Just bought the plugin and switched to your widgets but the styling doesn’t fit with my theme and i’m not a fan of the product count in brackets beside the category/brand etc. The order also doesn’t follow the theme options. I’m not CSS savvy at all i’m afraid but i’m wondering is there an easy way to sort these issues?
I have had a few other requests to add CSS styling options, so if you can provide an example or two of what you would like it to look like I can include that in an upcoming release as an option.
re: Order doesn’t follow the theme options – I’m not sure what you mean here?
re: Product count – Do you want the product count removed entirely or do you want it styled in a different way?
Hey Dave, thanks for the response.
Re: the styling – Here’s an image of the default theme styling on another site i have –
And here is how it looks on your plugin on the same theme –
re: Menu Order – In the category setup in Woocommerce, I manually set the order i want the categories displayed in. When I activate your theme the order it displays the categories in doesn’t seem to follow any particular order? Ideally I would like it to follow the order I have set.
re: Product Count – I would prefer a count is not displayed at all.
It looks like two things are happening. 1) You’re using a different theme on this new site and 2) You haven’t got heirarchical categories set up on it. The WPI perf plugin does nest the sub-categories in the same way as the Woo layered Nav and it also sets a CSS class for active parent categories (so you can set them bold etc)
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