1 month ago pts2grimmParticipant
I have some questions about the Pix Product Filter widget.
Our website will have more than 200 product categories. I want to make it so our can search the parts by selecting Make -> Model -> Category and if it’s possible to add Year or Vehicle Modification.
For now the only way to do such a thing is to create the same attributes and then set to each product the correct attribute and product category.
So my first question is it possible to make an input field which will use the data directly from the product categories instead of having to create all the same attributes and do a double job?
Having so many categories will make the input dropdown block to hide behind the content of the container below, even tho I have set the z-index to 99999. How can I fix this? It happens on both desktop and mobile and only on the Home Page. The filter in the sidebar of the Shop page works correctly. I have attached a picture.
However, the filter in the Shop page adds another field that I can’t trace and can’t find how to remove. I am talking about “Select Restyle”. What is it For and how do I remove it?
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1. Yes, I want to add one more dropdown list which get info from the website’s categories and not the attributes like I have done now.
2. Thank you! I fixed this.
3. I see, this is a very nice field for car modifications, however it is still now showing on the main landing page even though I have a third level category ( for example “Ford” -> “Mustang” -> “3.7”), while it actually works in the “Shop” page.
How do I add it on the main langing page and how can I rename it to something different than “Restyle”?
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