I'm building my first Shopify store and I thought this was a beginners mistake - but it looks a bug in Shopify that has been there for years based on other threads in this forum.
All my products that need to be live are live. They were all created the same way - I built one product then duplicated it for all the others.
All of my collections work, except for one. I have tried recreating the collection. Tried building it manually, tried building it automatically - the same thing happens every time. Inside the Collections edit screen I can see the products that should be in the collection - so Shopify is parsing the data correctly at this stage. But when I go to view the collection I get this error message:
Sorry, there are no products matching your search.
But as you can see, Shopify knows they exist in this collection.
Any ideas on why this bug has continued for so many years, and any other errors that I should be aware of before I switch from my woocommerce site - never had a bug like this.
Wow. Thanks for your serious bud description.
I have exactly the same question and problem, also similar context.
Starting a shop, made few collections from scratch now populated with products, all went well after a few problems starting up...
And then, ceratin products (x2) will not show on the published page (they do parse into the edit collection panels).
Anything anyone? Would be great for me to decide whether Shopify is solid enough - worth investing money and time?.....
If this is a Bug, please notify the Bug manager - where can I report a bug?
Hi, I had kinda the same problem with showing my new collection item... broke my head over it and found a solution to my problem:
When updating the navigation menu I had added some tags to the url!!! image attached. This prevented from showing anything (no file with those tags).
I deleted the input and Whops! It works!