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  • #3248
    Stianand
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        I can see here https://www.portotheme.com/wordpress/porto/shortcodes/shortcodes/products-filter/ that it’s possible to get a price slider in Porto Products Filter element. But how do I get the slider? I can only get static price ranges that I input manually.

        #3256
        Aizaz Awan
        Keymaster

            Hello, @stianand,

            Thanks for your contact.

            The element “Porto Products Filter” only shows the price to filter with a dropdown or list. This is the default functionality of the element.

            The price filter slider only works in the sidebar of the Shop/Category pages with the Filter Product By Price Widget.

            Best Regards,
            PThemes Team.

            #3296
            Stianand
            Participant

                Ok. Thanks.
                A related question. Is it possible to set up a page that’s not the shop page, but for example a page for a certain category and add a filter to it? I have tried that, but when I try to use the filter, it takes me to another page (shop page?) instead of just filtering on the page I´m currently on

                #3320
                Aizaz Awan
                Keymaster

                    Hello, @stianand,

                    We apologize for any inconvenience you may have encountered. It’s important to note that our filter and pagination functionality is designed to operate exclusively on the default archive pages for both products and categories. These features will not function as expected on non-default archive pages. Implementing the necessary changes for these pages would entail customization, which falls outside the scope of our standard support policy.

                    If you require enhanced functionality for non-default archive pages, we recommend exploring third-party plugins available in the WordPress marketplace. However, please be aware that using such plugins comes with its own set of risks, which you should evaluate before proceeding.

                    Should you have any further questions or require additional assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to support you to the best of our abilities.

                    Best Regards,
                    PThemes Team.

                    #3323
                    Stianand
                    Participant

                        Ok.
                        So it’s not possible to make a online store like in this page https://www.pgatoursuperstore.com ?
                        Here when you click on a link (category?) in the meny, it displays only the corresponding products.

                        #3328
                        Aizaz Awan
                        Keymaster

                            Hello, @stianand,

                            Certainly, you have the capability to create a page within the Porto theme that displays categories exclusively. When a user clicks on a specific category, it will direct them to a dedicated category page, featuring only products relevant to that category.

                            To accomplish this, you can follow these steps:

                            Create a new page within your Porto theme.

                            Incorporate the Porto Product Categories widget into this page.

                            For more detailed information on how to utilize the Porto Product Categories widget, please refer to the following link:

                            Product Categories

                            If you require any further guidance or have additional questions, please feel free to reach out for assistance.

                            Best Regards,
                            PThemes Team.

                            #3329
                            Stianand
                            Participant

                                Is it possible to use Porto Product Categories widget with Elementor? The documentation you linked to only refers to Gutenberg and WPBakery?

                                #3332
                                Aizaz Awan
                                Keymaster

                                    Hello, @stianand,

                                    Certainly, the Porto Product categories widget is also accessible within Elementor. I encourage you to give it a try, as it may effectively address your concerns.

                                    If you require any further guidance or have additional questions, please feel free to reach out for assistance.

                                    Best Regards,
                                    PThemes Team.

                                    #3345
                                    Stianand
                                    Participant

                                        Ok. I had to deactivate full site editing to access it.

                                        I´m sorry for being slow, but I have yet another question.

                                        I want to make separate pages for separate categories.
                                        So, let´s say I have a category for Shoes. I want to select “Shoes” from the menu, or top bar. And that will take me to the shoe page. And on that page, I want to be able to filter the selection by for example woman’s, brand, color and so on.

                                        How can I accomplish this?

                                        Thanks, and I apologies for all the questions

                                        #3349
                                        Aizaz Awan
                                        Keymaster

                                            Hello, @stianand,

                                            First of all, Thanks for your understanding. Now regarding the category issue that you asked let me answer it.

                                            Settings a category page into the menu is quite easy. Go to the Dashboard >> Appearance>> Menus >> From there add the category you want into the menu item then save settings. By doing this whenever someone clicks on the category menu item it will redirect the user to that specific category page.

                                            Please refer to this screenshot: https://postimg.cc/4m1xnFf6

                                            And then the shop sidebar having all the filters set will be displayed on that product category page as well.

                                            Best Regards,
                                            PThemes Team.

                                            #3361
                                            Stianand
                                            Participant

                                                Cool. Now things is starting to take shape :)

                                                Hopefully the last question:
                                                When I use the category link in the menu ( for example shoes) the page correctly displays only shoes. But when I try to filter the selection, for example by price, it filters correctly by price, but it shows all products.

                                                I see that the breadcrumbs go from HOME/SHOP/SHOES before using filter, to HOME/SHOP after using filter.

                                                Is this as intended? It would be nice if I can stay at HOME/SHOP/SHOES even after using the filter.

                                                Thanks again

                                                #3367
                                                Aizaz Awan
                                                Keymaster

                                                    Hello, @stianand,

                                                    Please provide temporary wp-admin and FTP access in the private content area of this topic, we need to check the situation on your site more deeply. To provide wp-admin access, you can create a new user account with an administrator role via the Dashboard, and provide us with the username and password.

                                                    To create FTP access (FTP host, FTP username, FTP password, FTP port, FTP encryption), please contact your hosting provider for assistance.

                                                    Best Regards,
                                                    PThemes Team.

                                                    #3390
                                                    Stianand
                                                    Participant

                                                        Added information

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                                                        #3394
                                                        Aizaz Awan
                                                        Keymaster

                                                            Hello, @stianand,

                                                            Thanks for the access I have checked your issue on your site. Let me explain.

                                                            I have found that the shop page on your site is created custom using a custom layout that you created in Elementor. In this layout, you have used a filter widget and this filter widget works like this as it does now on the site. I have checked and confirmed that no option in the filter widget settings can help to achieve the way you want.
                                                            Now, to solve this issue you have to set the shop page layout with a sidebar. You can set this by navigating to the Dashboard >> Porto >> Theme Options >> WooCommerce >> Product archive >> From there you can set the shop page layout with a sidebar. After that go to the Dashboard >> Appearance >> Widgets >> In the “Woo Category Sidebar” simply add the filter widgets as per your need. Then check back to your issue by clearing the browser cache. I hope you will get the desired results. I have attached some screenshots below for you to understand better.

                                                            https://postimg.cc/w3hRBrqX
                                                            https://postimg.cc/Q9qBfBn6

                                                            Best Regards,
                                                            PThemes Team.

                                                            #3397
                                                            Stianand
                                                            Participant

                                                                YES! That’s it!
                                                                Now it’s starting to look right! Thank you for your awesome support!

                                                                By the way, is it possible to style the filter and adjust it’s width?

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