when I click to a product tag in woocommerce (example: cats), it goes to the landing page (mysite.com/product-tag/cats/) which uses template (product-archieve.php), and that template creates a products page with pagination.

I have examined contents of product-archieve.php but I couldn't figure out how it works, by checking the code.

I have an array of product ids, and I want to list my products with same kind of pagination, How can I achieve this?

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  • Doesn't woocommerce allow you to select how many products to load per page? In Magento you are able to select how many products to load per page. – gabehou Jul 22 '17 at 4:59

Display product categories loop

      'number' => 'null',
      'orderby' => 'title',
      'order' => 'ASC',
      'columns' => '20',
      'hide_empty' => '1',
      'parent' => '',
      'ids' => ''

The number field is used to display the number of products and the ids field is to tell the shortcode which categories to display.

[product_categories number="12" parent="0"]    

Set ids to a comma separated list of category IDs to only show those.

  • this displays all products that belong to a category. I don't want all products, I have a few products IDs. My use case is this: A user comes, and searchs for a keyword in my website (ex: cat face), so search function returns some product IDs. Now I want to list them in a page with pagination. – HOY Jul 19 '17 at 15:30

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