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    Marsha Hartman
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    I am using the Genesis Framework & WooCommerce. I would like the fishtail theme to show up on every page for my woocommerce products. I have multiple categories. How do I do this? I created my generic shortcode and I did watch the video on replacing the loop but I don’t know which file I should be editing? I saw you offer a function too, but I do not know how to implement this on my own. Help? =)

    #7431 Reply

    Masonry Guy
    Keymaster

    Hi Marsha,

    What you can do is copy your category.php file from theme and rename it as archive-product_cat.php. And then there, remove the default loop and place the generic shortcode.

    This should meet you requirement.

    If you have any issue, please do let us know.

    Thanks

    #7439 Reply

    Marsha

    Hi There,

    The only category.php file I have is in /wp-includes/category.php. My base theme (Genesis Framework), my child theme, and WooCommerce don’t have category.php.

    I looked into replacing the default loop for the Genesis Framework and WooCommerce, but the codes in those files aren’t like the one in the demonstration video.

    I was able to use the shortcode using Genesis Simple Hooks plugin but now I have duplicate content.
    See Screenshot: http://couponingincanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/screencapture-couponingincanada-ca-product-category-pets-1442256498599.png

    Also, the homepage (Shop Loop with all products & categories) doesn’t display the Masonry plugin.

    #7464 Reply

    Masonry Guy
    Keymaster

    Hi Marsha,

    I haven’t worked much with Genesis theme. So i am not sure where category.php of their theme lies. Any chance you can ask with Genesis support and tell them you need to place shortcode in-place of the default WordPress loop. They may send some clue and might help here.

    Thanks

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