January 4, 2022 at 09:36 UTC - Views: 36 #70157
I have activated ‘Hide Footer Area:Single View’ on all of my woocommerce product posts.
I need to reverse this action on all of them, and there are many.
I there a way to do this without editing them individually?January 4, 2022 at 14:30 UTC - Views: 30 #70159WeaverKeymaster
It woud depend on how you activated the hide footer option. I’ve not had muchexperience on mutiple products. If you used the Weaver Xtreme per post option on each and every product as you edited/created them, then the only way to undo that is to do it that way again – undo it for each and every product/post.
If you did it using the global option, then you should just be able to undo that one setting.
A link to your site with specific examples of posts you need to change would be helpful.January 4, 2022 at 15:01 UTC - Views: 28 #70161Private ReplypaharmsParticipantThis reply has been marked as private.January 4, 2022 at 17:55 UTC - Views: 27 #70163
What weaver meant is a link to a product page showing the issue.
You also have not answered where you activated that option, on each post editing page, or in a single global option?
But we need a link to a public product page to check how the hide is implementedJanuary 4, 2022 at 19:37 UTC - Views: 24 #70165
Initially, I set one product page up and hid the footer using the Weaver option. I then used the WordPress option ‘Copy to a new draft’ to edit the rest of the products.
Here is a link to one of the products
Many thanksJanuary 4, 2022 at 20:02 UTC - Views: 23 #70166
I do not understand, as on the page you gave me, the footer is there, with a footer HTML area that holds the text All right reserved.
So can you be very specific about which exact option in the Post editing page you checked (give the full path to it like Xtreme options for this post > Post Single page option ….) ?January 4, 2022 at 20:22 UTC - Views: 22 #70167
I hope that this helps
January 4, 2022 at 20:42 UTC - Views: 25 #70168
- I used the Weaver Xtreme Options->Post Single Options->Hide Footer Area
- The “ll Rights Reserved” is set by using Weaver Xtreme Options->Footer->Footer HTML->Footer HTML Content
- I created content for the footer (after purchasing Xtreme Plus) using Widgets->Footer Widget Area. You can view this content at https://www.digivid.co.za
Unfortunately, this means the only way to unhide the widget area would be to edit each post editing page.
If that is way too much work, there would be an alternate solution which would be to recreate the content of the footer widget area inside a single widget, then use the Widget Shortcode plugin to insert that widget with a shortcode in the footer HTML area. After that you could get rid of the footer widget area all together.
To recreate the content of the footer widget area inside a single widget, you could either use the Plus Flex column widget, or the widget block editor.
Below is a guide article of how to use the Plus Flex column widgetJanuary 4, 2022 at 20:52 UTC - Views: 16 #70169
Thank you for your patience and help!
I will attack this in the morning.January 4, 2022 at 21:05 UTC - Views: 15 #70170
There may be a much easier way to solve your problem.
Try moving the content of the footer widget area into the Sitewide bottom Widget area that may actually give you the same look, and if not post back with it in place and what would need changing.January 4, 2022 at 21:22 UTC - Views: 18 #70171
And in order to keep the same layout in the Sitewide Bottom Widget area as you had in the footer widget area, you will need to set the same layout option you set for the footer widget area in Main Options > Sidebar and layout > Bottom Widget area
or if using the customizer:
Customizing ▸ Layout > Sidebars & Widget Areas > Bottom Widget AreasJanuary 5, 2022 at 05:46 UTC - Views: 6 #70176
2 minutes to read your response
5 minutes to do what you suggested
And my headache is gone!
Thank you so much!
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