categories

Limit filter appearance with Product Filter Restrictions. To show filter only on certain categories in Shop and Product Archives, select them from the list. Use CTRL+Click to select terms or deselect all.

2.5 Filter Analytics (BETA, new in version 5.0.0)

Follow your customers filtering data. This feature is currently in BETA VERSION. Please note: this section and its features will be extended in the future updates.

2.6 WPBakery Page Builder for WordPress (formerly Visual Composer) Support

Product Filter supports WPBakery Page Builder!

These WPBakery Page Builder have Product Filter support! IMPORTANT

WooCommerce Elements extra Product Filter settings! IMPORTANT

2.7 Gutenberg Support

Gutenberg is coming! Product Filter is ready!

Gutenberg is coming to WordPress 5.0! More info on Gutenberg and how you can install it now read here → Gutenberg - Say Hello to the New Editor - https://wordpress.org/gutenberg/. To use Product Filter with WooCommerce and Gutenberg follow these simple steps.

  • Install WooCommerce Gutenberg Products Block plugin. From WooCommerce official page → WooCommerce.Com or WordPress WooCommerce Gutenberg Products Block plugin repository → WordPress.Org. THIS PLUGIN IS FREE AND MAINTAINED BY WOOCOMMERCE!
  • Add a product block and when editing this block a Product Filter tab will appear! Set a filtering preset to use with this block and you are done!

WooCommerce Gutenberg Product Blocks Product Filters! IMPORTANT

3. Shortcodes - Product Filter for WooCommerce

For custom uses on pages there are the Product Filter shortcodes!

3.1 [prdctfltr_sc_products] - Show Filters and Products

Use this shortcode to show filters with products on pages, or to create step and custom action filters!

To display products with filters on page use the [prdctfltr_sc_products] shortcode. This shortcode can display filter with products, but can also be used to create step and custom action filters. On step and custom action filters and how to create them read further in the FAQ and How to? section. Here we will explain the basic use on pages when you want to display filters and product lists.

3.1.1 Basic Use and Parameters

Learn the basics of filtered product lists for your pages!

To output a filtered products list with the default preset filter use the following code in any of your pages:

[prdctfltr_sc_products]

The Product Filter [prdctfltr_sc_products] shortcode accepts parameters which can be set in this way:

[prdctfltr_sc_products rows="4" preset="my-cool-preset" class="my-filter-class"]

Supported parameters that can be used within the Product Filter shortcode are listed in the following table.

Parameters Settings
preset="" Preset slug to override the default filter setup. If you have named your preset to My New Preset then your slug will be my-new-preset
rows=4 How many rows of products to display?
columns=4 How many columns of products to display? Accepted arguments 1-6
fallback_css="no" !IMPORTANT! If your columns are not working please set this parameter to yes to get columns support!
ajax="yes" Use AJAX load on current shortcode. If you do not want AJAX set this parameter to no
pagination="yes" UPDATED Set pagination. Accepted arguments yes, no, loadmore, infinite Load more and inifinite paginations need ajax="yes" to work!
min_price="" Minumum price of the shown products
max_price="" Maximum price of the shown products
orderby="" Order products by method. Available parameters setting are date, author, title, menu-order...
order="" Order products ascendic or descendic. Available parameters settings are ASC and DECS accordingly
product_cat="" Product category slugs. For multiple terms please separate your slugs with comma ( e.g. product_cat="my-cat,my-cat-2" )
product_tag="" Product tag slugs. For multiple terms please separate your slugs with comma ( e.g. product_tag="my-tag,my-tag-2" )
product_characteristics="" Product characteristics slugs. For multiple terms please separate your slugs with comma ( e.g. product_characteristics="my-char,my-char-2" )
instock_products="" Supported settings "in", "out", "both"
http_query="" This is a complex query which can process just about anything ( e.g.1. http_query="product_cat=my-cat,my-cat2" e.g.2. http_query="product_cat=my-cat,my-cat2&meta_key=_stock_status&meta_value=instock" e.g.3. http_query="sale_products=on" ). NOTE: attribute queries, like http_query="pa_color=red" do not work and you should use [products] shortcode instead.
action="" Set a custom action for the filter (URL of the page that filter will redirect on filtering)
use_filter="yes" Show the filter. In special cases you will want to show only products. If so set this parameter to no
show_categories="no" Show categories. Categories are by default not shown, if you do want them in the products list please set this parameter to yes
cat_columns=4 How many columns of categories to display? Accepted arguments 1-6
show_products="yes" Show products or no. If set to no Step Filter mode will be activated. Also action="" (Custom Action) parameter is to be used then. Default redirect will be your Shop page.
show_loop_title="yes" If your theme supports this and the parameter is set to no product titles will be removed from the loop.
show_loop_price="yes" If your theme supports this and the parameter is set to no product prices will be removed from the loop.
show_loop_rating="yes" If your theme supports this and the parameter is set to no product ratings will be removed from the loop.
show_loop_add_to_cart="yes" If your theme supports this and the parameter is set to no product Add to Cart button will be removed from the loop.
shortcode_id="" Add ID to your shortcode ( e.g. class="my-id-1" )
class="" Add classes to your shortcode ( e.g. class="my-class my-class-2" )
bot_margin=36 Bottom margin of the shortcode
disable_overrides="yes" If this parameter is set to no the settings from the Filter Overrides will be ignored
disable_woo_filter="no" If this parameter is set to yes and AJAX is not used the original WooCommerce shortcodes will not be be affected by this filter

3.1.2 AJAX Shortcodes

AJAX shortcodes are awesome!

To create a AJAX shortcode all you need to do is add the parameter ajax="yes" to your shortcode syntax. Here is a example:

[prdctfltr_sc_products rows="2" ajax="yes"]

This shortcode will now filter and paginate products right from the page without leaving it. You can also add multiple AJAX shortcodes in any page. The sample code follows.

<h2>Winter Collection</h2>
[prdctfltr_sc_products rows="1" ajax="yes" product_cat="winter" preset="my-winter-filter-preset"]
<h2>Summer Collection</h2>
[prdctfltr_sc_products rows="1" ajax="yes" product_cat="summer" preset="my-summer-filter-preset"]

3.1.3 Shortcode Samples

Here are some useful samples!

To insert products from a category use the following code. These codes can also be used for product tags and characteristcs, just use product_tag="my-tag-slug" or product_characteristics="my-characteristics-slug" instead of the product_cat parameter shown in the examples.

[prdctfltr_sc_products rows="2" product_cat="my-category-slug-1" ajax="yes"]

This will show the products from category with a slug my-category-slug-1

[prdctfltr_sc_products rows="2" product_cat="my-category-slug-1,my-category-slug-2" ajax="yes"]

This will show the products from category with a slug my-category-slug-1 OR my-category-slug-2

[prdctfltr_sc_products rows="2" product_cat="my-category-slug-1+my-category-slug-2" ajax="yes"]

This will show the products from category with a slug my-category-slug-1 AND my-category-slug-2

More parameters like these are min_price="100", max_price="400", sale_products="on", instock_products="in" which can define the product lists. Examples follow.

[prdctfltr_sc_products rows="2" min_price="100" max_price="400" product_cat="my-category-slug-1,my-category-slug-2" ajax="yes"]

This will show the products from category with a slug my-category-slug-1 OR my-category-slug-2 in the price range of 100-400

[prdctfltr_sc_products rows="2" sale_products="on" instock_products="in" product_tag="my-tag-slug-1" ajax="yes"]

This will show the products tagged with a slug my-tag-slug-1 that are on sale and in stock

Advanced parameter http_query="product_cat=my-category-slug-1,my-category-slug-2" can be used to show any product query. The query supports any parameter that WP Query supports. Insert the query array phrased with the PHP function http_build_query. Samples follow.

[prdctfltr_sc_products rows="2" http_query="product_cat=my-category-slug-1,my-category-slug-2" ajax="yes"]

This will show the products from category with a slug my-category-slug-1 OR my-category-slug-2, although it is added in the http_query as shown in the example, it will act as the product_cat="my-category-slug-1,my-category-slug-2" parameter.

[prdctfltr_sc_products rows="2" http_query="product_cat=my-category-slug-1,my-category-slug-2&meta_key=my_custom_metakey&meta_value=yes" ajax="yes"]

This will show the products from category with a slug my-category-slug-1 OR my-category-slug-2 that have a my_custom_metakey postmeta assigned to it which value is set to yes

Check this page for more WP Query parameters https://codex.wordpress.org/Class_Reference/WP_Query

3.2 [prdctfltr_sc_get_filter] - Show Filters

Use this shortcode to show only filters in pages or for custom action installations!

To display only filters on page use the [prdctfltr_sc_get_filter] shortcode. This shortcode can display filters wherever inserted. Custom action installations with different presets can use this function to achieve the most.

3.2.1 Basic Use and Parameters

Learn the basics of adding filter to your pages and custom shortcode installations!

To output a filter with the default preset use the following code in any of your pages:

[prdctfltr_sc_get_filter]

The Product Filter [prdctfltr_sc_get_filter] shortcode accepts parameters which can be set in this way:

[prdctfltr_sc_get_filter preset="my-cool-preset" class="my-filter-class"]

Supported parameters that can be used within the Product Filter shortcode are listed in the following table.

Parameters Settings
preset="" Preset slug to override the default filter setup. If you have named your preset to My New Preset then your slug will be my-new-preset
ajax="yes" Use AJAX load on current shortcode. If you do not want AJAX set this parameter to no
action="" Set a custom action for the filter (URL of the page that filter will redirect on filtering)
shortcode_id="" Add ID to your shortcode ( e.g. class="my-id-1" )
class="" Add classes to your shortcode ( e.g. class="my-class my-class-2" )
bot_margin=36 Bottom margin of the shortcode
disable_overrides="yes" If this parameter is set to no the settings from the Filter Overrides will be ignored
disable_woo_filter="no" If this parameter is set to yes and AJAX is not used the original WooCommerce shortcodes will not be be affected by this filter

3.2.2 Shortcode Samples

Here are some useful samples!

To insert default filter anywhere use the Product Filter shortcode as in example.

[prdctfltr_sc_get_filter]

This will show the default filter when inserted

To use presets you will need to add the preset="my-cool-preset" parameter.

[prdctfltr_sc_get_filter preset="my-cool-preset"]

This will show the filter with the preset my-cool-preset

This shortcode can be used for showing filters at certain places you can add shortcodes too. It can even be used for installation, but if you insert the shortcode on Shop page, when browsing categories or taxonomies or any product archives, the filter will not be shown as it only set to display in the Shop page. If you add this shortcode to your wp-content/themes/your-theme/archive-product.php directly it will be shown on Shop and the Product Archives. This method can also be used as an installation for troubling themes. The code that should be inserted in the archive-product.php to get the filter follows.

<?php echo do_shortcode('[prdctfltr_sc_get_filter]'); ?>

This will show the default filter from the PHP code

<?php echo do_shortcode('[prdctfltr_sc_get_filter preset="my-cool-preset"]'); ?>

This will show the filter with the preset my-cool-preset

3.3 Product Filter and WooCommerce shortcodes

Since Product Filter version 6.4.0, you are now able to use Product Filter with all the WooCommerce standard shortcodes that produce product loops. Now each and every WooCommerce shortcode that shows products can be extended with the Product Filter. If you use Visual Composer WooCommerce Shortcodes, Product Filter parameters will be added for the most easiest use. On top filters and widget filters can be combined or used separately.

Very Important - WooCommerce Shortcodes and Pagination

Due to the recent changes, since WooCommerce version 3.2.4 and Product Filter version 6.5.0, you're able to use Product Filter's pagination parameter to WooCommerce shortcodes, with following values: yes, no, infinite and loadmore.

WooCommerce shortcodes do not support pagination by default. To enable pagination in WooCommerce shortcodes use this plugin Shortcode Pagination for WooCommerce. If you use a good theme all functions will be available, AJAX too! However if something is wrong, we do not support this plugin as it is not ours. Thanks!

Visual Composer WooCommerce Shortcode Element Product Filter Extensions

3.3.1 [products]

The products shortcode is one of our WooCommerce's most robust shortcodes, which can and should replace various other shortcodes used in earlier versions of WooCommerce.

Parameter Description
limit="20" The number of products to display. Defaults to display all (-1).
columns="4" The number of columns to show on the page. Default value is 4.
orderby="" Order products by method. Available parameters setting are date, author, title, menu_order...
order="" Order products ascendic or descendic. Available parameters settings are ASC and DECS accordingly
ids="" Comma separated list of product IDs to show. See example below.
skus="" Comma separated list of product IDs to show. See example below.
prdctfltr="yes" When used, product filter will be used. PF will be shown on top of the shortcode. Possible options prdctfltr="yes", prdctfltr="widget", prdctfltr="no". When set to widget shortcode will work with the PF widget.
preset="" Preset slug to override the default filter setup.
pagination="yes" Set pagination. Accepted arguments yes, no, loadmore, infinite Load more and inifinite paginations need ajax="yes" to work!.
ajax="yes" Use AJAX load on current shortcode.

Products Shortcode Example:

[products per_page="12" prdctfltr="yes"]

[products skus="12" orderby="date" order="desc" prdctfltr="yes" ajax="yes"]

For the complete list of parameters you can use, please refer to WooCommerce Documentation.

3.3.2 [recent_products]

Lists recent products – useful on the homepage. The ‘per_page’ parameter determines the number of products to be shown on the page, while the columns parameter controls how many columns wide the products should be before wrapping.

Parameter Description
per_page="12" Number of products shown per page. Default value is 12.
columns="4" The number of columns to show on the page. Default value is 4.
orderby="" Order products by method. Available parameters setting are date, author, title, menu_order...
order="" Order products ascendic or descendic. Available parameters settings are ASC and DECS accordingly
category="" Product category slugs. For multiple terms please separate your slugs with comma ( e.g. product_cat="my-cat,my-cat-2" )
operator="in" Possible values are IN, NOT IN, AND.
prdctfltr="yes" When used, product filter will be used. PF will be shown on top of the shortcode. Possible options prdctfltr="yes", prdctfltr="widget", prdctfltr="no". When set to widget shortcode will work with the PF widget.
preset="" Preset slug to override the default filter setup.
pagination="yes" Set pagination. Accepted arguments yes, no, loadmore, infinite Load more and inifinite paginations need ajax="yes" to work!.
ajax="yes" Use AJAX load on current shortcode.

Recent Products Shortcode Example:

[recent_products columns="3" prdctfltr="yes" ajax="yes"]

3.3.3 [featured_products]

Works the same as recent products but displays products that have been set as “featured.” In this example, the shortcode is saying: Show 12 featured products in 4 columns.

Parameter Description
per_page="12" Number of products shown per page. Default value is 12.
columns="4" The number of columns to show on the page. Default value is 4.
orderby="" Order products by method. Available parameters setting are date, author, title, menu_order...
order="" Order products ascendic or descendic. Available parameters settings are ASC and DECS accordingly
category="" Product category slugs. For multiple terms please separate your slugs with comma ( e.g. product_cat="my-cat,my-cat-2" )
operator="in" Possible values are IN, NOT IN, AND.
prdctfltr="yes" When used, product filter will be used. PF will be shown on top of the shortcode. Possible options prdctfltr="yes", prdctfltr="widget", prdctfltr="no". When set to widget shortcode will work with the PF widget.
preset="" Preset slug to override the default filter setup.
pagination="yes" Set pagination. Accepted arguments yes, no, loadmore, infinite Load more and inifinite paginations need ajax="yes" to work!.
ajax="yes" Use AJAX load on current shortcode.

Featured Products Shortcode Example:

[featured_products per_page="12" columns="4" prdctfltr="yes" ajax="yes"]

3.3.4 [product_category]

Show multiple products in a category by category slug. Accepts multiple slugs separated with comma.

Parameter Description
per_page="12" Number of products shown per page. Default value is 12.
columns="4" The number of columns to show on the page. Default value is 4.
orderby="" Order products by method. Available parameters setting are date, author, title, menu_order...
order="" Order products ascendic or descendic. Available parameters settings are ASC and DECS accordingly
category="" Product category slugs. For multiple terms please separate your slugs with comma ( e.g. product_cat="my-cat,my-cat-2" )
operator="in" Possible values are IN, NOT IN, AND.
prdctfltr="yes" When used, product filter will be used. PF will be shown on top of the shortcode. Possible options prdctfltr="yes", prdctfltr="widget", prdctfltr="no". When set to widget shortcode will work with the PF widget.
preset="" Preset slug to override the default filter setup.
pagination="yes" Set pagination. Accepted arguments yes, no, loadmore, infinite Load more and inifinite paginations need ajax="yes" to work!.
ajax="yes" Use AJAX load on current shortcode.

Product Category Shortcode Example:

[product_category per_page="12" columns="4" prdctfltr="yes" ajax="no"]

3.3.5 [sale_products]

Lists all the products on sale.

Parameter Description
per_page="12" Number of products shown per page. Default value is 12.
columns="4" The number of columns to show on the page. Default value is 4.
orderby="" Order products by method. Available parameters setting are date, author, title, menu_order...
order="" Order products ascendic or descendic. Available parameters settings are ASC and DECS accordingly
category="" Product category slugs. For multiple terms please separate your slugs with comma ( e.g. product_cat="my-cat,my-cat-2" )
operator="in" Possible values are IN, NOT IN, AND.
prdctfltr="yes" When used, product filter will be used. PF will be shown on top of the shortcode. Possible options prdctfltr="yes", prdctfltr="widget", prdctfltr="no". When set to widget shortcode will work with the PF widget.
preset="" Preset slug to override the default filter setup.
pagination="yes" Set pagination. Accepted arguments yes, no, loadmore, infinite Load more and inifinite paginations need ajax="yes" to work!.
ajax="yes" Use AJAX load on current shortcode.

Sale Products Shortcode Example:

[sale_products per_page="9" prdctfltr="yes" ]

3.3.6 [top_rated_products]

Lists top-rated products on sale.

Parameter Description
per_page="12" Number of products shown per page. Default value is 12.
columns="4" The number of columns to show on the page. Default value is 4.
orderby="" Order products by method. Available parameters setting are date, author, title, menu_order...
order="" Order products ascendic or descendic. Available parameters settings are ASC and DECS accordingly
category="" Product category slugs. For multiple terms please separate your slugs with comma ( e.g. product_cat="my-cat,my-cat-2" )
operator="in" Possible values are IN, NOT IN, AND.
prdctfltr="yes" When used, product filter will be used. PF will be shown on top of the shortcode. Possible options prdctfltr="yes", prdctfltr="widget", prdctfltr="no". When set to widget shortcode will work with the PF widget.
preset="" Preset slug to override the default filter setup.
pagination="yes" Set pagination. Accepted arguments yes, no, loadmore, infinite Load more and inifinite paginations need ajax="yes" to work!.
ajax="yes" Use AJAX load on current shortcode.

Top Rated Products Shortcode Example:

[top_rated_products per_page="9" prdctfltr="yes" ajax="no"]

3.3.7 [product_attribute]

List products with an attribute shortcode.

Parameter Description
per_page="12" Number of products shown per page. Default value is 12.
columns="4" The number of columns to show on the page. Default value is 4.
orderby="" Order products by method. Available parameters setting are date, author, title, menu_order...
order="" Order products ascendic or descendic. Available parameters settings are ASC and DECS accordingly
attribute="" An attribute slug used to filter product by.
filter="" Attribute value that products must have assigned to them in order to be shown.
prdctfltr="yes" When used, product filter will be used. PF will be shown on top of the shortcode. Possible options prdctfltr="yes", prdctfltr="widget", prdctfltr="no". When set to widget shortcode will work with the PF widget.
preset="" Preset slug to override the default filter setup.
pagination="yes" Set pagination. Accepted arguments yes, no, loadmore, infinite Load more and inifinite paginations need ajax="yes" to work!.
ajax="yes" Use AJAX load on current shortcode.

Product Attribute Shortcode Example:

[product_attribute attribute="color" filter="blue" prdctfltr="yes"]

3.3.8 [best_selling_products]

List best-selling products.

Parameter Description
per_page="12" Number of products shown per page. Default value is 12.
columns="4" The number of columns to show on the page. Default value is 4.
category="" Product category slugs. For multiple terms please separate your slugs with comma ( e.g. product_cat="my-cat,my-cat-2" )
operator="in" Possible values are IN, NOT IN, AND.
prdctfltr="yes" When used, product filter will be used. PF will be shown on top of the shortcode. Possible options prdctfltr="yes", prdctfltr="widget", prdctfltr="no". When set to widget shortcode will work with the PF widget.
preset="" Preset slug to override the default filter setup.
pagination="yes" Set pagination. Accepted arguments yes, no, loadmore, infinite Load more and inifinite paginations need ajax="yes" to work!.
ajax="yes" Use AJAX load on current shortcode.

Best Selling Products Shortcode Example:

[best_selling_products per_page="8" prdctfltr="yes"]

4. Widget - Product Filter for WooCommerce

Filtering widgets for all sidebars!

4.1 Basic Use in Shop/Product Archives

Filter widgets work from your directly sidebars!

Product Filter widget can be used with the Shop and the Product Prchives. If you are going to use widget version with your Shop and Product Archives make sure you selected the Use Widget in the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options tab under the Product Filter Shop/Product Archives Installation. Detailed installation instructions can be found in the Product Filter Shop/Archive Integration under the How to install? section.

Inserted widgets in sidebars are used to define the location of the Product Filter widgets. All filter settings are still set in the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter. So, at first setup your filters there and then add the + Product Filter widget to the sidebar you want. A few basic settings can be set within the widget interface and some of the styling options from the Product Filter settings page will not work as they are only reserved for the "On Top Filters".

4.2 Shortcodes and Widgets

Shortcodes can be used with widgets too!

Your product lists generated with the Product Filter shortcode can be controlled with a Product Filter widgets right from the sidebar. To setup a basic page with this feature, you will need a page with a custom sidebar in which you will add the + Product Filter widget and a shortcode in the page content. The shortcode sample follows:

[prdctfltr_sc_products use_filter="no"]

The parameter use_filter="no" disables the filter in the shortcode, meaning that it will only output the products list. This list can now be filtered with the Product Filter widget.

4.3 AJAX and Widgets

Widgets work great with the AJAX function!

Product Filter widgets can also be used with the AJAX function. If used with Shop and Product Archives, widgets can use AJAX by simply checking the Use AJAX On Product Archives setting in the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Advanced Settings. Also AJAX settings need to be set. For detailed instruction on this you need to read the Product Filter Shop/Archive Integration under the How to install? section. If AJAX is setup properly your widgets will be able to filter the products on Shop and Product Archive pages.

If you want to use AJAX widgets with the shortcode, at first create a page with the + Product Filter widget, then add your shortcode in the page and add the parameter ajax="yes" to it. The sample code follows.

[prdctfltr_sc_products use_filter="no" ajax="yes"]

5. FAQ and How to?

The most fun section for sure! Tips and tricks that will get you places!

5.1 Product Filter short guidelines and begginers tips

To use a filter properly follow these steps.

  • Read this article! https://community.envato.com/utilize-product-filter-specific-ecommerce-niches/
  • Register your product to get free automatic updates!
  • Use product attributes to sort out your products by all kinds of terms. Do not put everything in categories or in tags otherwise you will have issues! Read here how to organize your Shop https://community.envato.com/utilize-product-filter-specific-ecommerce-niches/
  • Add as many filters as you need for your pages! They will work together!
  • Use Filter Overrides option to create overrides for your filters. This option will allow you to setup different filters layouts throughout your shop.
  • Use quality themes that support the filter!
  • Use filter style customizations and create awesome looking filters, just use the paint bucket tool!
  • Filter Overrides in multi select mode will always return the first active category override.
  • If your theme does not support the default WooCommerce templates and therefore the product archives filter is not initiated or you have troubles installing the filter, try using the widget filter instead. You will get the same results from the sidebar. Check the manual for installing the Product Filter on certain templates or request a specific theme installation guide.
  • Your variable products, when using the attribute filters, will be sorted by the assigned attributes, not your variations. Try to organize your attributes in the best possible manner.

Q: What is Adoptive Filtering?

Adoptive Filtering will filter your terms as well as the products. This means that terms that are not associated with the product results will be hidden. In each preest in the General Settings adoptive filtering can be set. The adoptive settings are explained in the Settings Section. Basically you will set when it is active, if it is always active then these queries will be run everytime the filter is shown. This can be also setup to show only on filters or taxonomies and filers for optimization purposes. Adoptive Filtering Dependencies are used to limit on which active filters this method will be initiated. Note that this option isn't meant for selecting all the filters you want to be adapted by Adoptive Filtering - you should do that in each filter's settings, individually, by ticking Use Adoptive checkbox. One common mistake people often make is to select everything, which in turn will render Adoptive Filtering unusable. If you are using product categories permalinks and you just want the terms shown in the filter to be associated with the category permalink you are visiting, then you can set the dependencies to the product categoires (product_cat). If you are using brands or other taxonomies you can also set its dependencies to that taxonomy, meaning pa_brands or similar. Terms can also be either hidden or shown, clickable or not.

Q: I want to create Step Filters! How do I do it?

This is really simple. Create a custom preset and save it. Now, on demo pages usually columns are set to 1 to look more form like, but you can choose any options and settings for your filter. In our demos we have used Adoptive Filtering to show when some terms are available and when not, you can do this too. Once this is all done go to your page and where you want to output this filter use the following code:

[prdctfltr_sc_products preset="your-preset-name" action="https://your-url.com/page-to-show-results" show_products="no" ajax="yes"]

On this page everything will be automatic. Now we need to setup a page to receive the filtering data. For this you can use your Shop page or the regular page with the Product Filter shortcode. So, if you want the Shop page, in your step filter shortcode the parameter action should be set this way action="https://yout-url.com/your-shop-page". If you do not want to use Shop page you can use any regular page, but it need to have the Product Filter shortcode which will pick up the filtering data. There are no special options for this shortcode, use as an ordinary shortcode, the filter will be processed accordingly. Widgets are also supported.

Q: Clear All button does not do what it should. How to set it up?

The new version (5.8.3) of the Product Filter for WooCommerce changed things a bit. Now you have a option in your WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options called Clear All Action. Filters will appear in the select field. Select which filters will not be cleared by the Clear All button. Usually, either categories or your brands will be selected here, but you can also disable Clear All on sort by filters or similar. Use CTRL+Click to select multiple filters that will not be affected or to deselect them. When none of the filters are selected the Clear All button will clear all the filters, meaning usually it will redirect to the Shop page.

Q: Output Product Filter element anywhere?

For use in custom themes, for custom Product Filter outputs in theme templates, for professionals, or just bad themes that dont follow the WooCommerce template defaults. Use this code to insert the Product Filter in any template.

 <?php do_action('prdctfltr_output'); ?>

But if you want to add a certain preset you will need to use the shortcode. The code follows.

 <?php echo do_shortcode('[prdctfltr_sc_products preset="my-cool-preset"]'); ?>

Basically this will execute the shorcode for showing only the filter. For more on this shortcode you can read in the [prdctfltr_sc_get_filter] - Show Filters section.

Q: Create custom action filter (FORM URL ACTION="")?

To create a custom action filter, meaning that a filter will redirect on another page when filtered you will need to create a page with the following shortcode:

[prdctfltr_sc_products show_products="no" action="https://mihajlovicnenad.com/product-filter/creative/shop/"]

The target action page can be either your shop page, product archive pages or a page containing a Product Filter shortcode with the following parameters:

[prdctfltr_sc_products use_filter="no"]

In the action trigger page we set that we do not want to show products but only filter, and we set the action="https://mihajlovicnenad.com/product-filter/creative/shop/", which sets the filter to redirect to that URL when filtering. On the page we are receiving filtering data by settings the parameter use_filter="no" we will skip the Product Filter and show only filtered products.

Q: I want filter on certain categories only! How can I do this?

The new Product Filter 5.3.9 introduced Product Filter Restriction options. Navigate to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Product Filter Overrides and Restrictions and in the Show Filter On Categories setting select the categories you want the filter to appear. Use CTRL+Click to select or deselect all categories. If you want to further disable the filter on Shop page the option can be found inWooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options under the Enable/Disable Shop Page Product Filter setting.

Q: Create AJAX widget filters with the shortcode?

In order to create an AJAX widget filter with the shortcode follow these steps. PLEASE NOTE This is not how you create AJAX filtering on your Shop and Product Archive pages! For this read the Product Filter Shop/Archive Integration under the How to install? section!

Step 1 - Create a page with the + Product Filter widget in the sidebar

Step 2 - Add the following shortcode to your page:

[prdctfltr_sc_products use_filter="no" ajax="yes"]

This will automatically link widget to the AJAX shortcode.

Q: Create different filter presets for specific categories?

The Product Filter for WooCommerce plugin lets you use different filters for each of your product categories or sub-categories, or even tags and characteristics. To do this you need to create filter presets and use overrides, all done on the plugin settings page.

First create a filter preset you want to use on your categories. You can set any options you want for your preset. Set simple names for your presets (like "men-jackets", "women-shoes", etc.). Now, go to the Filter Overrides tab where you will see two drop downs, one for all of the categories in your Shop and one for your saved filter presets. Choose a category and the filter preset which you want to use on that category and click on the Add Override button. If you set an override for a category and not for its sub-categories, the sub-categories filter will show the parent filter preset. For custom pages, you can use the shortcode with the preset="preset-name" parameter to display a specific filter preset on that custom page. If you want to disable overrides in your shortcode just use the disable_overrides="yes" parameter.

Q: Set up correlated advanced filters of the same taxonomy type?

One of the amazing features of the Product Filter for WooCommerce, the Advanced Filter, lets you filter through all of your product taxonomies, including custom ones and you can add an unlimited number of Advanced Filters in your filter presets, but this is not all it does. The Advanced Filters can also communicate with one another in order to let you set them up to be in a IN or AND relation.

To do this, add two Advanced Filters in the Filter Manager section, select same taxonomy and its terms you want to filter with them, check the Multi Select and set their Multi Select Relation to AND. Now, if both Advanced Filters are set to use the same Multi Select Relation they will work in unison with each other, meaning they will show product who have both of the filtered Advanced Filter taxonomy terms. Of course this is only when you are using multiple Advanced Filters of the same taxonomy type and it is not needed for simpler filters which can be set with basic settings.

Q: Translating Product Filter, WPML, qTranslate?

Product Filter for WooCommerce supports translations and WPML Multilingual CMS plugin for WordPress. Plugin is localized in German, French, Spanish, Italian and Dutch language, files for the UK and US versions are also included. Translations will be automatically pulled from the /wp-content/plugins/prdctfltr/lang/ for these languages. Before the /lang/ directory is checked, plugin will also check the /wp-content/languages/plugins/ directory for language files. If you want to alter any strings or just override with your translations you can copy the files from the /lang/ directory to it and change needed strings. Using this plugin managing multilingual sites is easy. Before starting this procces make sure you have the WPML software installed on your WordPress installation. More on WPML ( WordPress Multilingual ) see at this link https://wpml.org/. Not only WPML is supported, you can use qTranslate too and similar software.

Translation files for the Product Filter for WooCommerce are in the /translations/ folder in the full plugin archive you have downloaded from https://codecanyon.net. Here you can also find the default .POT language file from which you can make your own translation files. Translation files can also be found in the plugin folder /lang/. From this folder plugin reads the already localized languages. If your language does not exists in this folder follow the steps to translate the plugin in your language.Use Poedit to update and translate the files.

  • 1. Get Poedit App. https://poedit.net/download
  • 2. Run Poedit. Navigate File>New catalog from POT file. Fill in the basic fields, set your country, language.
  • 3. Translate the strings by clicking on a sentance and filling in the textarea bellow. If strange characters accure like %1$d, just ignore them and make a translation in between including these strange characters.
  • 4. Save your file as prdctfltr-**LANGUAGE**.po **LANGUAGE** represents your language code. For instance if you're translating to Italian your language code is it_IT and the file name should be prdctfltr-it_IT.po ( language codes: de_DE (Germany), fr_FR (France) etc.)
  • 5. Upload the .po and the .mo file generated by Poedit to your WordPress installation in the /wp-content/languages/plugins/ folder If the folder does not exists create one.
  • *** If you have already translated the file with the previous Product Filter version, copy the .po file in your unzipped local copy of Product Filter in the /lang/ folder (if it doesn't exsist just create one) and rescan the plugin for new and merging strings. Use poEdit to do this!

WooCommerce Product Filter - WPML Guide


Important notice! - WooCommerce Product Filter 6.4.0, 6.3.0 and WPML!

Recent Product Filter releases were not so friendly with the latest WPML plugins. PF 6.4.0, 6.3.0 changes all of that! Now you can save option for each language individually. Use the WP Admin Bar WPML language switcher change languages. Save as default or as preset filter and PF will do the rest. WooCommerce Multilingual Multi Currency is back in support! Now even better, prices are adjusted in URLs too!!

Make sure you have the following software installed before continue: WordPress, WooCommerce, WPML, WooCommerce Multilingual and the Product Filter for WooCommerce.

First steps are to have a functional site in one language, then start with the translations. Install WPML and WooCommerce Multilingual. For step by step instructions on translating your shop with these two plugins please visit this link https://wpml.org/documentation/related-projects/woocommerce-multilingual/.

WPML and the WooCommerce Product filter support one another and the full plugin translation is quite easy to achieve. If you have followed all previous steps and made your site multilingual then just a few special translations for the Product Filter for WooCommerce need to be added. Just follow these guidelines to achieve the full translation.

  • Product Filter for WooCommere 6.3.0 supports WPML Admin Bar Language Switcher. Whenever you want to translate something or change the filters for a language other than default, you will firstly need to switch a language using WPML Admin Bar Language Switcher. Then edit options you want or just translate some strings and click Save as Default. PF will automatically save options for the selected language. Now, when you browse your Shop viewed in another language PF will show corresponding options. This works with presets too. Make a preset for the default language. Change the default language using the WPML Admin Bar Language Switcher, select your preset and click Load Preset. Now, when you finish editing preset options, click Save as Preset. PF will automatically generate a preset variation for that language that will be displayed when browsing filters with this preset assigned. This preset will not be visible in the Presets select box. If you want to edit the preset for a certain language, just make sure you have selected it from the WPML Admin Bar Language Switcher. PF will do the rest.
  • When dealing with customizations (Paint Bucket Tool) make sure you use separate customization keys for each language. When removing a key, to make a new customization for a certain language, firstly click OK to remove, but then click Cancel, not to remove the key from database, as it is used with the default language preset. When you do this, click the Paint Bucket tool and setup the cusotmization for particular language.
  • WooCommerce Multilingual Multi Currency is supported. At the moment, all settings related to prices are set in the default currency. So, you will setup price filter or the range price filter options as you are setting them by the default currency. On the frontend when customer uses the language switcher, or if you have certain currencies set as default for some languages and when language switcher is used, prices will be converted as expected.

Follow these guides and enjoy WPML - WordPress Multilingual plugin. Thanks for using the WPML and the Product Filter for WooCommerce!

Q: Add content before or after Product Filter (actions and hooks)?

Sometimes you will want to add some content before the Product Filter. To do this use the code that follows and add it to your Child Theme functions.php file:

<?php
	filter_add_content_before_39gr92ufbvkjsadbf98( $options, $active_filters ) {
		echo '<span class="my-class">This text will be added before the Product Filter!</span>';
	}
	add_action( 'prdctfltr_filter_before', 'filter_add_content_before_39gr92ufbvkjsadbf98' );
?>

Sometimes you will want to add some content after the Product Filter. To do this use the code that follows and add it to your Child Theme functions.php file:

<?php
	filter_add_content_before_19asc12355w98( $options, $active_filters ) {
		echo '<span class="my-class">This text will be added after the Product Filter!</span>';
	}
	add_action( 'prdctfltr_filter_after', 'filter_add_content_before_19asc12355w98' );
?>

Sometimes you will want to add some content before the Product Filter but only if the user has selected my-custom-category. To do this use the code that follows and add it to your Child Theme functions.php file:

<?php
	filter_add_content_before_125gsddsfjs( $options, $active_filters ) {
		if ( $active_filters['product_cat'] && is_array( $active_filters['product_cat'] ) && in_array( 'my-custom-category', $active_filters['product_cat'] ) ) {
			echo '<span class="my-class">This text will be added before the Product Filter only when filtering category with a slug name my-custom-category!</span>';
		}
	}
	add_action( 'prdctfltr_filter_before', 'filter_add_content_before_125gsddsfjs' );
?>

Q: Change None text to any?

Sometimes you will want to change the None text to some other text like All or similar. To do this use the code that follows and add it to your Child Theme functions.php file:

<?php
	function change_none_text_sogja9h48hg() {
		return 'My text';
	}
	add_action( 'prdctfltr_none_text', 'change_none_text_sogja9h48hg' );
?>

Q: Improve filters with custom CSS styles/sprites?

  1. I am using the Checkbox Style for the checkoxes and I just want to change the color of the checked sign icon. How can I do this?

    Use the following CSS code in your custom CSS theme option and enter a color code e.g. #0f0

  2. #prdctfltr_woocommerce.prdctfltr_checkbox .prdctfltr_filter label.prdctfltr_active > span:after {color:#0f0;}
  3. I do not like the filer range design. Can I change colors or design?

    Note: /wp-content/plugins/prdctfltr/lib/ion.rangeSlider.css was merged with Product Filter's CSS file, and this file is minimized. You can still customize this by adding some custom CSS to your child theme's style.css file.

    In your /wp-content/plugins/prdctfltr/lib/images/ there are 3 sprite files (PNG images) for the skins. Edit these skin files and create your own filters! The HTML filter style is controlled via CSS so changing this will require changing the CSS code in the /wp-content/plugins/prdctfltr/lib/ion.rangeSlider.css CSS file.

  4. Hey, can I change the AJAX loader icon color?

    Of course, but you will need to edit the SVG icon file that is used for this. Just navigate to your /wp-content/plugins/prdctfltr/lib/images/svg-loaders/ edit your loading icon and change the #777 default color to any color you like!

<key name="wc_settings_prdctfltr_pa_color_title" />

Q: Some taxonomy archives return blank pages, what is the issue here?

If you have recently installed the plugin and you are having issues with the product archive links, the simple and quick fix would be to just navigate to your WP Dashoboard > Settings > Permalinks and resave your permalink settings. This will fix the archives as it will flush the rewrite rules.

Q: How to create one filter for handheld devices and other for desktops?

NEW GUIDE - Handheld/Mobile filtering preset switch

6.0.3+ versions have added a new feature, Mobile Preset. With this option you can easily set different presets for handheld/mobile devices. Check the options here. They are pretty simple, so just create a new preset that you want to use on handheld/mobile devices and set it using the Select Mobile Preset option to your filtering preset. Once the screen resolution hits set value from the Set Mobile Resolution option, which is in pixels, the filtering preset will switch to mobile. The new mobile filter will be shown at the same place as the original filter. If you want to combine actions and widgets please use the OLD GUIDE.

OLD GUIDE - Used if you need to combine widget and custom action filters!

To create separate filters for handheld and desktops you will need to insert the filter twice on your page. By now you are already having one filter installed in your Shop/Product Archives. We will use this one for the default desktop filter. This filter can either be added as widget or as the on top filter. The guide is a different for two types of installation. Follow your example.

  • Widget Version

    If the default widget filter is already in your sidebar and you just want it replaced by another widget filter preset when browsed with handheld devices, follow the next steps to achieve it.

    1. Create a preset that will be used on handheld devices and name it e.g. my-handheld-configuration
    2. Add one more + Product Filter widget right after your default widget filter and assign the my-handheld-configuration preset to it. Now you will have two + Product Filter widgets in your sidebar, one default and the other with my-handheld-configuration preset assigned and we will just need to adjust when to display them. You can also disable overrides for the mobile filter if you are using the on Shop/Product Archives
    3. Check the IDs that are added to the widgets. Usually these will be prdctfltr-1 and for the second widget prdctfltr-2. Use your browser inspect tool to get these IDs
    4. Add this custom CSS code to your website. You can do this either in theme options, style.css or in your child theme. The custom CSS code follows
      #prdctfltr-1 {
      	display:block;
      }
      #prdctfltr-2 {
      	display:none;
      }
      @media (max-width: 768px) {
      	#prdctfltr-1 {
      		display:none;
      	}
      	#prdctfltr-2 {
      		display:block;
      	}
      }
    5. If everything is done properly you should have the my-handheld-configuration preset filter in screen resolutions lower than 786 pixels. This is the iPad portraid standard and widely used, but you can also adjust the setting if you need to
  • Custom Action or the Template Override Method

    If the default filter is already on top of your products and you just want different filter preset on handheld devices, follow the next steps to achieve it.

    1. Create a preset that will be used on handheld devices and name it e.g. my-handheld-configuration
    2. Further actions need installing another filter in your Shop/Product Archives. This can be done quite easily if you are using a Child Theme. In your Child Theme functions.php at the end add the following code. This will insert the filter to the defined action, we will have two filters on page and we will just need to adjust when to display them
      <?php
      	function product_filter_add_1241312fsltgdkhg() {
      		echo do_shortcode( '[prdctfltr_sc_get_filter preset="my-handheld-configuration" id="prdctfltr-mobile"]' );
      	}
      	add_action( 'woocommerce_archive_description', 'product_filter_add_1241312fsltgdkhg', 51 );
      ?>
    3. Add this custom CSS code to your website. You can do this either in theme options, style.css or in your child theme. The custom CSS code follows
      .archive .prdctfltr_wc {
      	display:block;
      }
      .archive #prdctfltr-mobile .prdctfltr_wc {
      	display:none;
      }
      @media (max-width: 768px) {
      	.archive .prdctfltr_wc {
      		display:none;
      	}
      	.archive #prdctfltr-mobile .prdctfltr_wc {
      		display:block;
      	}
      }
    4. If everything is done properly you should have the my-handheld-configuration preset filter in screen resolutions lower than 786 pixels. This is the iPad portraid standard and widely used, but you can also adjust the setting if you need to

You can even combine the two methods, meaning you can use the widget version for desktops and add the custom action filter using your child theme function.php for the handheld devices. The media CSS queries will need to be adjusted, but it will all work and you can get a lot with it.

Q: How to style the look of your filters? Use the paint bucket tool!

After you load your filter preset, scroll down to the list of filters. All created filters that support this, will have an paint bucket icon to the right of the filter name, which you can click to open a customization modal window. Once open, select customization type, set your custom options for filter styles, click Save Customization, click outside of the modal window to close it, and simply save your filter preset. As of version 6.5.0, following customization types are available: Text, Color, Thumbnail, Thumbnail and Text, HTML and Select Box.

Q: I have Brands (Custom Taxonomy) and I need Filter Overrides for it. How do I do this?

Custom taxonomies, attributes like brands and such can also have overrides! Navigate to your WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options and setup the Supported Filter Overrides option. Use CTRL+Click to select overrides that you will use in your Shop. Once setup and saved newly created filter overrides will be available in the Filter Overrides and Restrictions section.

Q: How do I preselect filters on page?

Sometimes you will want to make a link to a certain page, but with the filters already selected in the Product Filter. This is easily achieved with the query parameters you can add to your page URL. Examples follow.

Product categories can be preselected with the product_cat parameter that goes in the URL. If you use , or + these will relate to OR and AND filtering.

https://my-url.com/my-page/?product_cat=my-slug
https://my-url.com/my-page/?product_cat=my-slug,my-slug-2
https://my-url.com/my-page/?product_cat=my-slug+my-slug-2

Product tags can be preselected with the product_tag parameter that goes in the URL. If you use , or + these will relate to OR and AND filtering.

https://my-url.com/my-page/?product_tag=my-slug
https://my-url.com/my-page/?product_tag=my-slug,my-slug-2
https://my-url.com/my-page/?product_tag=my-slug+my-slug-2

Product attributes can be preselected with the pa_{attribute-name} parameter that goes in the URL. Change the {attribute-name} to your attribtue slug. If you use , or + these will relate to OR and AND filtering.

https://my-url.com/my-page/?pa_my-attribute-slug=my-slug
https://my-url.com/my-page/?pa_my-attribute-slug=my-slug,my-slug-2
https://my-url.com/my-page/?pa_my-attribute-slug=my-slug+my-slug-2

Min price and max price can be preselected using the min_price and max_price.

https://my-url.com/my-page/?min_price=100
https://my-url.com/my-page/?max_price=200
https://my-url.com/my-page/?min_price=100&max_price=200

On sale filter can be preselected using the sale_products.

https://my-url.com/my-page/?sale_products=on

In stock filter can be preselected using the instock_products.

https://my-url.com/my-page/?instock_products=in
https://my-url.com/my-page/?instock_products=out
https://my-url.com/my-page/?instock_products=both

Range filters can be preselected by adding these parameters.

Prices:
https://my-url.com/my-page/?rng_min_price=100
https://my-url.com/my-page/?rng_max_price=200
https://my-url.com/my-page/?rng_min_price=100&rng_max_price=200

Taxonomies:
https://my-url.com/my-page/?rng_min_product_cat=my-slug-1&rng_max_product_cat=my-slug-2
https://my-url.com/my-page/?rng_min_pa_my-attribute-slug=my-slug-1&rng_pa_my-attribute-slug=my-slug-2

And of course you can combine all of these. So this will work too!

https://my-url.com/my-page/?product_cat=my-slug,my-slug-2&max_price=100&sale_products=on
https://my-url.com/my-page/?product_cat=my-slug,my-slug-2&product_tag=my-tag
https://my-url.com/my-page/?pa_my-attribute-slug=my-slug&instock_products=in&sale_products=on

Q: How can I add content after a certain filter (widget too)?

For this you will need to use a child theme, because we will need to hook up to an action. The example shows how to paste our HTML embed after every preset second filter.

<?php
	function product_filter_add_content_23rklasd233( $count ) {
		if ( $count == 2 ) {
		?>
			<div class="my-ad">Here is the AD :)</div>
		<?php
		}
	}
	add_action( 'prdctfltr_after_filter', 'product_filter_add_content_23rklasd233', 10, 1 );
?>

Q: Product Filter common admin side issues?

If you are having issues with saving errors, 500 error pages or similar, you should navigate to your WooCommerce > System Status to check your settings for the php_memory_limit, here is a link https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/increasing-the-wordpress-memory-limit/ and max_input_vars. If these are low and you do have a lot of options saving might fail, and much more too!

Q: I want to control some filter settings on the frontend. How?

To filter out preset options on the frontend you can use the following function. This option can be useful for translations, but it can be used for so much more.

<?php
	function product_filter_add_settings_filter_asf21233( $settings ) {
		if ( 1 == 1 /* check for something, e.g. set language */ ) {
			$settings['wc_settings_prdctfltr_cat_title'] = 'My New Categories Title!';
			$settings['wc_settings_prdctfltr_tag_title'] = 'For Tags Too!!';
		}
		return $settings;
	}
	add_filter( 'prdctfltr_get_settings', 'product_filter_add_settings_filter_asf21233', 10, 1 );
?>

Q: Problems appear with long URLs. What is the issue here?

If you use plugins like WP Security or similar that detect really long query URLs and prevent them from happening your filtering might be off and some filters might be cut off when multiple filters are used. To prevent this, just disable this option in your security plugin.

Q: Why is Adoptive Filtering hiding terms that aren't supposed to be hidden?

This can be caused by low (initial) value for the Adoptive Filtering Precision. This said, paste the following PHP code snippet into your child theme's functions.php, and if it doesn't work try gradually increasing the 4999 value until it's fixed.

				
add_filter( 'prdctfltr_adoptive_precision', my_new_adoptive_precision );
function my_new_adoptive_precision($precision) {
	return 4999;
}
				
			

NOTE: You shouldn't set this number to randomly, as, when set to too high of a value, it could reduce your shop's performance. This value should represent the number of your products, keeping in mind that each variation is actually an product in WooCommerce.

Q: My theme is using Isotope product grids, and when I activate this plugin my products are messed up?

This is just an issue of loading same libraries twice, which eventually break the site appearance. For this navigate to the WooCommerce > Settings > Product Filter > Installation and Advanced Options. The option you should set is the Disable JavaScript Libraries. This option disables loading of certain Javascript libraries that have already been initiated. Set the option as in the following screenshot.

Q: Why my option for No Product Found! override is not working?

The issue here is really your theme. It is not using the default no-products-found.php template from WooCommerce. Usually these themes hardcode the No Products Found templates and we really cannot do anything about it. Ask your theme authors for help. Thanks!

Q: How to create Meta Filters? Rating Filter, Total Sales, Dimensions, Weight, Custom Fields and More!

Meta Filters are awesome! They allow filtering by any product meta key from the wp_postmeta database table. This means that you can filter by default WooCommerce keys such as total_sales, _featured, _downloadable, _width, _length, _height, _weight, _sku, _wc_review_count, _wc_average_rating. Custom meta keys created by third party plugins or users can also be used for filtering. To learn how to make Meta Filter check the samples! To start click the Add meta filter + icon. Filter settings will appear, set them as shown in samples. Cogs Wheel icon is used to set the filtering terms (meta values). Once you set the filtering options, click the Cogs Wheel icon and set filtering terms (meta values). Meta Filters support styling, use the Paint Bucket tool, and multiple selection.

Average Rating Filter

General Meta Filter settings for the Average Rating Filter

Using Cogs Wheel icon set these filtering terms (meta values)

Total Sales Filter

General Meta Filter settings for the Total Sales Filter

Using Cogs Wheel icon set these filtering terms (meta values)

Weight Filter

General Meta Filter settings for the Weight Filter. Similar Dimension Filters can be created

Using Cogs Wheel icon set these filtering terms (meta values)

Custom Meta Key Filter

General Meta Filter settings for any custom meta key filter. This will be the most common setup for your custom meta keys. Set your Key and filtering terms using Cogs Wheel icon as your custom values

Using Cogs Wheel icon set these filtering terms (meta values)

Q: Meta Filters generate mta_ prefix in Meta Filter URLs, can I change those?

Yes, of course. Use the following filter in your child theme functions.php.

<?php
	function product_filter_change_meta_prefix_23oiht( $prefix ) {
		return 'my_cool_prefix_';
	}
	add_filter( 'prdctfltr_meta_key_prefix', 'product_filter_change_meta_prefix_23oiht', 10, 1 );
?>

Q: Meta Filters with BETWEEN compare need two values right? Does this also support multiselect?

Meta Filters with BETWEEN compare method need two values. To insert comparable between value use the - separator. Here are some samples. Multi select is also supported in all filters. So, you can use it even in BETWEEN mode.

  • 0-100 and type NUMERICAL will search between 0 and 100
  • 500-1000 and type NUMERICAL will search between 5 and 1000

If you use values that have the - parameter, but this in only important with the BETWEEN method, you can add a filter to this separator and change it to whatever you like to eliminate conflicts. Use the following code in your child theme functions.php.

<?php
	function product_filter_change_between_separator_21vasa2wr2( $separator ) {
		return '-SEP-';
	}
	add_filter( 'prdctfltr_meta_key_between_separator', 'product_filter_change_between_separator_21vasa2wr2', 10, 1 );
?>

Q: What is AJAX Failsafe and how to use it in your advantage?

This option is introduced in the 5.9.0 filter. It is used to control when to trigger the AJAX functions. Usually if something is messed up the wrppers needed for the AJAX functions are not present on page. By default the Product Filter will check for the products wrapper and a product to make an AJAX call, but this can be extended and pagination wrapper. This setting can be set in the Installation and Advanced Options. Usually the default settings will work as expected, but on some themes with complex paginations (more than one per page) it is advisable to check for pagination in the AJAX Failsafe setting.

Q: How do I set that upon filter selection change all other filters are reset?

6.0.7 update added the option Selection Change Reset for taxonomy filters. By selecting this option for any taxonomy filter, once the selection is made in it, all other filters will be reset.

Q: How to show only instock products on shop/archive pages?

Navigage WooCommerce > Settings > Products, click the Inventory tab. Near the bottom of the page you can see the "Hide out of stock items from the catalog" option. If checked, out of stock products will be hidden in Shop.

Q: How to remove Uncategorized from Shop and filters?

Use this snippet to remove Uncategorized category from WooCommerce Shop and filters. To see how to find out which number is your Uncategorized category ID, follow this link https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/find-product-category-ids/

<?php
	function remove_uncategorized_209hgkdfnnlpp( $categories ) {
		$categories[] = 76; /* ID of the Uncategorized category in your Shop */

		return categories;
	}
	add_filter( 'prdctfltr_exclude_categories', 'remove_uncategorized_209hgkdfnnlpp', 10, 1 );
?>

Q: Does the Product Filter support currency switcher plugins?

We had some issues, but from the 5.9.0 version WPML WooCommerce Multilingual Currency Switcher and the Woof Currency Switcher are fully tested and supported in all Product Filter functions.

Q: I want more control over my WooCommerce Sidebars! What can I do?

To get more control over your WooCommerce sidebars, like sidebars on single product pages, some categories or similar just use this plugin WooSidebars. However, we do not support this plugin as it is not ours. Thanks!

Q: Extending WooCommerce Search?

You can extend WooCommerce search functions with this plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/woo-search-by-product-sku/ that does it especially for SKU. We do follow these search rules, but didn't want to get involved as there are too many solutions for this. Like, you can also do it programatically like shown here https://iconicwp.com/blog/add-product-sku-woocommerce-search/

6. Support?

If something goes wrong check this section. Contact the support and we will help!

6.1 Where to get support?

If everything else fails you can surely get support!

If you need help, navigate here → Support Pages (https://mihajlovicnenad.com/support/). With every purchase, 6 months of Premium Support is included. To login to Premium Support click the Connect with Envato button. If you need to discuss something with the community use the Community Forum. Using these channels you can open tickets or topics, report problems with plugins, bugs and track important inofrmation too. Be a part of this community and join today! Thanks!

6.2 Plugin author and contact / Mihajlovicnenad.com

Hard work and dedication stand behind the Product Filter for WooCommerce!

Product Filter for WooCommerce was developed by Mihajlovicnenad.com!

6.3 Older Announcements and Change Logs

If you have missed some of these, please check now as it might be useful!

Product Filter for WooCommerce Change Log

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