as you guys can see here: http://zyanclothing.com some categories are called and added to a menu on the header… I updated the plugin and suddenly the code that was before stopped working and now I can see all the categories
This is the actual code that doesn’t works anymore:
<?php wpsc_start_category_query(array(‘parent_category_id’=> 0, ‘show_thumbnails’=> false, ‘show_name’ => true, ‘exclude’ => array(’53’,’57’,’58’))); ?>
Any idea on how to fix this?
I can see two horizontal menu bars.
One begins with
Best sellers 2012 Best sellers 2013 BEST SELLERS 2014
the other with
HOME ESTO ES ZYAN TIENDA
The top one has all the submenus already dropped down in Firefox and Chrome. So it looks mostly like a layout issue to me. I am not sure which categories you do not want to see! but maybe this part:
‘exclude’ => array(’53’,’57’,’58’)));
Hi whitelamp, thank you for replying.
Actually yes, that part needs updating but maybe it’s a syntax issue.
As I said before, that line of code worked great before and categories 53,57 and 58 are the ones I want to exclude from that array.
aldodager Did you find the solution to this?? The “exclude” part stopped working for me too…
Nope. I just removed some categories to patch things up. Stopped working when I updated WordPress and WP E-Commerce.
That was my problem too.
I thought of another way to achieve “not displaying specific product categories” in my product categories list.
In case someone finds it usefull..
I changed this (in wpsc-products_page.php, in my child theme):
<a href="<?php wpsc_print_category_url();?>" class="wpsc_category_grid_item <?php wpsc_print_category_classes_section(); ?>" title="<?php wpsc_print_category_name(); ?>"> <?php wpsc_print_category_image(get_option('category_image_width'),get_option('category_image_height')); ?> </a>
<a href="<?php wpsc_print_category_url();?>" class="wpsc_category_grid_item c<?php wpsc_print_category_id(); ?>" title="<?php wpsc_print_category_name(); ?>"> <?php wpsc_print_category_image(get_option('category_image_width'),get_option('category_image_height')); ?> </a>
Basically this makes it possible to give each “category” its own class.
So then, in my css file, I created a class .c11 and .c12 (11 and 12 is the IDs of the product categories I needed to axclude) and I put in that classes display:none;.
Not the right way maybe… but it gets the job done!
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