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[Geschlossen] how to make a one page woocommerce filtered sales page

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Last updated by Caridad vor 8 Jahre.

Assigned support staff: Minesh.

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I am trying to: a single page sales page that allows customers to select products that are shown depending on the selections made. I've drafted a mockup of the page.

The way I want to make it work is to have the various rows automatically filter based on the selections made in the above rows.

So a client would visit and see results from row 1, Theme Choices. They'd select a theme and row 2 would populate with theme colour choices. So a client may choose Genesis and a Red theme, row 3 would then populate to show all matching accessories.

. . .

I've done nested views but don't know how to construct this one and if it is even possible. Can filter selections be passed between views on the same page?

Can you advise me on how to do this?

Thank you.
Cathie.

#276991

You should be able to do this by settings filters on both Views based on the same URL parameter.

If you have problems with this, please share access with me and let me know how far you got.

Thanks
Caridad

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