Support » Plugin: Jigoshop » How to format product category pages, or remove category links

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  • both things can be adjusted in your stylesheet.
    hiding links is fast: add to your theme css
    .posted_in {
    display: none;
    }
    styling category pages would take more time so in case you’d like to do that, please contact us for custom development via support@jigoshop.com

    Hi Marcin,

    Thanks for your help. Can I just ask specifically where I have to insert that code – is there a particular place within the style.css file? And can I do it through my WordPress dashboard, or will I have to go through my host file manager? Lastly, will this also remove the breadcrumbs at the top of each product page?

    Thanks again! 🙂

    it can be done through dashboard
    can be added in the bottom of style.css
    no – breadcrumbs would need more styling unfortunately

    Hi Marcin,
    Thank you for your advice.
    I tried adding that bit of code but it didn’t seem to have any effect. Perhaps I didn’t put it in the right place (I put it at the bottom of the style.css file).
    But if I can’t get rid of the bread crumbs, then it seems a bit pointless to remove those category links anyway, as there will still be links to the category pages.
    Perhaps you can make category pages editable in a future Jigoshop update? So that they can be formatted to match the rest of the website.

    Plugin Author Michael Stone

    (@mwsgd)

    @freyaluna

    To get rid of breadcrumbs add the following style to your Quick CSS or theme stylesheet.

    #breadcrumb {
    display: none !important;
    }

    For the Posted In style that didn’t work be sure to add “!important”, like so.

    .posted_in {
    display: none !important;
    }

    If you find these styles won’t apply please send us admin credentials via email at support@jigoshop.com

    Thanks for that Michael.

    I think I must be doing something wrong because it still isn’t working… http://www.love-yourself-naturally.com/product/aches-away-bath-massage-oil/

    I have added both of those bits of code to the very end of the style.css file (as instructed by Marcin, earlier), but the links are still on the product pages.

    Plugin Author Michael Stone

    (@mwsgd)

    If you could send temp admin login we should be ablt to help apply change

    Plugin Author Michael Stone

    (@mwsgd)

    Plugin Author Michael Stone

    (@mwsgd)

    Resolved via support@jigoshop.com

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