Support » Plugin: WOOF - Products Filter for WooCommerce » How do I remove URLs created by the plugin

  • Resolved Silvana Borges

    (@silvanaborges)


    Hello there!
    I had this plugin on my website for a while and months ago I removed it. But I got notified by google Search Console today of thousands URLs indexed though blocked by robots and these urls all contains ?filter. I already removed the filter attributes from the products and the WOOF tables from the database. What can I do to make sure these URLs return 404 erros?

    It seems like the plugin is still working, but it was uninstalled months ago and today I removed every trace of it from the database.

    The generated URLs contains the “or” delimiter in the parameters and mix tags, categories and filter attributes.

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  • Plugin Support mediawebster

    (@mediawebster)

    Hello

    It seems like the plugin is still working – It’s impossible

    It looks like you have links with filter parameters in your content

    Thread Starter Silvana Borges

    (@silvanaborges)

    Hi, thanks. And yes, it’s impossible because the plugin was removed some time ago. What I mean is I can still filter all content by writing the urls, just like the plugin would do. I’ll keep researching how to remove these links.
    By the way, this plugin is great, it’s just that I don’t need to filter the content anymore.

    Plugin Support mediawebster

    (@mediawebster)

    Hello

    What I mean is I can still filter all content by writing the urls – Yes. this is wordpress functionality. Taxonomy and term can be added to the GET request and this will affect the request to the database. An example: https://site.com/shop/?product_cat=music

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