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  • #137478
    Fabian Cosmann

    Hi Tom,

    I try to design the shop page of woocommerce. Unfortunatly, sections are not working. Is there a way to add sections to woocommerce pages?

    I then tried another way. I’m using a GP child theme with files from Exhibit.
    I copied the archive-product.php to my child theme and modified it. It did not work.
    I then copied the woocommerce.php from GP to my child theme and modified this file and it worked – but all changes are now on all woocommerce pages.
    I found out, that woocommerce.php has priority before archive-product.php.
    So my question is, can I delete woocommerce.php? Or how can I modify just the shop page?

    Thank you
    Fabian

    #137524
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    You can enable the Sections add-on on WooCommerce products like this: https://generatepress.com/forums/topic/sections-in-woocommerce-product-page/#post-131479

    Let me know if you need more info 🙂

    #137575
    Fabian Cosmann

    Hi Tom,

    thank you for your quick answer.
    I added it to my GP-Child functions.php

    I’ve seen, that this hook only enables sections for the single product pages but not for the shop page.
    Unfortunately, after enabling sections on a single product page, all formatting was lost, too large product image and side bar moved at the end of the page… and no section was visible… 🙁

    #137630
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Ah, it definitely won’t work for the shop page – there would be no way for the products and the sections to work together.

    You could alternatively create a regular page, and then use the WooCommerce shortcodes to show products within each section?

    #137688
    Fabian Cosmann

    Thanks for your reply.
    To sad, that the shop page could not be go together with sections.

    But I copied the woocommerce.php from the GP folder to my child them folder. I now can change the layout in the way that I put a banner after the header() call.

    But now, this modification is also on every single page.

    I would like to copy the product-archive.php to modify the shop page. But in order to get this working, I have to delete the woocommerce.php.
    Is there a reason for GP to use the woocommerce.php?

    Whats going wrong with the single pages if used the hook and the sections?

    #137797
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    The woocommerce.php file basically allows the sidebar on the WooCommerce pages to display properly in GP.

    The way WooCommerce sets up their plugin to work with other themes is.. interesting. So it requires themes like GP to add this custom file in order to display it properly (all themes have to do this).

    However, adding a product-archive.php file (if that’s the correct name of the file they specify) should work perfectly for archives.

    Make sure you’re adding the file using the correct structure in the child theme – they have more on that here: http://docs.woothemes.com/document/template-structure/

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