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Custom attributes – displaying terms on a page

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  • CTA meaning Call To Action?

    Sorry yes.

    So bottom line, what are you trying to do? You’re trying to make a button that goes to a page of products that are defined how? Products of a certain size?

    Define what you want to do functionally, maybe there is a clearer/better way than this.

    In my shop, I have “IT”, “Automotive Technology”, and “Electronic Components” (these are in top-level navigation menu). Clicking on IT shows a page with a simple content page. On the right are three CTAs – “Services”, “Sectors”, and “Products”.

    Clicking on “Services” opens /product-category/information-technology with 3 subcategories (e.g. Computer Peripherals, Accessories, Networking). On that page, on the right there is a “Quick Find” containing a list of attributes and their terms. “Sectors” with “Retail” and “Manufacturing” as terms.

    My issue is I need to show a list of of these terms on a “Sectors” page (e.g. if you click on “Sectors” CTA) – I followed the instructions in creating taxonomy-pa_sector.php – and don’t exactly know how to access that page (as in what’s the URL?).

    Perhaps you are right, I might not be using the attributes properly?

    I am quite a newbie with Woocommerce so I am still learning! :o)

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