Will this setup work in SLP?

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  • #26387

    James
    Participant

    Hello,

    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.

    Thanks,

    James

     

    • This topic was modified 2 years ago by  James. Reason: Change title
    #26424

    James
    Participant

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

    #26481

    James
    Participant

    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.

    #26491

    DeBAAT
    Moderator

    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.

    #26674

    Lance Cleveland
    Keymaster

    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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