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This is the function I want to call

function test() {
echo "test";
add_filter('loop_shop_per_page', create_function('$cols', 'return 24;'));

And I call it like this

<?php test() ?> 

So it shows me the "test" text but not make the "filter"

To be more specific, I want to show a dropdown with this options :10, 20, 30 so I can sort the list of products on a woocommerce site.

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closed as off-topic by helgatheviking, s_ha_dum, toscho Nov 19 '13 at 2:50

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