If you visit here – https://instylr.com/merchant/urban-celebrity
And filter for example via brand on the left – https://instylr.com/filter/urban-celebrity/11-degrees/
This should filter the brand 11 Degrees within the Urban Celebrity archive, however it loads up 11 Degrees across the whole site, so any merchant that sells the brand 11 Degrees is brought up and displayed in the results.
It also occurs here https://instylr.com/filter/asos/adidas/.
I’d love to have the option to add a filter by brand (with SEO-friendly URLs). At this moment, this is possible if we’re using an attribute as Brand.
The archive pages for attributes are not very customizable, thus I’d like to use an add-on for brands. I prefer Perfect WooCommerce Brands, but I’d be happy with compatibility with any of the following plugins:
1) Perfect WooCommerce Brands – https://wordpress.org/plugins/perfect-woocommerce-brands/
2) WooCommerce Brands – https://woocommerce.com/products/brands/
3)YITH WooCommerce Brands Add-on – https://yithemes.com/themes/plugins/yith-woocommerce-brands-add-on/
Would be nice to have an option to choose some attributes that could be added below the price on the archive page.
These links would be standard hyperlinks with spans so that the end user can style them at will using CSS.
div -> span (attributename) -> a (attributevalue)
The hyperlink would actually filter the current view to show only ‘Adidas’, or if on product detail page it would go to /filter/adidas/
This could quite easily use the same format in the admin pages as the ‘canonical attributes’ section.
We could optionally allow users to choose where these additional attributes should be placed, although I think for v1, just below the price makes most sense:
It’s only the product archive page this needs to be added to, since the product detail pages cover this in whatever the theme does with ‘additional information’. Most put that in a tab, some put it above the price etc.
Obviously that could be: Flavour, Store, Brand, Colour, etc etc – would be nice for users to be able to filter to similar items right down at the product level.
The FWW filter ajax title for browser bar really doing the job but I also need user to know where they are going when filtering some option on the shop page. I should reload page to make the output showing.
It would be out of this world if you could add functionality to update the Woocommerce pricing with some rules. If it goes on another site cheaper than my site don’t change, or if it goes below 5% dont change it.
Also raise the price up to £0.05p under my competitor, these types of functions would be minted.
A widget above the Product Tabs on Single Product Page similar to these https://gamesonline.direct/2016/07/29/road-trip-my-last-weekend-memories/
If you could get these i would commit to buying the plugin.
How to make the categories title stay from Yoast SEO? I have a unique title for each category, when used FWW it changes to the generated title. How to make the generation of the title only when choosing a filter (category + attribute)? This is very important for search engines. Thanks.
A customer has found a site with ‘Im under attack’ mode enabled.
We should still be able to scrape these pages – except when a captcha is requested – although even then, it would be useful to be able to display the captcha to the admin and ask them to enter it to re-enable scraping from their server.
The library to use to perform the bypass would be this:
This service will have to be enabled through our own Phantom JS scraping service.
An additional check should be added to the start of any scraping session to check for cloudflare protection and then use the library.
The process is pretty much:
1. Check if cloudflare protection exists
2. Use the cloudflare-bypass library
3. Store the cookies for this target site for this source IP
4. When scraping after that, append the cookies to the cURL request (along with any other cookies specified by user in normal way) so that all requests bypass the protection page.
5. If cookies fail, re-run the cloudflare-bypass library to get a fresh set of cookies for this site + server IP