Is there a plugin, technique, or combination of plugins/techniques that will allow me to do the following?

My channels are like this:

Parent: Product

Children: Colour, Size, Style, etc.

A search form with user-selectable fields such as these (or indeed hard-coded navigation menu links) - some of the fields are relationship fields:





Min Price

Max Price

Stock status

..which would presumably result in a string such as ?size=M&min-price=100&stock-status=Y (or perhaps /medium/100/Y)

And then a results page with logic such as this:


product="product" AND product_colour="colour" AND product_size="size" etc.



Also, apparently I would need the conditional to parse early, as I'm displaying the resultant data in a grid that depends on a Switch tag to add closing divs to rows.

Would be v grateful for any pointers, however general they may be.

  • Exist conditional modules capable to parse early: switchee and ifelse. Look at devot-ee.com.
    – Stéphane
    Mar 1, 2014 at 23:46

2 Answers 2


Try the Wires addon. Mark, who created switchee and ifelse, is yet writing the docs and improving the code, but, by my tests, it's stable.

  • Thank you - that looks promising, though seems I might have to learn stash and low search at the same time - might take me a while... Mar 3, 2014 at 17:38
  • I believe you don't need stash, but just to mix @low answer and mine.
    – Sobral
    Mar 3, 2014 at 19:37
  • Thanks Robson - as below, in the end I found Refine did what I wanted off-the-shelf, though Wires certainly looks interesting and I'll keep it in mind for the future. Thanks for your help. Mar 9, 2014 at 18:17

You're basically just looking for a way to filter down channel entries based on a filled out form. Take a look at either Solspace's Super Search or my own Low Search. Both should be up for the job.

  • Thanks - I noticed both of those modules and did wonder if they might be appropriate. Out of interest, would the new built-in Template Routes function address my problem? Mar 3, 2014 at 17:40
  • Not really. The Routes look at URI segments. If you submit a form using GET, you won't get those values in the URI, but in the query string instead. So you'd still need a module of some sort to catch the form submit and change it to a segmented URI. That's why you're probably better off using one of the before mentioned search add-ons.
    – Low
    Mar 4, 2014 at 7:36
  • After some further hunting I found that the Reefine module does pretty much exactly what I need. Thanks v much for your help, and I'll certainly consider Low Search should I need to do something similar next time (btw thanks for your Yearly Archives module - was perfect for another issue I had.) Mar 9, 2014 at 18:13

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