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I have a custom post type called "product" and I want to hide an specific widget only if the post type is "product" I was trying with something like this:

<?php function hidewidget() {
   $args = array(
   'name' => 'product'
   );
   $output = 'objects';
   $post_types = get_post_types( $args, $output );
   return $post_types; } 
   $widhide = hidewidget(); 
?>

   <?php 
      if ($widhide = 'product') {
      } else { 
   ?>
    <div class="widgetclass"><?php dynamic_sidebar( 'filters' ); ?></div>
   <?php } ?>

The problem is the following: this function just return the name, I can't do anything with the name.

I need to call a function wich return a page with an specific kind of post.

It's possible in wordpress? any other solution to hide that div on the product detail page in woocommerce?

pd: I can't remove .widgetclass it needs to be there, I try with a plugin "widget display" to hide the widget but the .widgetclass div was still appearing obviously.

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You could just check if it's the specific post_type..

if (is_singular( 'product' ) ) {
   //do nothing if it's a singular product page
}else{
  <div class="widgetclass"><?php dynamic_sidebar( 'filters' ); ?></div>
{

Make sure that the actual post type is just "product" and isn't namespaced.

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I would use Widget Logic plugin and use the conditional inside the field:

! is_singular( 'product' )

This will show up on all but single product pages.

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Add a conditional after the function name in the code which calls your widget.

if ( is_singular( 'product' ) ) 
    return:

Or

if ( ! is_singular( 'product' ) ) 

Uses the ! NOT Logical operator with the is_singular conditional tag

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