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  • Ariel H.

    Hi Nick,

    Thank you for reaching out to us.

    To achieve this, you'll need to create a menu for your product categories. 


    Once done, you can use the menu element on your page to display these categories on your WooCommerce pages.

    Please give this a try and let me know how it goes.

    Best regards,
    Ariel H.

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  • Nick Grant

    Hi Ariel

    I don't have this option for the Woocommerce category in the menu. Can you advise?

    How do I display all items in the shop?

    Can you tell me how to also get the search and other stuff on the sidebar related to Woocommerce, search, filter by price, and filter by size?

    Nick

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  • Nick Grant

    Hi Ariel 

    How can I get the image all the same size?

    Nick

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  • Ariel H.

    Hi Nick,

    Thank you for the update.

    Please ensure that you add your product categories by following the steps on this guide - https://woo.com/document/managing-product-taxonomies/

    By default, if product filters is not used, it will display all products.

    To create a search the search function, you can add a Product Archive with search display conditions as shown on this example.

    However, by default Brizy's search feature is based on the WordPress search function. When you set up a product search, the results may include not only products but also the home page, checkout page, and other pages. If you want to customize the search to exclusively include products, you may need to install a search plugin. You can explore this list of search plugins and choose one that suits your requirements - https://www.wpbeginner.com/showcase/12-wordpress-search-plugins-to-improve-your-site-search/

    Unfortunately, Brizy lacks the advanced filter functionalities you mentioned. In such cases, a premium plugin like YITH WooCommerce Ajax Product Filter may be necessary. This plugin is known to work seamlessly with Brizy. Feel free to check out the YITH premium plugin demo here - https://plugins.yithemes.com/yith-woocommerce-ajax-product-filter-food/shop/filter_session/

    To ensure that the product images have equal sizes, you can follow these steps:

    1. Select the image in the product archive element.
    2. Click on the cog icon.
    3. Set the height and width to 100%.
    4. If needed, experiment with these settings until you achieve the desired size.


    I hope this information proves helpful.

    Best regards,
    Ariel H.

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  • Nick Grant

    Hi Ariel 

    Thank you for you help.

     

    I can't get the YITH wishlist stuff to work on Brizy. Can you help please?

     

    Nick

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  • Ariel H.

    Hi Nick,

    Thank you for the update.

    Please add the YITH wishlist shortcode using the shortcode element in your single product template as shown below:

    This is documented on this link - https://docs.yithemes.com/yith-woocommerce-wishlist/free-settings/shortcodes/

    Please try this and let me know how it goes.

    Best regards,
    Ariel H.

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  • Nick Grant

    Hi Ariel 

    I have used the shortcodes for these things. how can i change the color from white in the screen shot?

    NIck

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  • Ariel H.

    Hi Nick,

    Thank you for the update. Could you please provide us with the URL so we can inspect it? Rest assured, we won't publish it on this forum if you prefer to keep it private.

    Meanwhile, if this block was made with Brizy, you can use the color picker tool to copy the background from other elements, as demonstrated in this screencast: https://jmp.sh/v/KgpifCqrM0x1Hr0cQXdg

    Best regards,
    Ariel H.

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  • Nick Grant

    Hi Ariel

    I hope you are well ?

    How can I make the shortcode images from Wocommerce bigger?

    Nick

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  • Ariel H.

    Hi Nick,

    Thanks for reaching out.

    It looks like you're using a custom widget to display your products. The plugin you're using might have an option to adjust the image size. If not, you may need some custom CSS to enlarge the images.

    Please check the settings of the plugin that generated the shortcode to see if there's an option to increase the product image size. Otherwise, provide the URL so we can explore using CSS to adjust the image size.

    Best regards,  
    Ariel H.

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  • Nick Grant

    Hi 

    Is there another way to add these shop items without using a shortcode\|?

    Nick

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  • Ariel H.

    Hi Nick,

    You can use the product element on any page. Within this element, you have the option to filter the products that you wish to display on the page.

    Please give this a try and feel free to reach out if you have any additional questions.

    Best regards,
    Ariel H.

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  • Nick Grant

    Hi Ariel 

    I tried your way but the images done seem to be pulling through, any idea why that is?

    Nick

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  • Ariel H.

    Hi Nick,

    Please try setting the image to "Original" and see if this makes any difference.


    Best regards,
    Ariel H.

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