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    I am using woocommerce 1.6.1 on wordpress 3.4.1

    I have tried adding text to the single product sidebar widget to test if it works. It does not. I want to add a sidebar to the single product pages so i can insert navigation. Help please


    Ok. Just found the sidebar content is underneath the product content-bottom left. So I suspect the ability to have a widget on a single product page was never allowed for in the theme. As the container css is all wrong.


    The shop template structure was changed in WooCommerce 1.6+ and Propulsion doesn’t support it yet. Ismael posted a quick fix here: (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -upgrading-woocommerce-161 however I’d downgrade to WooCommerce 1.5.8 because it’s fully compatible with Propulsion. Kriesi will release an update soon but I can’t give you an exact ETA yet.


    Hello, Using WordPress Version 3.5 and Woo commerce Version 1.6.6 (also tried 1.5.8 as suggested in this thread) and Propulsion 1.7

    I’m creating a propulsion theme ecommerce website and looking to create a permanent left sidebar navigation menu throughout the entire website. (product pages, gallaery, homepage) Right now the only page I cannot get to display the sidebar is the individual product pages.

    Any ideas? Is this something I could add through the quick CSS? Plugin?

    Thanks in advance.


    So I attempted to add a sidebar menu on a product page using the first method listed here: (Purchase code hidden if logged out) /

    I edited the “loop-page.php” doc replacing everything with “<?php woocommerce_content(); ?>” this successfully replaced all sidebars on other pages, but STILL won’t display on the product page. Do you have any solution for this issue?

    I am not afraid to do some coding which seems necessary.

    Any suggestions would be much appreciated.



    I can stick a left sidebar in there, but it will create an empty space elsewhere (right of the image) and on smartphones the sidebar would come before the actual item. Look here please ->

    Ok. Just please remember its up to you to test it, since this is a hack.

    1) add this to your Quick CSS or to custom.css

    #top.single-product  .units.alpha {
    clear: right !important;

    and on line 303 of config.php in /config-woocommerce/ folder inside the theme add the line below


    If you already moved things around that file, just for reference, this is how the line above should be placed related to the name of the function (see below)

    function avia_woocommerceproduct_prev_image($post)
    global $avia_config, $product;
    $extraClass = avia_post_meta('zoom_lightbox');

    Yes. I think that’s it. Though again, it will look just like the image above.



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