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  • #170259

    bidnbuy
    Customer

    Hello,

    How can I accomplished the functionality outlined in the attached image. Is it possible with your theme, or can you recommend a compatible plugin if it can be done easily from your theme settings?

    Regards.

    #170272

    Hello,

    You have not attached the image, please try to attach.

    Best Regards

    #170279

    bidnbuy
    Customer

    My apologies. File size was over 512K

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    #170291

    Hello,

    You need to create the product categories in Dashboard > Products > Categories https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/managing-product-taxonomies/

    Then when you create a product you assign the product to the “Home and Garden” category.

    When you select the category the products related to this category will appear. If you want to show both sub-categories and products, you can configure that in Appearance > Customize > Product catalog.

    Best Regards

    #170309

    bidnbuy
    Customer

    Hello,

    Thanks for your response but maybe my question wasn’t clear enough. We’re capable of creating the product’s taxonomy and adding products to the desired categories. What isnlt working correctly with the theme is the displaying of the categories when viewing the results on the shop page.

    Currently the shop page just displays all the categories created under Products > Categories [unless we instruct not to show categories which are empty.] We need to show ONLY the categories that are relevant to the category-term referred in the URL and/or the products on the page.


    For the URL- https://bidnbuy.auction/bnb-product-category/home-garden/. The category-term is “home-garden”. Therefore the category filter on the shop page should reflect what is displayed in the attached image.

    Regards.

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    #170342

    Hello,

    The shop page shows all the products and categories and it is the way Woocommerce work, our theme cannot influence or change that. You can configure showing only categories, or only products or categories and products, however, when you enter the shop page, Woocommerce does not know which category you are going to select and it cannot show the empty page till you chose.

    Best Regards

    #170455

    bidnbuy
    Customer

    Gotcha. Thank you.

    #170482

    You are welcome! If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

    Best Regards

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