Woocommerce filter widgets

WP Intense Q & ACategory: Scalability ProWoocommerce filter widgets
Ron Lockard asked 4 years ago


I tried using your woocommerce filter widgets. A few questions:

  1. I'd like to display the filtering on the sidebar of all site pages, even non-archive pages, and if it's not currently an archive page, then selecting an option will bring the visitor to https://onlinekosherwine.com/product-category/wines/ with that filter selected. Can you suggest how I can do this?

  2. The price range search is not displaying correctly - it displays the drop-down or slider, then a text box for min value, then a hyphen, then a text box for max-value, then an apply button. Can you suggest how I can hide everything besides for the drop-down or slider?

  3. Wondering why the filtering works on these 2 links:



but not on this:


Thank you!


1 Answers
John McLachlan answered 4 years ago

Hi Ron,

Thank you for your custom, we appreciate it, below are our answers to your questions.

  1. Just add widgets to your sidebar – this should work. 🙂
  2. There is an option on your settings to choose to show dropdown or prices. If you still wnat to get rid of the boxes, then this CSS will doit:

    .price-dash-filter-fields {

    display: none;


  3. I couldnt see what you were meaning on those linked pages, maybe you could check and resend?

Kind regards


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