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Search by Product Tag for Woocommerce

Description

The search functionality in woocommerce doesn’t search by product tags by default.
This simple plugin adds this functionality to both the admin site and regular search.
You can search by multiple tags by splitting your search with a comma. For example to search for all products tagged with toys and helicopter enter into the search box: “toys, helicopter” and all products with those tags will be returned in the search.
Tested with Woocommerce 1.5.6, 2.0.7 and 2.1.5
See the Accompanying blog post for more info.

Installation

  1. Upload woocommerce-searchbyproducttag directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress 3.8.1 and woocommerce

Reviews

1,2,3,4

So hard to use, so many steps of configuration!
Download.
Install.
Activate.
Take a coffee and be happy (the hardest part).

Brilliant!

Great stuff Matty. Your plugin has made my site much more effective. Before searching for Iraq for example (on my maps site) it came up with nothing but now the maps in which Iraq appears are shown. http://www.mhmplus.com/?s=iraq&post_type=product

I tried to donate but you have’t got a button yet. Let us know when it’s ready.

Thanks

Graham

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Contributors & Developers

“Search by Product Tag for Woocommerce” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

0.3.1

  • Removing debug being printed on a query (Whoops! – that was part of the work for v0.4, respecting ordering and layered nav settings – coming soon!)

0.3

  • Bug causing duplicate search results fixed
  • Support for sites using WPML plugin
  • Tested with woocommerce 2.1.5
  • Tested with wordpress 3.8.1

0.2

  • Compatibility with Woocommerce 2.0
  • Respect visibility options on products
  • Remove duplicates from search results
  • Partial matching on tags
  • Various bug fixes reported via the accompanying blog post
  • Releasing to wordpress.org