Search & Filter – WordPress plugin Free download

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Search & Filter


Search & Filter is a simple search and filtering plugin for WordPress – it is an advancement of the WordPress search box.

You can search by Category, Tag, Custom Taxonomy, Post Type, Post Date or any combination of these easily to really refine your searches – remove the search box and use it as a filtering system for your posts and pages. Fields can be displayed as dropdowns, checkboxes, radio buttons or multi selects.

Links: Search & Filter Documentation | Search & Filter Discussion

New: Search & Filter Pro

View live demo >> demo 1 | demo 2 | video
Search Custom Fields, Post Meta, Authors, Post Types, Post Dates, Taxonomies, Tags, Categories
Use AJAX to display results – no more page reloading!
Search Post Meta/Custom Fields with checkboxes, radio buttons, dropdowns, multiselects or comboboxes
jQuery range slider, date pickers and auto-complete comboboxes for selects and multiselects
Order Results Field – users can order results by meta value, Post ID, author, title, name, date, date modified, parent ID, random, comment count and menu order
Drag & Drop editor
Use custom templates
Create as many fields and different search forms as you like
Use for blogs, reviews sites, news sites, property sites and more.
Use for your online shop – tested and compatible with WooCommerce, WP eCommerce, Easy Digital Click to Downloads
Place anywhere in your themes and posts using shortcodes and widgets
Works with WPML
Works with Advanced Custom Fields
Extremely easy to use admin UI, fully integrated with WP 3.8+
Dedicated Support
More info >>


Full example of Search & Filter when used in a widget and with a combination of checkboxes, radio buttons and selects
Minimal example of Search & Filter embedded in the header
Minimal example of Search & Filter embedded in a widget
Example of Search & Filter using a post type filter


Upload the entire search-filter folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.

You will find ‘Search & Filter’ menu in your WordPress admin panel.

For basic usage, you can also have a look at the plugin homepage or refer to the Search & Filter menu in your WordPress admin panel.


How can I xxxxx ?

The documentation has been updated to include examples almost all configurable options with screenshots – please refer to the Search & Filter Docs.


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