How to set "OR" logic for Range Slider on Custom Field?

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    peter Ode

    Hi, on the home page at I have AjaxSearchPro settings on the left side and want to show Laptops, Desktop (products in WooCommece) based on the users selections.

    I can’t get the Desktop products to display in the search output because they do not have a Display (custom field: computer_display). I need to set an “OR” condition so desktops DO DISPLAY, even if desktop products do not have a Custom Field for Display.

    In my attempt to make this work, I did add a custom field for the MSi Nightblade product and set the Display to 0. It did display when I set the Display size slider to 0. But that’s only a test. A user would not set the display size to 0. Therefore, I deleted the custom field called computer_display for the desktop computer product called MSi Nightblade. (see attached image)

    How can I set this Range Slider so it does not limit the search output SUCH THAT the MSi Nightblade desktop computer product is included in the search output?

    Thank you,

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    peter Ode

    For your information…
    I want the default behavior, when the home page loads, to automatically display search output that includes all settings. Therefore, I entered the search term “GB” into the Phrase field in AutoPopulate in the Layout Options/SearchBoxLayout page.

    Is this the best approach to auto-populate the search results based on the settings?

    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko


    1. There is an option for this on the Frontend Search settings -> Advanced panel, to allow displaying results with missing custom field values:

    That should do the trick.

    2. In this case, you can leave the “Phrase” field empty (instead of “GB”), it will work that way as well.

    Ernest Marcinko

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