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How To Fine-Tune Product Searches With WooCommerce

Generally speaking, customers are impatient – whether they shop in retail stores or online. For the latter, it is therefore extremely important that customers find their desired goods quickly. Especially shops with a large range of goods may have to do everything they can to facilitate product searches. Fortunately, you can use the fairly new Product Filters extension for WooCommerce.

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Developed by Nexter, this extension allows customers to quickly fine-tune product searches in your online shop. You can easily filter by category, attributes, price, and more without annoying page reloads.

Check out the features:

  • Quick product filtering with AJAX
  • Filter by categories, attributes, tags, taxonomies & price
  • Paginate & sort without page reloads
  • Elements include price slider, checkbox list, radio list, dropdown, color list, box list & text list
  • “Products Filter” & “Notes for Product Filters” widgets
  • Shortcodes & integration with product shortcodes
  • Adaptive filter options & product counts
  • Adaptive product thumbnails

Product Filters for WooCommerce comes with a price tag of just $79 for a single site license with free updates and support for one year. WooCommerce offers a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee.

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  • Hey,

    Love the plugin but I need to add more customization to it and I wanted to add a new field with my options and everything. It does not seem to work.

    I can hook in and add my field no worries. But I can’t seem to make the JS work with it.

    It appears in the “Add elements” panel but when I try to click it seems it does not know about this because it was not registered.

    Any ideas?

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