Cascade Search widget with Make-Model-Year-Part dropdowns for WooCommerce Products

This plugin provides the ability to setup a set of taxonomies to be used as Filters (like year, make, model and part) for each product in your store.

Although this plugin looks like a Search Widget, it is a Filter one. Once the customer selects a year make and model, the entire site gets filtered by only the applicable products and categories. You can browse anywhere in the site and everything will be filtered; also, the plugin remember the selected filters even if you close the browser and open it again.

The dropdowns in the widget are in cascade (progressive load), to allow to the users find the correct part on each dropdown selection.

The plugin offers a wizard that makes it easy to manage the filters information. You can establish relationships between filters, through inheritance, to generate a hierarchy that can be user filtered. Filters exist as a taxonomy within WordPress so they can be fully administered using the WordPress Dashboard.

Due the plugin doesn’t uses the product categories to implement the filters system, you’re increasing the options available for your visitors at the moment to look for a product, so, with our plugin, your clients can look for a product using the filters “Audi-A4-2015” inside the Air Conditioned category in your store.

The plugin allows to define the labels of the filters, so, you can use any combination, order or scheme (Make-Year-Model, Year-Model-Make, Width-Profile-Size, Make-Year-Model-Engine, etc); for this reason, our plugin work in any store where you need create a cascade filters system.

Our clients are using the plugin to filtering products in stores for: Parts Cars, AC Parts and Tyres. If you are thinking to use the plugin in another kind of store, feel free to contact us to get advice.

Important: Due to complex of the filters system, our plugin only allows to create a set of filters. So if you need create more filter options, you can use the Categories, Tags, & Taxonomies offered by WooCommerce.

If these elements are not sufficient for your needs, we created a plugin that allows to create a second set of filters, we called it WCF extended version. You can purchase this plugin below the WooCommerce Cascade Filters of 3 levels.

But… How does the plugin work on the backend?

Download the User Guide Read the User Guide for step by step instructions on how to set up and administer the plugin.Detailed screenshots are included. Also, if you want, you can contact us to request access to the admin zone in one of our demo sites.

The plugin versions


 

CascadeFilter-4levels-ajax

3 or 4 levels – Ajax Version

Purchasing this version you get a plugin that support 3 or 4 levels. You can define the number of levels in the plugin configuration zone.

Price in US Dollars.
CascadeFilter-3levels-ajax

3 levels – WCF Extended Version

This plugin allows to implement a second set of filters in cascade using a Custom Taxonomy created for this purpose.

Important: you should buy the standard version and this plugin to get the two set of filters on your site. The extended version doesn’t work alone.

Price in US Dollars.
CascadeFilter-3levels-ajax

3 Levels – WooCommerce Category Cascade Filter

This plugin allows to implement a Cascade Filters System using the categories of WooCommerce.

Price in US Dollars.


Importer add-on


 
The plugin doesn’t includes example data related with the filters (make-year-model); it offers to you a section to help you to build these filters data in an easy way. You can find information about it in the “how to” document, page 2, section: How to create the filters (wizard).

So, if you need to work with several filters data and products, we recommend you to purchase the Importer Add-on. This add-on allows to import the filters data from a CSV and assign this imported data to the existing products in WooCommerce.

Download the User Guide Read the User Guide for step by step instructions on how to set up and administer the plugin.Detailed screenshots are included.
Importer Add-on

3 Filters Importer Add-on

This plugin allows to import the filters information from a CSV file and assign these to existing products in WooCommerce.

CSV File Structure: product_id, product_name, filter_level1, filter_level2, filter_level3

Price in US Dollars.
Importer Add-on

4 Filters Importer Add-on

This plugin allows to import the filters information from a CSV file and assign these to existing products in WooCommerce.

CSV File Structure: product_id, product_name, filter_level1, filter_level2, filter_level3, filter_level4

Price in US Dollars.
Importer Add-on

3 Filters Importer Add-on for WCF Extended Version

This plugin allows to import the filters information from a CSV file into a second set of filters and assign these to existing products in WooCommerce.

CSV File Structure: product_id, product_name, filter_level1, filter_level2, filter_level3

Price in US Dollars.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I add multiple filters to each product?
The plugin adds a meta-box on the product edit paget allowing to the administrator to append multiple filters to each product and relate the product with different make, model, year or part.

Can I use multiple groups/sets of filters in the store?
No, due to complex of the filters system, our plugin only allows to create a set of filters. So if you need create more filter options, you can use the Categories, Tags, & Taxonomies offered by WooCommerce.

If these elements are not sufficient for your needs, we created a plugin that allows to create a second set of filters, we called it WCF extended version. You can purchase this plugin below the WooCommerce Cascade Filters of 3 levels.

Can I import the taxonomies from a CSV File?
Our plugin is compatible with “Product Import Suite Extension for WooCommerce” and “WP All Import Pro” plugins. Using these plugins you can use a CSV file to insert the filters information and import them into WooCommerce. It is important to know that these plugins can not assign the information of the imported filters to the existing products in the store; for this reason, we created our importer add-on plugin, It allows to import the filters information from a CSV files and assign these to the existing products in WooCommerce.

Can I assign the filters to the existing products using a csv?
To allow the assignment multiple filters to each product, we have created a special CSV Importer plugin.
This plugin is an extra Add-on that we sell on request.

Download the Import Addon User Guide

What is the CSV structure of the file to work with the Imported Add-on?
The following is the structure of the CSV file used by the importer:
product_id, product_name, filter_level1, filter_level2, filter_level3, filter_level4
You can get a file example here: wcf-importer-example.csv
CascadeFilter
No limit on filters
Allow as many filters as you want on the product editor page
CascadeFilter
Taxonomy Editor
Built-in editor for manual management of your filters
CascadeFilter
Creator Wizard
Use it to create multiple filters in multiple categories automatically

Let us know if you have any special question or request about this plugin or if you just want to leave us a greeting or a thank you message! All your opinions are welcome!

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