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[Plugin: Taxonomy Drill-Down] How to help people understand what they are viewing?

  • Jasper
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    @lucydog

    I was wondering if anyone has figured out any methods for helping the end user understand what they are looking at?

    Right now I am experimenting with the drop-down version. They pick option 1 and option 2, and it displays all of the products that have both option 1 and option 2.

    It would be great to be able to display at the top of the results what options they picked again, to remind them
    “Displaying results for “Option 1” and “Option 2” “
    <results>

    Or, using the LISTS methods, from what I can tell the options selected do not change color, though my other “current items” in the widgets do take on the color that indicates they are selected.

    I am also trying the Custom Taxonomies Menu Widget which happens to be above the QMT widget and I am thinking it might be complimentary to use them together. These selections do change color, but only for the first option selected and not all.

    Any suggestions for making the search results more obvious & simple?

    Thank you for the plug in and your suggestions!

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