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Exactly how was the last request sorted? I’m getting the same list with the image appearing on the right upon rollover of the title. I’d rather have a category page of item thumbnails.
Thanks for the response. No, I mean I want the main navigation item to still reflect that you are within that section. Currently, if you go to either blog, Chairmaker’s Journal or News & Newsletters and click on a post title, the respective menu item will no longer be a different color. Because of this, as a visitor, you have no idea where you are on the Website. I would like the main menu item, “Chairmaker’s Journal” or “News & Newsletters” to still be a different color when you click on a post on those blogs. I would also like the blog title to be at the top of the post page so you have even more of an idea where you are with in the Website. Make sense? Currently, it’s not intuitive.
Can someone please help with this?
The site has been pushed live, so the link is now: http://www.boggscollective.com/category/chairmakers_journal/
Thanks for the walkthrough on how to add a sidebar to unique pages, however I knew about that method. Unfortunately, individual products pages do not show up in the list. Here’s an example of what I am trying to accomplish. There is one chair in our products that needs to have a list of downloadable PDFs in its sidebar, but they do not need to appear anywhere else on the Website. Currently, there is a single products widget, but anything you put in there ends up on all products. Can I get this to work the way I am requesting?
Thanks Nick. I’ve since learned that a related products widget does not exists and it’s a huge undertaking to tweak the PHP files to make it work. Seems very short sighted of Woo to not already have such a widget. Oh well.
Thanks Devin. Worked like a charm.
Really needing help with the right sidebar not hiding with the rest of the content. Haven’t found anything on this int eh forums. Any ideas?
Thanks for the response, Devin. Hiding the buttons and making the product thumbs the link worked like a charm. Thanks.
I added the CSS for the transparent background for product and shop pages to my custom.css file, but no dice. Any idea why?
Just realized that when I “hide sidebar & content” the right sidebar doesn’t hide. Example: http://www.boggscollective.com/boggs_version2/product/two-end-tables/
Thanks for this. Is there a way to turn off the animation for the “Show Details” button? Seem odd that it animates down now that the “Add to Cart” button is gone.August 3, 2012 at 9:43 pm in reply to: Preserve default Shop formatting on pages w/Woo shortcodes. #85730August 2, 2012 at 6:40 pm in reply to: Preserve default Shop formatting on pages w/Woo shortcodes. #85728
Thanks for the prompt response! It wold be awesome to have the width: 660px; globally applied to all WooCommerce pages. Is this possible? I’ll want them all to be uniform and if my client ever creates a new category page, it would be nice if they didn’t have to go do any CSS additions to make it look like the others. Is this possible?
For the life of me, I can’t get the individual pages that I set up to display like the default shop page. The thumbnails are smaller and the “Select Options” and “Show Details” buttons are all jacked up.
Using: [product_category category=”seating” per_page=”9″ columns=”3″ orderby=”title” order=”desc”] on the page.