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Does anyone know if there is a conflict when using WordPress Conditional Logic plugin with WooCommerce and Genesis and the Genesis Connect for WooCommerce plugin? It seems to not be working for me. I want to get certain WooCommerce widgets to appear only on shopping related pages, but it's not working for me.
I want to use Widget Logic specifically.
It also doesn't seem to work when using Genesis Simple Sidebars - for some reason the main shopping page won't 'take' those instructions from the plugin or settings.
For example, how do we get rid of product categories on the sidebar this page? http://126.96.36.199/~a348/shoofoo/category/blog/ - this is a category
This does not work: !is_category()
Curious if anyone has found a solution for this?
I did try the WooCommerce specific conditional tags. And things listed here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Conditional_Tags
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As you posted this a while ago, I hope you were able to get your issue resolved. If you were, please mark this thread as "resolved", so I can close it.
If it is not resolved, check back in, and I will investigate/escalate further.
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