Hide div in sidebar depending on number of WooCommerce products

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Is it possible to hide a div in the left sidebar depending on how many WooCommerce products are displayed?

Let's say the div in the sidebar is called 'last-img' and the number of products would have to be > 9 to display the div.

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The best answer:

One way to do that would be using js, counting your elements using getElementsByClassName:

var numberOfElements = document.getElementsByClassName('products').length; 

Then :

if (numberOfElements > 9) { document.getElementById('last-img').style.display = 'block'; } else { document.getElementById('last-img').style.display = 'none'; } 

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