Update on 13 Aug 2021: You may want to follow this method instead.
This members-only tutorial provides the steps to set up a search form that searches across WooCommerce products instead of the standard posts & pages and to show the results with pagination on the search results pages.
- enable HTML5 output for the search form
- customise the above HTML to set the post_type to
- get the posts_per_page value from WordPress settings page and use it to add pagination on search results pages. By default all products will appear without pagination.
Install and activate Code Snippets plugin.
Add a new Snippet.
Title: Enable HTML5 for Search and other elements
add_theme_support( 'html5', array( 'comment-list', 'comment-form', 'search-form', 'gallery', 'caption' ) );
Add another Snippet.
Title: Customize Search Form
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