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Pagination for Filter Results Not Working

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I bought a Regular License for the plugin from Envato on 25/01/21.

My configuration:

MDTF V2.2.7.2
WordPress V5.6.1
Woocommerce V5.0.0
Woocommerce Storefront Theme V3.5.0

I have a number of filters in a sidebar. I have the option set to display up to 24 results per page. If I select filter options that will result in more than 24 products and apply the filter, I get a result page of 24 products along with a pagination navigator. If I click on "Page 2," the page reloads but still shows the original 24 products – it does not move to the next page.

Can you help?

Hello

Paste your license key here - https://c2n.me/43SC6rb.png -> https://c2n.me/42HBIt7.png

Drop  me  exact  link to the  issue

Read  this - https://wp-filter.com/howto/pagination-doesn-work-what-to-do/

OK... I read your pagination post.

I applied Fix #1, and it broke the filter. The results page showed only, "No products were found matching your selection."

So, I then tried Fix #2. This worked perfectly. I also verified that it didn't affect normal shop page pagination. This is the answer.

I implemented this using the Code Snippets plugin using "add_action('wp_footer', 'fix_MDTF');" so that updates to my theme don't remove the fix. Everything is now working properly! NOTE: "fix_MDTF" is a function I wrote containing the code from your post.

Thank you for your prompt response!

Hello

Ok!  Great!

Welcome;)