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June 26, 2019 at 17:16 UTC - Views: 35 #59987
I added a shop widget in widgets and changed the per page replacement primary widget to shop. Then I changed layout to Sidebars on Right and updated.
But the primary widget still shows up with blog links. What else must I do?
kirawagner.com/shopJune 26, 2019 at 17:47 UTC - Views: 39 #59988
Just to make sure we are speaking about the same thing
Widget per page replacement is done by widget area not widgets.
You create your custom Widget area by giving it a name at the bottom of Main Options > Sidebar & Layout page.
After that when you go to the Dashboartd > Widget page, you should see that custom Widget area, and you place your widgets In that Widget area.
Then On the page where you want to use it, you specify what widget area you want to replace (like primary widget area), and select your custom widget area for the replacement.
If that is what you have done, you need to make sure you cleared All your caches, if not the issue, deactivate ALL non weaver plugins to see if one is interfering
We also need a link to the pageJune 26, 2019 at 21:48 UTC - Views: 26 #59990
OK. I followed all your instructions. including removing non weaver plugins. Still not working even in chrome incognito.
Shop page now goes to home page but Reiki and Coaching work (haven’t added shortcode ye)June 27, 2019 at 00:28 UTC - Views: 21 #59992
That page appears to be an Archive page, there is no editing page for an archive page, so how would you have used the widget area replacement on that Page, given it is an option only available on the page editing pages??June 27, 2019 at 17:36 UTC - Views: 15 #59994
Thanks. I added a “shop-all” page which works but I still have a “shop page” description next to shop. Does THAT define an archive page? I am confused.June 27, 2019 at 22:01 UTC - Views: 14 #59996
Not following what you mean by “ but I still have a “shop page” description next to shop. ”
But the page http://kirawagner.com/shop/ is an Archive page automatically generated based I supposed on all the posts with the Shop categoryJune 28, 2019 at 21:09 UTC - Views: 5 #60005
So how do you know it’s an archive page?June 28, 2019 at 21:55 UTC - Views: 25 #60006
If you inspect the page HTML with your browser developer tool (F12), on the body tag, the classes are telling you that.
I see the following classes which seem to indicate this is a Woocommerce Archive page
archive post-type-archive post-type-archive-product wp-custom-logo wp-embed-responsive woocommerce woocommerce-page woocommerce-js single-author not-logged-in weaverx-theme-body wvrx-not-safari is-menu-desktop weaverx-page-woocommerce weaverx-sb-one-column vert-scrollbar is-menu-default is-desktop is-windows
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