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Add friendly URLs to FWW

Add friendly URLs for attributes. Can use URL rewrites to implement this and when option is selected, send users to full friendly URL.

  1. Add URL rewrites to rewrite from slug of attribute to parameterised search.
  2. Add option to backend admin screen to enable friendly URLs
  3. URL structure needs to be unique – e.g. /product-category/clothing/brand/paul-smith/. If 2 or more attribute filters (brands) are selectable, some identifier is required e.g /product-category/clothing/f/brand/paul-smith/guess/ – otherwise there could theoretically be a brand called ‘brand’ which would break things.
  4. Ensure canonical URL points to the friendly URL
  5. Add friendly URL output into widget links

Tickets: 111367

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Stop Generating Image Sizes

I am trying to download only 150×150 thumbnail images, to speed up import process. I used suggested plugin “Stop Generating Image Sizes” which works really great , but it is still generating /downloading/ default image. Is there any way to bypass that? Modify this plugin maybe? I have advertiser who have 25 MB images…sheesh…

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Woocommerce: Ajax Categories Meta-Box in Admin

For Woocommerce stores with many products and many categories, the add/edit product page takes a long time to load. For shops that deal with automotive products, the number of categories can get really big really quickly. For example, Year > Make > Model. For each year, there can be many makes, then for each make, there can be many models, and for each model, there can be many products in that model.

To speed up the load time of the product add/edit page, I’m proposing an override to the default category selector meta box. Instead of listing all the categories with nested UL of check-boxes, the box should ONLY query the top-level category and list those. When a user checks that box, it should query and load via Ajax ONLY the categories that are a direct descendant of the checked category, etc. until it gets to the bottom level. Then it saves the item in the checked categories. Does this make sense?

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Faster Woocommerce For Facebook

A very useful plugin (if possible) would be to have the ability to submit our woocommerce affiliate products to facebook for use on the facebook shop and facebook product catalogs – Right now the current available feature woocommerce for facebook max’s out our website server when syncing the products and is very slow, it would be useful to also enable facebook to pull through the external image (I think this may have been done in the new external image update)

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Allow control of brackets in product counts

A customer has requested to be able to eliminate the brackets before and after the product counts.

I would implement this using CSS – i.e. I’ll remove the ( and ) from the HTML and instead add the ( and ) using :before and :after CSS which then would give the ability to eliminate these brackets completely and/or style them at will.

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Allow dynamic/parameterised images

Rather than using CSS to control the sizes of images, some providers run timthumb or similar image sizing if parameters are passed to an image.

e.g.

http://hanwanggou.oss-cn-shanghai.aliyuncs.com/2017/07/A201602242271592361090.jpg This is the picture source file address

x-oss-process = image / resize, m_lfit, w_120, limit_1 / auto-orient, 0 This is the function of the host to process pictures, according to different values automatically handle the image size display.

As the following example:

http://hanwanggou.oss-cn-shanghai.aliyuncs.com/2017/07/A201602242271592361090.jpg?x-oss-process=image/resize,m_lfit,w_120,limit_1/auto-orient,0
http://hanwanggou.oss-cn-shanghai.aliyuncs.com/2017/07/A201602242271592361090.jpg?x-oss-process=image/resize,m_lfit,w_200,limit_1/auto-orient,0
http://hanwanggou.oss-cn-shanghai.aliyuncs.com/2017/07/A201602242271592361090.jpg?x-oss-process=image/resize,m_lfit,w_800,limit_1/auto-orient,0

An easy solution for this would be to allow users to specify different images for thumbnails vs full size images.

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Multiple Image Field Choice

One of the feeds we are uploading via datafeedr (Boohoo) has an “image” field but shows a blank coloured box, if you scroll down it shows a “thumbail” field with a massive image.

Is there anyway to get that field for that particular feed, without upsetting the rest of the feeds that upload without a hitch?

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Add Price Alerts, Price History and Cron price-checking

This is a feature I really want to see myself, but some customers have also requested something similar too now.

When a customer is using Price Comparison Pro in a particular niche, it would be particularly beneficial to their users to be able to enter their email address and receive price alerts when the price drops or rises (configurable).

This would massively increase engagement, since users would be able to receive price alerts across multiple merchants from our customers niche website. It would increase signups to their newsletter at the same time as I’d see that as an option we’d want to include (i.e include MailPoet/MailChimp integration)

Price Alerts require a cron job to check the prices on a regular, configurable basis. A customer has requested cron-based price checking, not for price alerts, but for the ability to ensure their WooCommerce ‘cheapest’ price remains up to date. I’ve given them a workaround for this at the moment, but having a cron job would be great for this.

At the same time, storing and visualising price history would enable the price alerts – e.g. showing a little graph next to the prices from each merchant – when you hover over it, it could show prices and date the price was obtained. The reason I feel this is linked/connected, is because cron underlies all of this and because seeing a changeable graph would likely initiate the user to sign up for price alerts.

For example, the Yeti Microphone which I regularly use as a demo product for Price Comparison Pro – a month ago, Amazon dropped the price down to £79. It’s back up to £99 now and still at £119 many places. A price alert from the niche website would have covered this price drop from 6 merchants.

On top of that, the benefits for my customers are large in that with price alerts, their users are then going to come back to my customers website and click through THEIR affiliate links which should significantly increase their affiliate revenue.

If anyone has any additional comments to add to this, please add them!