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Learn how the Layered Navigation Premium for Magento 2 extension works.

Guide for Layered Navigation Premium for Magento 2

The Magento 2 Layered Navigation Premium is a feature-rich module that overs all needs of web-store navigation. Grow purchases by letting users browse the products they need in a few clicks. Maximize the usability of the web-store with one easy extension.

The Premium Layered Navigation module is divided into 3 sub-modules. In the user guide below, the most essential settings are described. To find the extended guide on sub-modules configuration, please click on one of the links below:

  • Layered Navigation Settings - Set up a handy vertical and horizontal navigation menu to your website. Filter store catalog by any product attribute, display price sliders and ‘from-to widgets’. Generate custom brand pages and optimize your website for search engines
  • Infinite Scroll Settings - Set up an automatic loading of catalog pages and search results pages.
  • Custom Product Sorting on Brand Pages Settings - Customize product sorting on brand pages. Reorder items using drag-and-drop, place particular products at the top of the listing, adjust sorting options, and many more.

Layered Navigation Settings

See the extended guide on how to configure the Layered Navigation options via the link.

To get access to Magento 2 layered navigation settings, please go to Stores → Configuration → Improved Layered Navigation

How to apply filters on Desktop/Mobile with Varnish

If you need different types of cache for mobile and desktop devices, please, insert this code (line 2-8) into the section vcl_hash in the varnish configuration file (vcl).

sub vcl_hash {
    if (req.http.X-UA-Device ~ "^mobile" 
        || req.http.X-UA-device ~ "^tablet"
    ) {
        hash_data("mobile");
    } else {
        hash_data("desktop");    
    }
}

Enable AJAX - Enable AJAX to avoid page reloads.

Customers can continue selecting multiple filter options while it's loading with AJAX. This way the whole shopping process becomes seamless and fast.

Add Vertical Scrolling to Filter Block After - Specify maximal filter size (in pixels) that will be displayed without vertical scrolling. In case a filter is higher than the indicated size, the scrolling will appear.

See a Vertical Scroll example

Submit filters on desktop (on mobile) - Select Instantly mode to apply filters one by one, on the fly. With the By Button Click mode, customers will be able to apply multiple filters in bulk after clicking an Apply button.

By Button Click mode sample

Leave the Single-Select Filter Visible after Selection - Disable the setting to hide the filter when the value is selected.

How it works:

If the setting is set to No, the option with the only one choice will become hidden after the selection:

If you enable the option, it will remain visible:

Number of Unfolded Options in State - Specify the number of unfolded options. To see other options, a customer should click the 'More' button.

Slider Style - Here you can choose the style for a Price Slider. There are 5 options available for now: Default, Improved, Volumetric Gradient, Light, Dark.

Filters Settings

To configure general settings for different filter types go to StoresConfigurationImproved Layered Navigation

Category Filter

Enabled - Set to 'Yes' to enable category filter.

Position - Here you can specify the position for a category filter.

Hit the Category Filter Settings button to adjust other settings of the category filter.

See how to configure Category Tree in this section of the guide.

Stock Filter

Enabled - Enable In Stock/Out of Stock filter. You can preselect a label, position and the display mode.

Show in the block - Choose where to display the filter:

  • Sidebar;
  • Top;
  • Both.

Tooltip - Specify tooltip text that will be displayed on a mouse hover for the stock filter.

Expand - Allows to expand filter automatically right after a page is loaded. Set 'Expand for desktop only' to keep filter minimized on mobile. Keep 'Auto' to work based on the custom theme functionality.

Display Mode - For now, only Labels mode is available for this filter.

Dropdown Display Mode for filters/attributes used in navigation is deprecated and will be removed soon from the extension.


Rating Filter

Configure settings for the Rating filter. Choose whether to show it in the left sidebar, in the top menu, or in both positions.

Also, you can specify the Label, Tooltip, and adjust the Expand settings for the filter.


New Filter

Configure settings for the 'New' filter. Choose whether to show it in the left sidebar, in the top menu or in both positions.

Note that to set up products for this filter, you should go Catalog → Products, select a product, specify the interval when the product is new. Note that attribute New does not co-relate with a filter work.


On Sale Filter

You can add category filters based on Magento 2 attributes. For example,'On Sale' filter takes into account two parameters: Special Price and Catalog Price Rules. In case a product meets at least one of these parameters it's automatically added to the 'On Sale' filter results.

Configure settings for the 'On Sale' filter. Choose whether to show it in the left sidebar, in the top menu or in both positions.


Tooltips

Enable the Tooltip option and upload a tooltip image.

To specify the text for a tooltip of a particular attribute, go to Stores → Attributes → Product, select an attribute, go to Attribute Information → Improved Layered Navigation → Tooltip field. Input text for different store views.


Enable/Disable Filters

To enable/disable a particular filter please go to StoresAttributesProduct and select the attribute you need.

Use in Layered Navigation - If you want an attribute to become filter in the navigation, select one of the options:

1. Filterable (with results) - a filter will be displayed only if there are products with such options in a category.

2. Filterable (no results) - a filter will be displayed even if there are no products with such options in a category.

Use in search results Layered Navigation - Enable this feature if you want the options above to be applied to the search results page.


Vertical & Horizontal Navigation

With Magento 2 Layered Navigation extension, you can display each particular filter block either in vertical or horizontal navigation. You can also select both options if needed. To adjust filter position, please go to Stores → Attributes → Product, pick up the needed attribute (filter), proceed to the Improved Layered Navigation tab, and then choose one of the three modes in a Show in the Block field.

See the example of vertical and horizontal navigation blocks on the storefront.


Filter Display Modes

Please note, that Dropdown display mode for filters/attributes used in navigation is deprecated and will be removed soon from the extension.

To fine-tune filter display modes please go to Stores → Attributes → Products and choose the necessary attribute, then click on the Improved Layered Navigation tab.

Ranges Display Mode

Use 'Ranges' display mode for prices and other numeric attributes.


Slider Display Mode

Use ‘Slider’ display mode for price attribute.

Minimum Slider Value - Specify the minimal price (e.g.<10$) to limit the slider.

Maximum Slider Value - Specify the maximal price (e.g.<999$) to limit the slider.

Slider Step - Here you can configure the slider step size for the filter.

You can adjust the price slider style in the extension general settings (Stores → Configuration → Improved Layered Navigation → General).


'From-To' Widget

Use the ‘From-to-widget’ filter for numeric attributes either separately or together with other filter display modes. To use it separately, choose the 'From-to only' display mode.

To use the filter together with other display modes, open the needed attribute (filter), and choose 'Yes' in the Add From-To Widget field.

In this example, the From-To Widget is used together with Price Slider:


Filter Display Settings

To fine-tune filter display settings please go to StoresAttributesProducts and choose the necessary attribute, then click on the Improved Layered Navigation tab.

Display Mode - Specify how to display filters - as Labels, Dropdowns, Images, Images & Labels, Text Swatches.

Show in the Block - Specify whether to show the filter in vertical or horizontal navigation. It's also possible to show filters in both blocks.

Sort Options By - Specify which way you would like to sort the options: by name or by position.

Show Product Quantities - Set whether to display or not the product quantities with the filter options.

Show Search Box - Set to 'Yes' to show a search box in a filter. It is very convenient for filters with many options.

Show the search box if the number of options more than - Indicate the number of options required to display the search box in a filter.

Number of Unfolded Options - Specify the number of unfolded filter values that will be shown to customers when they click on a specific filter.

Expand - The option allows to expand filter automatically right after a page is loaded. Set 'Expand for desktop only' to keep filter minimized on mobile. Keep 'Auto' to work based on the custom theme functionality.

Example: if we specify 2 unfolded values for display, other values will be shown after a customer clicks the Show More link.

Tooltip - Specify the tooltip text that will be displayed for a specific filter on mouse hover. You can set different tooltips text for particular store views.

An example of a tooltip icon and a text.

If you want to display only particular options in the filters, you should make them Featured.

  • Go to Stores → Product
  • Select a particular attribute
  • In the Properties tab, go to Manage Swatch (Values of Your Attribute)
  • Select a needed option, that you want to make featured
  • Click on settings' gear icon in the option's section.

  • Enable Is Featured option. Note, that not featured options will be hidden under ‘show more’ element if at least one attribute's option is marked as ‘Is Featured’.

  • Adjust other featured option settings you need:

Visible in categories - Choose for which categories the filter will be available.

Show only when one of the attributes below is selected - choose filter attributes that will trigger the display of a dependent filter. You can select as many attributes as you need.

Show only when one of the options below is selected - choose the options that will trigger the display of the dependent filter.

Show icon on the product page - upload a special image that will be displayed on the product pages which meet filter requirements. This option is especially useful for a Brand filter to show a brand logo on the corresponding product pages.

Allow Multiselect - Enable the option to let customers choose several values of the filter at a time.

Multiple Values Logic - There two options available:

  • Show products with ANY value - all products containing at least one value from the selected ones will be displayed);
  • Show products with ALL values - products that contain all select values will be displayed.


Filter Mapping Settings

To configure the option please go to StoresLayered NavigationManage Group Attribute Options → click Add New Group button.

See the option in action. When a customer selects the icon of an attribute group ('Blue' for example), the module will display all products with the attributes from the 'Blue' group.

'All-Products' Page Settings

Enable the All Products page, containing all store items and layered navigation filters. You can also specify an appealing URL for the page, e.g. all-products.html.

You can set the name for the default category in Products – > Categories, e.g. All products


Brand Settings

General Settings

To configure greneral Brands Settings please go to StoresConfigurationImproved Layered NavigationBrands

Brand Attribute - It is possible to setup nice short URLs for pages of a brand attribute (or any other one you prefer), e.g.:

  • example.com/canon.html
  • example.com/nike.html
To generate such URLs for an attribute, please specify the code of the attribute in the Brand Attribute field. This feature works only for one attribute at a time.

URL Key - Specify the key that will be added to the URL before the brand name. E.g. your-site/brand/brand-name.html

Choose CMS page - select a CMS page where the All Brands List will be shown.

Add Brands Link to Top Menu- choose whether to display a Brands link leading to the All Brand Page on the top menu bar. To configure the link position, select one of two modes:

  • Display First
  • Display Last

Show Brands List Popup - display brands list and filter them by a character right in the top menu Brands dropdown.

Show Brand Logo - set to yes to display brands logo in brands list popup in the top menu.

Adjust Image Max Width and Image Max Height.

Enable Filter by Character - set to 'Yes' to enable filtering by the first character.

Show Characters without Brands - set to 'Yes' to allow displaying characters without brands.

Show Products Quantity - choose 'Yes' to show the number of products next to the brand name.

An example of a marker

Show Brands without Products - set to 'Yes' to allow displaying brands without products.

Add Brands to Account Top Links - Display a Brands link in a customer account.

Brands Item Label - Specify a name, which will be displayed in a menu bar and account top links.

Brand Label specified as Teams

Display Tooltip - Multi-select the directories, where you would like to display a tooltip with a brand info. Possible variants to display:

  • all-brands page
  • product pages
  • catalog pages (listing)
A tooltip

Tooltip Content - automate the tooltip creation and update. Enter the variables that should be used for a tooltip. Possible variables: {title}, {small_image}, {image}, {description}, {short_description}.

More from this brand

Enable - Display a block of products of a current product's brand. A block will be displayed at the bottom of a current product page.

Title - Specify a title of a block, using a Brand variable.

Max Product Count - Specify the number of random products to display in a block.

3 more products from Nike brand, sample

Product Page Brand Settings

Display Brand Logo on Product Page - Enable a brand logo display on the products pages.

Display Short Description on Product Page - Enable a label short description on the products pages.

Brand Logo Width & Height, px - Specify the size of a brand in pixels.

A brand logo and short description on a sample product page.

Product Listing Brand Settings

Display Brand Logo on Product Listing - set to Yes to show brand logos on category pages.

Please enable “Used in Product Listing” setting for brand attribute.

Brand Logo Width and Height - adjust logo resolutions. Specify the value in pixels (e.g. 10) or percent (e.g. 10%). Leave empty to use default image size.

NOTE: Brands block on a category page is based on the current category. It means that the block contains only brands from the opened category.

Brand Attribute Settings

To add new brands and to manage brand attribute settings please go to StoresProductsAttributesProductBrand.

Catalog Input type for store owner - select an input type for the catalog. Choose on of 3 available variants:

  • Dropdown;
  • Visual Swatch;
  • Text Swatch.

Add brand names for different store views, upload brand logos and specify a brand that will be preselected by default.

Click on the Settings icon beside a brand name to detailed brand information, add image and metadata.

Slider Options - Here you can enable the display in a brand slider and specify the brand Position in a slider. Also, you can make the option Featured if necessary.

URL alias - Specify a custom URL alias if necessary that will be used in the URL of the filter results page.

Meta Data - In this tab, you can specify meta title, description and keywords for each particular brand.

Specify content for the brand page. Add a title, description, image, and a CMS block using WYSIWYG editor.


All Brands CMS Page Settings

To add an All Brands page ContentElementsPages. Here you can Add a page with a list of all brands in alphabetical order.

Please click on the Add New Page button to create a page with all brands.

Create All Brands Page - To create a page you need to:

  • Insert Brand Slider widget;
  • Insert Brand List widget.

Adjust widgets settings according to your needs.

Brand Management

To manage brands, please navigate to ContentAmasty Layered NavigationBrand Management.

In this section, you can conveniently manage all the brands from the grid. For each brand, you can add custom descriptions and logos, adjust position in a slider, insert various CMS blocks and banners, add metadata, and etc.

Access any brand to make changes. The way of configuration for each brand is the same as it was described in the brand attribute settings section.

Custom Product Sorting on Brand Pages (Add-On)

The additional functionality allows admins to customize product sorting on brand pages.

The feature can be enabled only after purchasing a Custom Product Sorting for Shop by Brand Add-On.

To manage products order on a brand page, go to Content → Layered Navigation → Brand Management.

Open the necessary brand page and scroll to the Products tab.

Here you can:

  • Reorder items using drag-and-drop
  • Place particular products at the top of the listing
  • Adjust sorting options
  • Move products through the pages
  • Pin particular ones
With the add-on, you can manage product sorting for particular store views separately.

First, set the necessary sort order, according to which all products will be displayed.

Sort Order - select from the dropdown the preferable way of the automatic ordering of the product listing.

Available options:

  • Move out of stock to the bottom
  • Newest products first
  • Name: Ascending
  • Name: Descending
  • Price: Ascending
  • Price: Descending

Search Products - find products within one current brand product listing by SKU or name.

In the Visible Items field the number of all the products that fall under the specified conditions is displayed.

Keep in mind that only Enabled products with the Visible Individually option can be displayed.

Drag-and-drop brand products according to your current marketing needs.

Move to Top - hit this button to send a particular item to the first position in the list.

Once you drag a particular product, the Manual mode is set automatically and it is “pinned” to a particular location. The feature helps to fixate a product in the same position even after the automatic sorting is activated too.

Moreover, the number of products per page in the admin panel equals the number of products customers see on the frontend. Thus, you will see how the products will be displayed to customers on each page.

With the move products through the pages feature it is possible to adjust the of products per each page by moving particular products to another page. As the page number is changed, the product becomes last on this page.

As the result, we set the follwing products order:

And on the frontend it will be displayed in the following way:

SEO Settings

Migration from Magento 1

If you've been using Improved Layered Navigation extension by Amasty for Magento 1 and now are going to migrate to M2, please pay a careful attention to your URL settings.

If you have URLs working based on 'Long with URL key' setting in Magento 1, then, please, configure the following options to migrate to Magento 2 and keep the existing URLs:

Include Attribute Name = Yes

Filter Key = shopby

See more information on this options below.


SEO URLs & Robots Tag Control

Check some useful tips and tricks on best SEO practices in our recent article Magento 2 Layered Navigation: Best Settings For SEO

To manage SEO URLs, go to Stores → Configuration → Amasty extensions → Improved Layered Navigation:SEO

Enable - Set the option to 'yes' to optimize store URLs for search engines. The URLs will become short and clear.

SEO-friendly URLs for Attributes (Default Value) - with this setting you can generate SEO-friendly URLs for attributes in bulk. Go to Stores - Attributes - Product - {attribute_name} - Improved Layered Navigation - SEO - Generate SEO URL setting to apply per-attribute fine-tuning.

Include Attribute Name - Select 'Yes' to add the attribute name to the URL scheme, e.g. black → color_black.

Filter Key - The option allows to add a filter key to the URL scheme, e.g. example.com/black-xl-activity → example.com/shopby/black-xl-activity.

Add Suffix to the Brand Pages and Filtered All-products Pages - Set to Yes to add a particular SEO suffix to brand pages.

Replace Special Characters With - Specify how to replace special characters.

Separate Attribute Options With - Select the URL separator for the selected attribute options.

You can use the dash symbol in the Replace Special Characters With and Separate Attribute Options With fields simultaneously. But this method has a significant drawback. Let's compare the methods of using the same and different separators:

1. The same separator.

When building SEO URLs, the system may mistakenly regard one option as another. As a consequence, the results will be irrelevant.

E.g.: 3 different attributes have different options: “red”, “cotton” and “new”. This is how they will be displayed together in the link: “red-cotton-new” (when you apply a filter containing these 3 options). And there exists the 4-th attribute: its option displays on the frontend as “red+cotton=new”. According to the setting, all these symbols will be replaced to the dash separator. As a result: the system may take the filter of three options as a filter of one option (we'll receive 2 identical filters: “red-cotton-new”).

2. Different separators.

The situation described in the previous paragraph is impossible. When you replace special characters with the “_” symbol and separate attribute options with the dash symbol, you'll get 2 different filters: “red-cotton-new” and “red_cotton_new”. In addition, this method provides higher productivity with a large amount of data and filters.

To specify the suffix, go to Configuration → Catalog → Catalog → Search Engine Optimization → Category URL Suffix.

Allow the module to modify robots meta tags - Enable robots tag control to let the module manage indexation according to SEO settings for each attribute. If you disable the option, search engines will index all the store content.

Noindex when Multiple Attribute Filters Applied - Enable this option to set the robots to the noindex values for multiple filters.

Automatically Add rel=“nofollow” to Filter Links when Required - Enable this option to automatically add rel=“nofollow” to the filter links.

Noindex for paginated pages - Set to Yes to set the robots to noindex for paginated pages.


Canonical URL Settings

You can set structure of canonical URLs for ‘key’-related (‘Canonical URL’ setting) and category (‘Category Canonical URL’ setting) pages:

1. If you choose a “Keep current URL” option for category page, the canonical URL will have all information and will look like:

http://www.your_store.com/category/URL_Key.html?all_get_parameters_displayed_in_state

For “all product” page it will look like on the example below:

http://www.your_store.com/URL_Key.html?all_get_parameters_displayed_in_state

Please keep in mind, that all toolbar parameters (list mode, order, dir, limit), except pagination, won’t be added to canonical URL.

You can customize the All Products Page URL in Stores→Configuration→Improved Layered Navigation→All Products.

2. If you select the “First attribute value” for category page, the canonical URL will look like this:

http://www.your_store.com/category/URL_Key.html?first_attribute_displayed_in_state

For “all product” it will be generated like this:

http://www.your_store.com/URL_Key.html?first_attribute_displayed_in_state

Please, note that attribute's position in URL depends on specified attribute priority.

3. With the “Current URL without get parameters” for both “all product” pages and categories, canonical URL will have SEO-friendly attributes and a filter key:

http://www.your_store.com/category/URL_Key/seo_friendly_attribute_displayed_in_state.html

4. If you choose the “Without filters” option for category page, canonical URL will miss all filters and toolbar attributes (except pagination). As an example:

http://www.your_store.com/category/URL_Key.html?p=x

5. With “Brand Filter only” option for category page, the canonical URL will have brand attribute value:

http://www.your_store.com/category/URL_Key.html?brand_attribute_displayed_in_state

6. If you select the URL Key Only For “all product” page, the canonical URL will look like specified in the example below:

http://www.your_store.com/URL_Key.html

SEO URLs Examples

Generate SEO URL’ option is enabled. The URL is clear and includes the selected attributes.

Generate SEO URL’ option is disabled.


Pagination Settings

To bring your web store SEO to a top tier, you may as well want to check out new Amasty SEO Toolkit for Magento 2.

Use Prev/Next Tags for Improved Navigation Pages - Enable this option to help Google properly index your paginated content.

Add Page Number to Meta Title - Enable the option to add page numbers to meta titles, for example, 'Gear | Page 5'. This will fasten the work of search crawlers and the index building process.

Add Page Number to Meta Description - Set the option to Yes to add page numbers to meta descriptions. For instance, 'Gear Description | Page 3'.


Custom URL Alias

To customize URL Alias for pages with filtered options make sure you set the 'Generate SEO URL' option to ‘Yes’ (Stores → Attributes → Product → choose necessary attribute and open Improved Navigation tab).

Then open the 'Properties' tab, select the necessary filter value, click on the Settings icon and specify a custom URL alias.

See a custom URL Alias for the ‘Hoodie’ attribute.


Category Tree

Tree Settings

To create a category tree please go to StoresProduct and select the ‘Categories’ attribute.

In the Attribute, Information menu open the Improved Layered Navigation tab and adjust the main Display Properties: position un the block, product quantities and search box display, number of unfolded options, and etc.

IMPORTANT: To add a particular category to a category tree make the category Anchor.

Render All Categories Tree - Specify to what extend the tree should be expanded.

  • Yes (Render Full Categories Tree);
  • No (For category filter tree customization);

Category Tree Depth - Specify the maximal level number for a category tree.

Render Categories Level - Indicate the level from which categories will be shown. There are 3 levels available:

  • Root Category
  • Current Category Level
  • Current Category Children
To get the Render Categories Level configuration available, you need to set the Category Tree Depth at 2 minimum, then press Enter button on the keyboard.

Subcategories View - For the Labels display type you can specify the subcategories view mode: Folding/Fly-Out.

Please, make sure all parent categories have set is_anchor flag

Category Tree Display Mode - Specify the mode for category tree presentation. You can display only text, only images, or both.

  • A sample of Show Labels & Images mode

See how the ‘Render category level’ feature works. The example is created for Women > Tops category.

Specify whether to allow or disallow the Multiselect option for the category tree.


Frontend Examples

Here is the example of the ‘Labels’ category tree with the Folding view type and enabled Multiselect.

Here is the example of the ‘Labels’ category tree with the Fly-Out view type and enabled Multiselect


Custom Pages

To create custom pages for specific filter results please go to ContentLayered NavigationCustom Pages.

Add Title & Description - Choose whether to replace category page metadata with your own info, or show it before/after category data.

Title - Specify the custom page title.

Description - Add the page description using the WYSIWYG editor.

Image - Choose and upload an image.

Please, keep in mind that for proper functioning image size should be less than the maximum size allowed by a server.

Top CMS Block -Select the CMS block on the base of which the page should be created.

NOTE: You can either select one of already existing CMS blocks or create a new one. To create a new CMS block please go to ContentElementsBlocks.

Meta Tags Tab - Specify meta title, description and keywords for each custom page you create.

IMPORTANT: Specify the Canonical Url when you're adding your custom navigation page to the sitemap with the XML Google Sitemap extension.

Categories & Store Views Tab - Select store views for which the page will be available. Choose categories products from which will be displayed on a custom page.

Filter & Filter Value - Select an attribute with its value. You can specify as many combinations (filter+value) as you need for a custom page. For instance, specify selection#1 with color-red and selection#2 with brand-puma to display only red puma items on a custom page.

See an example of a custom page with specific filter results.

API Methods

You can use Magento web API integrators to communicate with the Shop By Page functionality.

The following methods are available:

POST request - to create or update a resource;

GET request - to retrieve data from a server;

PUT request - to create or update a particular page;

DELETE request - to delete a particular page.

Infinite Scroll Settings

General Settings

To get the access to the “Infinite Scroll” settings please go to: Stores → Configuration → Amasty Extensions → Infinite Scroll In the Loading Type field:

  • Select None - module is disabled if you want to deactivate the functionality of the Infinite Scroll extension.
  • Select Automatic - on page scroll to activate the autoloading of the previous and next pages. The next and previous pages will be displayed as soon as you reach the end of the current page. The AJAX plugin provides the progressive enhancement of the next and previous pages to the existing page without a complete page refresh.
  • If you select Button - on button click you have the next and previous pages loaded automatically but they will be displayed only after you click the button.

In the Display Page Numbers field:

  • Choose Yes to display the pages separator with numbers. While scrolling down the list of products you will see the line separator with the page number. Select No to deactivate the separator and have the plain catalog list.

In the AJAX Progress Image Path field:

  • Insert the path to your own loading theme to customize your website. Choose what kind of loading wheels fits to your web store layout.

Customize buttons

With the Infinite Scroll extension, you can customize buttons at your taste.

  • Insert the text for the button that leads to the next page.
  • Customize your Next page button by specifying all necessary CSS parameters.

To customize the buttons and bars, you can set location, size, shape, and color, etc.
  • Enable/disable the Info bar that displays the current page number and the total pages count.
  • Specify the background color and other CSS styles (e.g. width, height) for your Info bar.
  • Place the Info bar in the most appropriate place on your page by inserting the offsets in pixels.

In this section you can specify CSS classes of blocks after which the module should load products, toolbars and pager. This is sometimes needed when standard classes are removed from custom design themes.

Catalog pages with buttons

Infinite Scroll for Magento 2 is fully compatible with Improved Layered Navigation for Magento 2.

Take a look at the Infinite Scroll smart navigation on the catalog pages. Load next and Info bar will significantly improve the customer experience.

The Back to Top button will ease your catalog navigation. You may enable or disable the page separator.

Find out how to install the Magento 2 Layered Navigation Premium via Composer.

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