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Last updated by Shane 11 months, 1 week ago.

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I am trying to: Display Parent Categories

Link to a page where the issue can be seen: hidden link

I expected to see: The Subcategories displayed on the top of the page before the divider

Instead, I got: Nothing displays.


I was helped a while back to get my shop to show subcategories. It was working great right up to the point where I had to update the Toolset plugins. Then the whole thing broke. The shop page did not display anything at first. I had to change things around to get that back up, but as you can see the shop grid no longer displays the subcategories on the top of the page.



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Hi Cristian,

I see the issue. However I believe this is a bug.

Would you mind if I took a copy of the site to have a further look?

Also In order to resolve the issue you can add the view contend directly to the view loop rather than using a content template in the view.

Looking forward to hearing from you.



Yes, please make a copy of the site for you to troubleshoot. I also believe it's a bug since it was working and now it is not.


Which view are you talking about? I can definitely change that if it fixes the issue.



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The issue is on this view here hidden link

Just move the contents out of the content template, directly to the view loop.

Replace each instance of

[wpv-post-body view_template="loop-item-in-product-subcategory-views"]


<div class="category-box">
  <div class="product-thumb"><a href="[wpv-taxonomy-url]"><img src="[wpv-woo-productcategory-images]"></a></div>

This should be a suitable workaround while I investigate the issue further with out team.



This indeed fixed the issue. So the bug is in the way views bring in the content template? I will leave this issue as unresolved, so you can provide me feedback. But Shane, thank you once again. I would have not attempted this.



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