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AJAX products filter plugin for WooCommerce

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Filters any post types and by any criteria.

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Filter WooCommerce products by categories, attributes, products tags, products custom taxonomies and price.

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Filter products/items by price, categories, tags, taxonomy, and attributes.

What is WooCommerce Product Filters

WooCommerce Product Filters offers powerful filtering capabilities for WooCommerce-powered online stores, allowing users to refine product searches based on specified criteria and attributes. When we say "attribute," we mean features like color or size of a product. Key features of WooCommerce Product Filters may include:
  1. Filtering by Categories: Shoppers can filter products based on the categories they belong to, making it easier to find items within a particular product group.
  2. Filtering by Attributes: Customers can narrow down their search results by selecting specific attributes such as color, size, brand, price range, and more.
  3. Price Range Filters: This feature allows users to set a minimum and maximum price range, helping them find products within their budget.
  4. Custom Taxonomy Filters: Advanced filtering options can be added using custom taxonomies, which provide more flexibility in organizing products.
  5. Ajax-based Filtering: Filtering happens dynamically using Ajax, meaning customers can see the updated results without having to refresh the entire page.

Why Use WooCommerce Product Filter?

Let me illustrate the role of the WooCommerce filter through an example: If your online store sells 30 t-shirts. And a website visitor in search of a black t-shirt lands on your website. The visitor can search through all 30 t-shirts for the black t-shirt. However, it will take a long time, and the consumer may quit your website and go to another retailer that sells black t-shirts. To address this issue, including a dropdown filter that allows visitors to select the black color attribute will solve this issue. When a shopper selects the attribute the shop page will always display the black t-shirt.