ResolvedMaking custom fields appear?

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  • #29699
    bpotter
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    Hi,

    I’ve set up my website as a gallery to showcase my art, and the one thing missing from the front page main gallery is the size info for each piece.
    Apparently WooCommerce can’t show product attributes in the shop page, so I have to figure out how I can get the sizes under each painting. Preferably under the title.
    There are plugins, but they are too expensive for me at the moment.

    IS there something that can be done with the custom fields?
    There are two names for custom fields in the dropdown menu: “attribute_pa_painting-size” & “attribute_pa_size”. I gave a value (71cm x 61cm) for the custom field “attribute_pa_painting-size”, but nothing appeared on the front page of my site.

    Or maybe something can be done with CSS?

    What I thought would be a basic thing- adding text under the post title- is turning out to be a headache.

    Any advice would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

    #29722
    Althemist
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    Well, it’s not entirely impossible, but definitely not an “easy fix”. Also, if you have a lot of different sizes for each product it could be a nightmare on the front-end.

    Here you can find a guide on how it can be done:

    https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/279344/display-available-size-on-hover-in-woocommerce-shop-page

    Hope this helps.

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