I want to determine a category-oriented attribute.
For example: There is a category called Electronics> Phone> Mobile Phone. There is also another category called Women's Fashion> Clothing> T-shirt.
However, there are two different attributes named Color and RAM. If the vendor chooses the Mobile Phone subcategory while adding a product, only the attribute named Color should appear below. However, if it chooses the T-shirt sub-category, Color should appear. If it selects the Mobile phone subcategory, only the attribute named RAM should appear.
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I also want to add this.
Imagine searching in the category section on the Vendor product add page.
Only matching characters appear in the search results.
For example, there are Women's Fashion, Men's Fashion and Kids Fashion Main Categories.
All of these have a T-shirt subcategory. If the vendor searches for T-Shirts while adding products, three T-shirts will appear. So, main categories do not appear in the search result. What I want is that the Main Categories appear as well. For example, if you search for T-shirts in the scenario above, the search results should look like this:
Women's Fashion> T-Shirt
Men's Fashion> T-Shirt
Kids Fashion> T-Shirt
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