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  • #20066

    HesseldeRonde
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    Hi

    – I would like to delete the whole ‘description area’ under each product on the single product page.
    – I would also like to add a way to filter the shop page for categories. I made a custom page that uses the following code: [product_category category=”olijfolie” columns=”3″]

    Thanks in advance

    #20069

    SeaTheme
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    Hi,

    It is possible to hide the whole tab area by custom CSS(“Appearance > Customize: Additional CSS”):

    
    .single-product .tabs-h { display:none; }

    Do you mention this kind of filter? https://sea.uiueux.com/creative/portfolio-2-columns/

    Regards

    #20078

    HesseldeRonde
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    Super, that worked perfectly, thanks!

    REgarding the filter, yes that’s exactly what I mean, but I would like to integrate it in the shop, filtering by product category.
    (In this case for example: ALL – Olive Oil – Olives – Vinegar)

    Is this possible? Thanks for your help!

    #20079

    HesseldeRonde
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    PS. in the product page I would also like to hide the social-media buttons as well as the product category and tags. Is there another snippet of code I could use to do this?

    thanks again

    #20084

    SeaTheme
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    Hi,

    It is possible to create a new page instead of the default shop page.

    Add a new page, click BM Content Builder, insert a Grid or Masonry Grid, set Source as “Woocommerce Product”.

    You could use redirect the default shop page to the new shop page by a free redirect 301 plugin ( https://wordpress.org/plugins/eps-301-redirects/ )

    To hide the social media icons:
    Please paste the custom CSS code to “Appearance > Customize: Additional CSS”:

    .single-product-summary .blog-unit-meta-bottom .social-bar {
        display: none;
    }

    Regards!

    SeaTheme – SeaTheme.netTwitterFacebook

    #20090

    HesseldeRonde
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    Hi – Thanks for your help.

    I’m still having some trouble with the shop. I did as you said and that seems to work really nicely. However, I can only see one filter category (all). How can I make sure I get all the categories? Also, loading the shop into the masonry grid, I seem to can only choose one category to load. Would be great if you could walk me through this!

    #20102

    SeaTheme
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    Welcome!

    Create a category like name it as ‘ALL’, Make sure there are sub-categories in the category of the products list. The category structure looks like:

    filter-category-tree.jpg

    Pick up the category ‘ALL’ for the Masonry Grid.

    Regards

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