It would be nice to have an option in FWW plugin to add noindex tag if product loop has less products than: x.
It would be good for seo to have the ability to add custom text on the top or bottom of the page just like the description of a category, but based on the choice of filter configuration.
This way we can create better landing pages for already filtered pages of products with a specified category and/or attributes. For example, the following pages can be created: Smartphones (category) + Apple (attribute) + Gold (attribute).
And for this page the H1, title and meta description will be created automatically, but SEO text will be added manually in the admin backend based on active filters.
1) if the url is ‘/smartphones/apple/gold’ or active filters are ‘smartphones and apple and gold’ show seo text ‘description 1’
2) if the url is ‘/smartphones/samsung/white’ or active filters are ‘smartphones and samsung and white’ show seo text ‘description 2’
Would it be possible to replace all the slashes (/) after ‘filter/’ slug with hyphens (-) in FWW? It’s better for seo.
adidas official websites do it this way: https://www.adidas.co.uk/men-black-shoes
We will have:
Add an option to remove pagination and sort options per post type to avoid problems in archives.
Users want to be able to benefit from this perf boost, but restrict it to problematic areas, and keep sorting and pagination elsewhere.
See more: https://bitbucket.org/wpintense/scalability-pro/issues/1/broken-pagination-in-custom-post-type
There are still available multiple selections in a widget, even if you don’t allow multiple selections, like: filter/bacon/barbecue/
If you set this option to no: http://prntscr.com/mhv3t3 the widget output links should point just to the one attribute:
Output links in attribute widget doesn’t respect permalink ordering settings.
There are still available urls with the same content (even if you set Flavour, before Colour – http://prntscr.com/mhxoii – it’s not respected):
Titles respect that ordering, please do the same with the urls. Please DO NOT add alphabetical ordering like before as it breaks many things.
The following bugs have not been fixed in 2.07 (15th January 2019) update:
– Fixed multi-select bug where multi-select was being allowed even if disabled in widget
– Fixed ordering of taxonomies so that permalink ordering fully respected
– Fixed recently introduced bug causing minprice and maxprice to not appear in existing filters widget
FWW widget output urls should remember a search query. Currently if you search for something and then try to filter the results with the widgets they remove a search query from the url.
e.g. you are searching for a bowl:
and then filter by color:
but it should be:
Maybe it would be good if a search query appears in Existing Filters widget, so users can remove it and easily return to the archive pages – it would be great for UX reasons! Or even get popular search queries indexed by google? Let me know what you think.
In order to get as many pages of our store as possible available in the search result, we should be able to generate a number of pages with clean URL.
The plugin should automatically create a list of all possible combinations of the URLs with checkboxes near each, so we can easily exclude some of them (and option to select all) and then add the selected ones to the Sitemap, which is generated by the Yoast SEO plugin.
What should be respected:
1. Permalink ordering settings.
2. Multiple selection option (don’t add URLs with multiple selections within one attribute).
3. Don’t add non-indexable URLs to the Sitemap as this forces search engines to crawl and process these URLs. This is an unnecessary usage of crawl budget and should be avoided.
Maybe it should be connected with: https://www.wpintense.com/suggestions/seo-text-based-on-filters/, so we can add the description (seo text) below the generated URL?
Allow to remove the ‘product-category’ (or any other text for that matter) base of an URL.