FacetWP is an advanced filtering and search plugin that allows you to create faceted search and filter options. The plugin is written by Matt Gibbs and is down right stellar. I gave it a quick run for this review and was very pleased with what I found.
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Users find what they’re looking for faster because only relevant filtering choices are shown. This leads to happier customers and increased sales.
Use your existing data
Facets use your site’s existing post types, custom fields, and taxonomies. FacetWP automatically works on your existing archive pages too.
FacetWP is ajax-based, so filtering happens quickly and without page refreshes. The plugin also uses an index table for extra speed.
Works with most themes
Add facets anywhere on your page using shortcodes or PHP. Other built-in features (pagination, sorting, user selections) are also just a shortcode away.
Lots of facet types
FacetWP includes many facet types, including checkboxes, dropdowns, date ranges, sliders, and even proximity (geolocation).
Developers can take advantage of the plugin’s many hooks for a high degree of customization.