To start using Color Filters for WooCommerce plugin you need to create at least one color filter. To create the color filter, you need to access the control panel of Color Filters for WooCommerce plugin. You can find it located as submenu item on WooCommerce Products menu (WordPress admin panel sidebar menu).
Color Filters for WooCommerce plugin control panel is very similar to WordPress post categories page. It works almost in the same way. To create a color filter, please input color name, slug name, set parent dependence, write a short description and select color from color picker.
Please don’t duplicate names for your colors. You can leave slug name field empty, and it will be generated automatically from the color name. If you want to set your slug name for the color filter, you should avoid capital letters, space between symbols and incompatible symbols (keep in mind that slug name used as part of a link to the color filter result page). If you have several shades of particular color, you set parent dependencies for those color filters (for example, if you have light red, dark red color filters, you can create parent filter named as RED and set those two color filters mentioned before as sub-filters for the parent filter RED). The description isn’t required, but we suggest that you write one for each color. And finally, you can select a matching color for your color filter by using color picker, or you can insert HEX color code directly to the color code field near the color picker. Don’t forget to add hash sign “#” before any color code.