Support » Plugin: Advanced Woo Search » category filter

  • I created a filter for each category.
    How can I see all products from one category?
    When selecting the filter, for example “trousers”, I want to see all trousers
    or selecting “trousers” and entering “*”…

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  • Plugin Author ILLID

    (@mihail-barinov)

    Hi,

    You are talking about pro version of the plugin with ‘Include/exclude’ feature?

    Thanks!

    Thread Starter OG-S

    (@og-s)

    Yes, I’m talking about the pro version of the plugin with include/exclude feature

    Plugin Author ILLID

    (@mihail-barinov)

    Well in the plugin settings page you need to create search filter and than in include/exclude setting type category id that you want to include to the search.

    Thread Starter OG-S

    (@og-s)

    I already created search filters for each category.

    How can my customer see all products from one category? (not only a list of products containing some letters)

    For example, if the customer is selecting the category “A”, he would see directly all products from category “A”.
    Or if the customer is selecting the category “A” and entering “*” (instead of a combinaison of letters), he would see directly all products from category “A”.

    Plugin Author ILLID

    (@mihail-barinov)

    Well it is the search plugin. So user must enter some key words ( not * but some real word ).

    Thread Starter OG-S

    (@og-s)

    Thank you … but how can he see all products from one category?
    It is not possible with your plugin?

    Thread Starter OG-S

    (@og-s)

    Hello
    How can the customer see all products from one category? Search all … Can you please give me an answer?

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