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  • Luciano Cukar

    Hi there,

    I’m using Woocommerce and filtering products by categories and tags, all works OK, but when a search is performed there are no tag/categories results, only product titles.

    I tried activating Relevansi but it worsens the problem (no results at all)

    I think is the same problem this user had ( but as the answers are marked as private I can’t check the proposed solution on my setup ๐Ÿ™

    Trevor Moderator
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    Luciano Cukar
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    Luciano Cukar

    While you are there, I spotted another error:

    I enabled “Auto-Count” and “Update the search form on user interaction” but it doesn’t seem to work. Example: If a select “Barbeero” in “Cervecera” (brewery) dropdown, the results are updated on the right side, showing me 6 results (beers). But on the “Estilos” dropdown it still displays the total number of beers available (not 6, the ones from this specific brewery), and also the “Sin Gluten” count displays the total count (6) instead of 0 (the number of beers from this brewery with the “Sin Gluten” tag)

    It does work if I reload the page, but that’s not useful.

    Any ideas? Thank you!

    Luciano Cukar

    Hi Trevor,

    Any news on this? Thank you


    Trevor Moderator
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    Trevor Moderator

    Sorry for the delay. First, text searches.

    Our plugin does not directly allow you to do text searches of individual Post Meta (custom fields) and Taxonomy (Category, Tags and Taxonomies) data/terms. The Search & Filter Pro Text Search field uses the standard WordPress search, so looks only in the Post Title and Content. To help you control this better, on the formโ€™s Advanced settings tab you will see 2 settings for Relevanssi.

    The documentation for this is here:

    You would need to install and activate the free Relevanssi plugin as well.

    Then set Relevanssi up and build its index (make sure it is indexing the desired post types, custom fields AND any taxonomy that you want to search).

    As to the other issue (counts and hide empty does not work), I can see what you mean, and cannot see why it is happening. I have referred this to the plugin developer, Ross, for his attention.

    Luciano Cukar

    Hi Trevor. Great, search problem is fixed now with Relevanssi ๐Ÿ™‚

    I’ll wait for the follow up of the count problem

    Thanks for your help!

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