- January 7, 2022 at 10:21 pm #36215
I am trying to implement Ajax Search Pro with Filtering for Woocommerce Products on my website.
I am using Elementor on my Website and followed your steps for integration with Elementor.
I understand that this does not work with the Product Archives block and only with the Products Widget for Elementor.
I am able to get the Ajax Search Pro plugin to work. However, it does not integrate well with Woocommerce Product Archives.
I would like the website visitor to be able to use the menu to navigate to a Product Category/Sub-Category and then use Ajax Search Pro to filter out according to price, colour, etc.
Ajax Search Pro needs to have one dedicated page for the results and filtering. So the Navigation then Filtering work flow does not work (at least I can’t figure out how to make it work.) I have watched the video tutorials and read through the documentation and I am unclear on how to achieve this.
Thank you for your help.January 8, 2022 at 1:52 pm #36219
Unfortunately filtering the archive pages is not possible. You can setup the plugin with the Elementor pro products widget, but not with the product archive widgets – that will not work.
We may be able to add a support for that in a futurer release – but there are many conflicts on how the archive pages work at the moment. Once we can resolve those, there will be a seamless integration for archive pages.Best,
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