This example uses the operator “IN AND”: The list shows posts, that have at least one tag among the selected tags of each group. That means, we use the operator “IN” (= “among”) for tags of each group, and “AND” on the group level. For example: (tag 1 or tag 2 or tag 3 from group 1) and (tag 4 or tag 5 or tag 6 from group 2) and …
This filter is useful if you want to narrow down a list of products: Pick your size and your favorite colors, and see which products match. Or organize your portfolio of photos: Visitors select a shooting location and image sizes and choose between landscape, portrait, interior and so on.
The “static taxonomy” below restricts the filter on a category that contains only those sample posts. The parameter “include” reduced the scope of tag groups.
[tag_groups_dpf static_taxonomy="category" static_terms="12" operator="IN AND" include="1,2,3"]