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  • First of all, I would like to thank you for this plugin!
    It is the best that I have found.

    Although there are some compatibility issues (or strange behaviour) with Firefox.

    I am running a Woocommerce store.
    I use WP Rocket and WOOF-WooCommerce Products Filter plugins.

    The behaviour I’ noticed is as follows:

    Mobile and Desktop
    No problem. All works well.

    – Products Category = OK
    – List products after Woof search = OK
    – Products Category = OK
    – List products after Woof search. Here is the interesting part.
    If you enter this page without previously selecting a products/page value, subsequent attempts to change number of listings per page doesn’t work. But if you enter this page after setting, in a previous step, a value for products per page other than the default, it works!

    Thank you again and I hope I’ll have a feedback from you.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Thread Starter Ilias Antonopoulos


    I think I found the reason of this erratic behaviour.
    What I forgot to mention is that we are using the Divi theme.
    Divi has a parameter that controls the number of products per page. We had this set to 20 products per page.

    While investigating the problem, I deactivated your plugin and tried 2 others.
    Both were not able to change the number of products per page.
    What ever value we choose, they were always shown 20 products.
    When I changed the theme to Twenty Twenty, both worked as expected.
    So it was Divi that was preventing them to work.

    I’ve found a function that overrides the Products Per Page setting from Divi.
    I added it to functions.php, and now your plugin as both the other 2, work without problems in Chrome and Firedox browser, both in Desktop and Mobile views.

    I found the function in this post

    Plugin Author Dima Holovnia


    Hi @elias69,

    Thank you for explanation on how to resolve the issue. We will see if we can add some walkaround for the Divi Products Per Page option.


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