2019-05-14 10:34:34 8 Comments

I am trying to list my products using WP_Query. I have used a query such as the following one:

$slider_products_q = new WP_Query([
     'posts_per_page'    => 8,
      'post__in'          => $slides_product_ids,
      'post_type'         => 'product',
      'orderby'           => 'date',
      'order'             => 'DESC'

It works perfectly, however when I want to access WooCommerce methods inside the loop such as get_html_price it becomes a bit tricky.

I have managed to handled it using this way, yet the performace is not good and the query takes about '0.7' seconds to load up.

This is how I loop though each item:

if ($slider_products_q->have_posts()):
       $product_id = get_the_ID();
       global $product;

Then I could call $product->get_price_html(); method.

I also did try to query products using Woocommerce methods but since they load up a lot of custom attributes the query takes even much more time.

Any suggestion of how to improve this?

By the way I only care about using Woocommerce methods such as get_price_html.
Attributes or custom terms are not necessary at all.


@LoicTheAztec 2019-05-14 16:57:18

The global $product; doesn't work in a custom WP_Query, instead use wc_get_product() like:

if ($slider_products_q->have_posts()):
       $product_id = get_the_ID();
       $product = wc_get_product($product_id);

       $price_html = $product->get_price_html()
       // ...

Now you can use any WC_Product methods on $product variable.

Alternatively, you could use a WC_Product_query.

@MMT 2019-05-15 07:13:08

If I use wc_get_product it will be disastrous, since another query is going to take place beside the WP_Query. I will try using WC_Product_query hope it does help, but if this method loads attributes while getting products, another massive query will happen considering my website have more that 20000 attributes in woocommerce.

@LoicTheAztec 2019-05-15 07:49:21

@MMT So use directly a WC_Product_Query instead. There is no other ways if you want to use methods as get_price_html()…

@MMT 2019-05-15 07:55:36

I will try it and inform you of the results.

@MMT 2019-05-15 12:49:15

I had tested your solution but mine was much faster

@LoicTheAztec 2019-05-15 16:07:18

@MMT What solution? Your question is not about a faster solution, but about how to use WC_Product methods on a WP_Query and in your code how to get the WC_Product Object… My answer answers that.

@MMT 2019-05-17 06:45:34

unfortunately @fuxia changed my original question

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