Support » Plugin: WooCommerce Blocks » WooCommerce blocks on every page

  • Resolved Garry Rigby


    How can I get the blocks to appear on every page.
    I wanted the Hand-picked Products and Products by Category to appear on every page
    see image for example…

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Support darcie – a11n


    Hi @indigojones66!

    WooCommerce Blocks allows you to add WooCommerce features to posts and pages easily, but it does not redesign existing product pages. That would be more part of theme design instead. I would suggest investigating how to edit your theme or create templates to add to your theme. This would not use WooCommerce Blocks.

    If you are creating pages from the WordPress dashboard and don’t want to edit the site theme, one thing you might do with WooCommerce Blocks is to create reusable blocks. Creating your own hand-picked products and turning it into a reusable block to add to multiple pages would allow you to change the block once when you need to update, and the reusable block would update across all the pages where it is used.

    Did You Know About Reusable Blocks?

    Hope that helps to offer you two solutions!

    Thread Starter Garry Rigby


    thanks Darcie. I did make a custom header but the woocommerce block did not work in that. I shall investigate further. thank you again

    Thread Starter Garry Rigby


    Hi Darcie, I found a work around which works apart from one problem…
    I made a custom header and footer widget for my theme, then inserted a block widget in each one ~ Voilà.
    Only problem is a grey arrowhead appears top left of each image in the footer widget block ~ do you know what it means?
    It does not happen with blocks in the header widget.
    I copied and pasted the blocks from this page where it is all fine ~
    Image showing arrows:`

    Plugin Support nicw.a11n


    Hi @indigojones66

    It’s looking great.

    The arrows are being inherited from the style.css file in your theme, which is applying styling to make the arrows show up. You could remove them by adding this code to your custom CSS in the Custom CSS tab in Appearance > Customizer

    .widget ul li::before {
    	display: none !important;

    Read about how to add the code here.

    Thread Starter Garry Rigby


    Thanks very much it was driving me nuts. Have a good day. Regards Garry

    Plugin Support Aashik P – a11n


    Hello Garry,

    Glad we could help resolve this for you!

    I’ll mark this topic as solved for now. Please feel free to open a new topic if you have any other questions.

    Have a good one!

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