Support » Plugin: WooCommerce Product Filter by WooBeWoo » How to make different filters for different categories?

  • Resolved senatorman

    (@senatorman)


    Hi,

    I’ve read this topic but don’t understand it how to make different filters for different categories.

    Can you explain it again?
    I’ve tried it, but not know where i have to make these settings.

    Greetings Ed

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  • Plugin Author Nick McReynolds

    (@woobewoo)

    Hi,

    1. https://prnt.sc/ugy5p0 – This implies that you create a separate filter for each category.
    2. https://prnt.sc/ugy750 – Then insert each filter using a shortcode into the corresponding category page.

    With a large number of categories, this can take a long time, and in the future it can become difficult to change the filter configuration.

    Read my answer in your previous thread.

    Note: If you still decide to go this way, then the filters can be duplicated, while their settings will be duplicated: https://prnt.sc/ugyal9

    hi,

    I understand that i can make separate filters https://prnt.sc/ugy5p0
    I Understand that each filter has his own shortcode https://prnt.sc/ugy750

    But where can i make the relation between Filter<->Category ?

    I use a shop sitebar and put de shortcodes in an html widget and insert all shortcodes.

    like:
    [wpf-filters id=3]
    [wpf-filters id=7]
    [wpf-filters id=8]

    But this doesn’t work. The separate filters are not working together.

    i would be great that we can select specific categories by filter.

    Like:

    Display on pages >>>> Specific category

    Plugin Author Nick McReynolds

    (@woobewoo)

    i would be great that we can select specific categories by filter.

    Like:

    Display on pages >>>> Specific category

    We will add this capability.
    It will take 1-2 weeks, I will let you know when it’s ready.

    Plugin Author Nick McReynolds

    (@woobewoo)

    Hi @senatorman,

    http://prntscr.com/uiy5h2 – The “Display for specific categories” will be available with the next plugin update.

    senatorman

    (@senatorman)

    Great to hear! Good job

    senatorman

    (@senatorman)

    Thx for the update 1.3.9 and 1.3.7

    i’ve tested it, it works but not perfect for me.

    Is it possible too make one default filter for all categories.
    And only a filter for a specific category(s) may overrule the default filter?

    Plugin Author Nick McReynolds

    (@woobewoo)

    Hi,

    Please contact our internal support team.
    https://woobewoo.com/contact-us/

    And describe in more detail what exactly needs to be done, if possible with screenshots.

    senatorman

    (@senatorman)

    i have make a ticket.

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