Will this setup work in SLP?

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    we’re currently using a different plugin to manage our store locations but I wanted to ask a couple of questions before we decide to move to SLP.

    We’re using WooCommerce for our store. Each brand on the site has it’s own WC category under a parent category. i.e…

    Parent cat 1
    -> Sub category 1
    -> Sub category 2
    -> Sub category 3

    Parent cat 2
    -> Sub category 1
    -> Sub category 2

    Is it possible using SLP to assign categories, specifically the sub categories to a location, so that when a product is being viewed only the locations for that product’s categories show up?

    At the moment we are showing a stockist map on each product page – the map shows the 5 closest stockist for that particular product category and we’d like to keep this functionality as we like the way it works.




    • This topic was modified 2 years ago by  James. Reason: Change title


    Any update on this? I really need to get things moving.



    Hello, can someone please give me an answer on this. Starting to think maybe not a good idea if the support is this slow!
    Thank you.



    Sorry you didn’t hear anything before.

    If I understand your question correctly, I would say it is possible using Pro Pack and/or Tagalong add-ons.
    You can mimick the product categories in the Tagalong categories and enable the filter function on the search form.

    Hope this helps.


    Lance Cleveland

    Use Tagalong and assign categories to the locations that match your WooCommerce categories then use the only_with_category=”abc” attribute with the slplus shortcode on each product page to show the matching locations.

    If you want an automated solution that matches Woocommerce data to locations a custom solution will need to be coded to make that happen.

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