FWW is not compatible with search queries


  1. Dave H.
    April 30, 2019 @ 12:43 pm

    This has been fixed in dev version.

    There was a bug relating to how WooCommerce now provides a static function to grab the search query which we’re now correctly using.

    In addition, the search query was not previously filtering the attribute filters (only categories), so the code has been added to attributes too, so those counts will be restricted to only those which fulfil the search string.


  2. Krzysztof T.
    May 1, 2019 @ 9:40 am

    1) There is wrong url in Existing Filters widget

    If you are in:

    and try to clear the last filter it goes to 404 page:

    it should be:

    BTW. Maybe the search query should appear as existing filter, so we can easily remove it. It would be great for UX reasons.

    2) In some search queries category widget is empty. Is there available any live demo store, so I can show you (foundthru.com or demostore.wpintense.com)?


  3. Dave H.
    May 1, 2019 @ 11:04 am

    1) I’ll get this figured out – so if a search query exists, and the category filter is removed, it should go to site base url

    2) The categories are being affected by the search query. What behaviour would you like here?

    3) I’ll add the current search string as an existing filter that is removable through a click.


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