- Activate filtering on any registered public custom post type.
- Exclude taxonomies you just don’t want the visitors to filter on.
- Beautifies the resulting URLs. You won’t see any /posttype/?taxonomy=term. Instead you’ll see /posttype/taxonomy/term.
- The pretty URLs are much more SEO friendly so you’ll give a boost to those filtered pages. Just remember to use canonicals where it’s appropriate.
- Conditional dropdowns. Make sure your visitors never end up with empty filtered results. AJAX reloads the values in each dropdown based on previously selected values.
- Polylang compatible.
- Multisite compatible. No network settings at the moment.
- Comes with a complete functional filter module for you to put in your theme.
- Multiple alternatives for putting the filter modules in your theme:
- `do_action()` hooks – The recommended way.
- Automagic setting which will magically place the modules in your archive from thin air. Wizards at work…
- Widgets (Also lets you “hard set” a post type for use anywhere)
- Choose from different styles for the component, or disable styling and do it yourself in style.css! Just want to tweak a style? Add your custom CSS directly on the settings page.
- Many more settings for fine-tuning the filter modules behavior:
- A ”Clear all” link for the filter component.
- Choose between placeholders or “show all” in the dropdowns.
- Hide empty terms in the dropdowns.
- Show a post count next to the term name
- Disable select2
- Show term description
- Disable headings you don’t want
- More to come!
- Ability to show your visitors information about their current active filtering and control the look of this.
- Allows for custom GET parameters to be included. Extend the filter your way with a custom search parameter or whatever you like. The sky’s the limit!
- Plenty of hooks for modifying the plugins behavior. For you control freaks out there…