Use the following tokens to identify any category page or a specific category’s page on your site:
[category]– Category pages in general.
[category:xyz]– A specific category – you can indicate the category’s name, slug or ID.
[tag]– A tag archive page.
[tag:xyz]– A specific tag archive page – you can indicate the tag’s name, slug or ID.
Taxonomies in General
[has_term:term:taxonomy]– For pages related to a taxonomy term.
For example, assuming a category News, indicating
[has_term:News:category]will apply to posts that belong to the News category.
For product categories in WooCommerce, another example could be
[has_term:Fruit:product_cat]to use as a condition for products that belong to the Fruit product category.
For conditions based on product tags, one could use
[has_term:cherry:product_tag]for products that are tagged with cherry.
[tax]– A taxonomy archive page, including category and tag archives.
[tax:taxonomy]– A specific taxonomy archive page.
Multiple taxonomies separated by comma can be given.
[tax:category,tag]would fit any category or tag archive page and
[tax:product_cat,product_tag]would represent a condition for any WooCommerce product category archive or product tag archive.
[tax:taxonomy:term]– The archive page of a specific term in a taxonomy.
Multiple taxonomies and terms can be given, separated by comma.
[tax:tag,product_tag:red,green,blue]would fit any tag or WooCommerce product tag archive page for the tags red, green or blue.