June 21, 2020 at 2:39 am #14252
I’ve just added a new product to my store. My Store page is set up in a 3 across grid view. There is a space at the end of the last row of my page for one more product, but the store did not use it and went to a second page. I’m afraid this new product may get missed, since there’s a space at the bottom, as if the products end. How can I make this new product end up on the first page?
Here is the page where you can see what I mean: [ivanscooking.com/the-pantry]
Here is the code I’m using on that page: [wp_eStore_show_all_products style=13 order=1 type=0]
Here are the codes I’m using to style the page under Additional CSS:
font-size: 14px !important;
font-size: 16px !important;
height: 60px !important;
color: #ffffff !important;
I’m using WP 5.4.2 and the WP eStore plugin 8.0.5June 21, 2020 at 9:36 pm #80710wzpModerator
I don’t believe “type=0” is valid for the [wp_eStore_show_all_products] shortcode:
…but, FYI, the page limit should be 25 items.June 22, 2020 at 1:31 am #80711
the “type=0” has been working fine. i’m using it so that i don’t have a buy button in each product box. I would prefer customers to go directly to the product page, rather than buying from the store page. i just tried removing it and the buy button shows in each box.
perhaps you didn’t look at the store page. there aren’t 25 products on page. there’s just an empty box at the bottom where the new product should go, but instead it went to a second page.
can you help me with that?June 22, 2020 at 3:14 am #80712wzpModerator
I *did* look at the store page. I was saying there should’ve been enough room for your 21 products, because looking at the php code for the shortcode, says up to 25 can fit on a page. That’s why I asked about the “type=0” you were using.June 22, 2020 at 7:12 am #80713
ok, so what can i do to get that last product on the first page, rather than there being an empty slot, and it going to a second page? as i mentioned above when i take the “type=0” off it adds an unwanted buy button to each box, throws off the alignment of all the boxes on the page, and still goes to a second page.
are you saying that the “type=0” is what’s causing the product to go to a second page? i don’t understand why that would be. since i can use type to indicate a buy button, the only way i have found to eliminate the button completely is by using 0. is there another way of doing it?June 22, 2020 at 7:53 am #80714adminKeymaster
What value do you have in the following settings page of eStore? That one controls how many entries goes on each page:
WP eStore settings -> Products Per Page Limit
Most like you have entered a value of 20 there so it is showing 20 products then going to the next page.
type=0 is not a valid property for that shortcode but if you are using it for some other reasons thats fine. However, that property has nothing to do with the “items per page” issue.June 22, 2020 at 9:59 pm #80715
thank you soo much! that’s exactly what i needed! i set up this store a couple of years ago and had totally forgotten about that setting. my fault entirely. i should have looked over those settings before paying the $40 to renew my support.
i don’t know why that wasn’t mentioned in the first reply. i really appreciate your help.
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