Search product filter

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  • #7390

    Participant

    Hi sir,
    Please, I need your help to create a search product filter like the following :

    http://codecanyon.net/item/wordpress-content-filter/full_screen_preview/12098450

    Can your plugin do the same and How ? please

    Regards
    A.J.

    #7392

    Hi!

    This plugins main feature is searching, the secondary is filtering. I’m not saying it is possible to create the exact same filter as the one you are showing me, but you can still create a nice layout.

    There are a few chapters in the documentation explaining how to create such filters:

    These should explain everything you need to know about how to create such filters 🙂

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

    If you like my products, don't forget to rate them on codecanyon :)


    #7393

    Participant

    Thanks a lot my dear,
    I need your help and support with the project that I have now, and I promise you , I will not forget your time and support.
    Can I explain, what I have for objects, to know how can i use your plugin in the right way, and how I think about using your plugin for? please

    Regards
    A.J.

    #7407

    Participant

    Hi sir, Please,

    how can i create like the following : http://grab.by/Nz62 Please

    Regards
    A.J.

    #7408

    Hi A.J,

    Unfortunately there is no option to create the exact same layout, however you can configure the plugin to look very similar to that.

    First of all, import this search instance: https://paste.ee/r/2zMmD
    (under the Export/import submenu on ajax search pro)

    Then, I used the following html code to put the search shortcode to a post:

     
    <div style='width: 45%;padding: 1% 5% 1% 0;display: inline-block;'>
     [wpdreams_ajaxsearchpro id=1]
    </div><div style='width: auto; display: inline-block;'>
      [wpdreams_asp_settings id=1 element='div']
    </div>
    

    Don’t forget to change the id=1 to the search ID you have imported or created to display the correct shortode.

    In my case it looked like this: https://i.imgur.com/zGH41FW.png

    Best,
    Ernest Marcinko

    If you like my products, don't forget to rate them on codecanyon :)


    #7411

    Participant

    Thanks a lot my dear, You are so kind.
    I will add your script and check what I will get.

    Thanks again
    A.J.

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