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  • #155300

    bidnbuy
    Customer

    Hello,

    Please refer to the support question in the attached file.

    Thanks

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    #155363

    Hello,

    1) You can edit those per page variations values from Theme Settings >> Shop >> Products grid >> Products per page variations. But you can not edit those links because there is no such option yet. To avoid the page redirection you can enable the ajax for your shop from Theme Settings >> Shop >> Ajax Shop.

    2) You can edit the shop page sidebar from Appearance >> Widgets >> Shop page widget area. You can create your own custom filter for on sale products.

    Also you can create a custom Sidebar from Dashboard > Sidebars. Then add the widgets accordingly. You can find the widget you need: https://gyazo.com/da0044f20f569f8a1273b0443610950e

    OR

    You can create your custom filter for on sale products in html block and then add the shortcode of that html block in some specific product category. So that the category will show only sale products.

    HTML BLOCK: https://jmp.sh/oLtacQd
    ShortCode in Category description: https://jmp.sh/BiuwZyZ
    Sidebar: https://jmp.sh/aK4Sf3J
    Result: https://jmp.sh/o5Awpd8

    Best Regards.

    #155549

    bidnbuy
    Customer

    Thanks for your response. However, I’m still not getting the output to match you have have outlined and shown in your screen shot.


    – I am not 100 sure what code goes into the ‘shortcode’ attribute shown in [HTML BLOCK: https://jmp.sh/oLtacQd%5D
    – Are the 2 products manually assign to the “OnSale” category shown in [ShortCode in Category description: https://jmp.sh/BiuwZyZ%5D

    Thanks

    #155644

    Hello,

    Actually, if you select the shortcode in the filter attribute while creating the HTML block here https://jmp.sh/oLtacQd then when you add the shortcode in the Product category description while edit the product category then shortcode auto pick the data from HTML block which you have created.

    Also, yes you have to select the attribute manually from Edit the products in which you want to show this on sale attribute.

    Best Regards.

    #155762

    bidnbuy
    Customer

    Hello,

    What’s still not 100% clear is the creation of the shortcode which you’re referencing as the value for the attribute.

    Can you provide step-by-step instructions:

    – I see ‘shortcode’ as an option in the Attribute drop-down- but is ‘shortcode’ added under Product > Attribute like you would add ‘color, size, brand’. I did it that way without any luck
    – what’s the exact content that goes into the ‘shortcode’ which is being reference in Filter Attribute Settings

    I appreciate you sharing the screen shots, but maybe the creating a video would be more helpful in explaining the process.

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    #155895

    Hello,

    So it means you only want to show the sidebar widget with “On sale products filter”, which means when the customer clicks on the “On sale filter” the page will show and pick all the “On sale products” from the site automatically, right? If yes then you can try with the below plugin on your site, and check will you achieve what you want with this plugin or not: https://wordpress.org/plugins/gm-woo-product-list-widget/

    If you do not want to use the 3rd party plugin then there is no option in the theme to achieve this automatically. But there is one way you can do it using the steps listed below, I already set it on your site by using the below listed steps:

    1. Create the New category with name “On Sale”.
    2. Assign the products to that category manually by editing the products which are on sale.
    3. Then Show that category on the sidebar with Product Category Widgets in the sidebar.
    4. Then you will get the result on the frontend, when the custom click the on sale product category then it will show the on sale products.

    I hope it is clear now.

    Note: You can try with any third party plugins or the above given third party plugin at your own risk, as we do not tested the third party plugins with the Theme officially, and we do not provide our dedicated support for any of the third party plugin issue because it requires Customization.

    Best Regards.

    #156625

    bidnbuy
    Customer

    Thanks for your recommendation on the 3rd party plugin. None of the solutions are ideal as I would prefer not to have to manually add the products to an fictitious “sale products” category. This seems more of a feature for the core WordPress product team to address as oppose to XTemos.

    Regards.

    #156698

    Most Welcome,

    I have test your site and noticed that the on sale option in your product categories list filters the on sale products correctly.

    Screenshot for clarification: https://jmp.sh/YFUiTpQ

    Feel free to write back for further assistance.

    Best Regards.

    #156727

    bidnbuy
    Customer

    That’s correct- the “on sale” option in my product categories does list filters the on sale products correctly.

    The solution provided previously by your support team is not the most ideal approach but we can work with the outcome for now.

    Regards.

    #156748

    Hello

    I’m glad that you find another way to display on sale products. You are the best.

    We will try to provide an option in our nearest future release of theme. So the on sale products can also directly filter out without following the lengthy way.

    Best Regards.

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