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    I am trying to configure Propulsion with WooCommerce so that my site has Product Category pages at full width, while keeping the rest of the site with a right column for widgets.

    I have “Default Page Layout” set to “right sidebar” so that all my regular pages have the right sidebar available.

    And I was hoping that by not adding widgets to the Shop Overview Page position, it would display full width, but it instead drags in the default Avia dummy widgets.

    I could create a new Dynamic Template Page Layout at full width but do not know how to apply it to Product Category pages.

    I feel like I am missing something simple, but I cannot see what…

    FYI, I am still using widgets on the Single Product pages.

    Any advice greatly appreciated.

    #104482

    Hi,

    So no sidebars on main shop page, and no sidebars on category pages. And have sidebars on product pages, correct? Since I can’t see your site,

    Please make sure you are using wp3.5, , current version of the theme propulsion 1.7 , and the latest version of the WooCommerce plugin so that the lines we refer to in our code match yours. Please let us know once that is done.

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #104483

    Yes, that sounds correct Nick

    I have…

    Propulsion 1.7

    WordPress 3.5.1

    WooCommerce 1.6.6

    Thanks.

    #104484
    #104485

    Hi Peter.

    That did not work for me, but I can see what it is supposed to be doing.

    So, I can tweak the CSS here to get that result, and would have done so, but thought I must have been missing something in the config that would accomplish the same.

    Thanks,

    Sean K.

    #104486

    No, the config.php will not help in this case. Of course you can use hooks, etc. to modify the woocommerce templates but tbh this is beyond the scope of this support forum. If the code didn’t work for you can try:

    .archive.woocommerce .container .template-shop.nine.units{
    width: 100% !important;
    }

    .archive.woocommerce .container .sidebar.three.units{
    display: none !important;
    }

    - maybe the media queries break the code.

    #104487

    Cool, thanks Peter.

    Got that sorted with CSS very similar to what you have there.

    Thanks again.

    #104488

    Glad that Peter got you back on track!

    Thanks,

    Nick

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