- September 11, 2015 at 5:37 pm #7369Marsha HartmanParticipant
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? =)September 14, 2015 at 4:28 pm #7431Masonry GuyKeymaster
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.
ThanksSeptember 14, 2015 at 6:54 pm #7439MarshaGuest
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.September 15, 2015 at 3:39 pm #7464Masonry GuyKeymaster
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.