WC Ajax Product Filter

WooCommerce Ajax Product Filter – is a plugin that allows you to filter your products easily by categories, attributes, prices, and post metas. You can sort products, and navigate to the next and previous pages without reloading the page.

Advanced product filtering: Beyond what any filtering plugin offers!

Attribute Swatches

Show the product attribute swatches as colors, images, and labels to help users choose.

Categories

Show the filters in different list styles such as checkbox, radio, select, and multi-select.

Price

Let users filter products with custom price ranges or use a slider.

Rating

Let users narrow down the product list by choosing the highly-rated products only.

Post Meta

This enables to use meta data for filtering products. You are able to create the filters according to the value types such as text, number, or date.

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FREE PRO
Filter by Category, Tag, Attribute, Price, Rating, Featured, On Sale
Filter by Custom Taxonomy, Post Meta, Author, Date, Modified
Custom sorting filter for products
Products per page filter
Display the active filters
Reset filters button
Display filter values using checkbox, radio, select, multi select, label
Display the filter values using color, image
Display categories as hierarchical tree
Option to enable/disable accordion in hierarchy tree
Display the price ranges using checkbox, radio, select, multi-select, label
Use term slug as the filter value
Option to include/exclude terms, show only child terms
Choose the ordering of terms
Display filters in accordion
Clear filter button in filter title
Hide the filter items using the 'Show more' and 'Show less' buttons

Pricing Plan

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Personal

$49 $39/year

  • 1 Domain License
  • 1 Year of Support
  • 1 Year of Updates
  • All Pro Features

Agency

$199 $159/year

  • Unlimited Domain License
  • 1 Year of Support
  • 1 Year of Updates
  • All Pro Features

FAQ

How do I create a filter?

Once the plugin is activated, go to WCAPF > Add New from WordPress admin. Chose a filter from the available filters, give a unique filter key, configure the filter settings and publish the filter.

How do I display the filters to the store?

The filters can be displayed using both shortcode and widget. The shortcode is [wcapf_filter id="*"], where id is the filter post id.

Why does the filter not working?

If you have problems with the work of the plugin you should follow these steps:

  • Ensure that WordPress and WooCommerce versions are met the plugin’s minimum required versions.
  • Test the plugin with a default WordPress theme. If the plugin works with the default themes then the issue is coming from the theme that you are using.
  • Deactivate all your plugins and then re-activate them one by one, checking your site for the problem after each reactivation.

Screenshots

See some screenshots of the filters backend, or check out the demo.