Clicking on the Style button under Filter Options will get you to a Style options tab. These options apply only to the currently edited filter preset.
The style options are:
- Select design
- Always visible
- Row display
- Max columns . . .
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14 comments on “Style options for filters”
How can I hide the sub categories? And use the main category to toggle them?
Hey. Is it possible to change the filter terms alignment? I want mine to be left aligned, but they display as centered.
How to minimize the filter on mobile devices (low resolution). And you had to click to make the filter appear
The Horizontal style plus drop down style you show on you site doesn’t seem to exist with the actual plugin as I’ve tried all options within the style section but can’t seem to be able to achieve that. Also there’s little or rather very poor video for this plugin on YouTube. Consider getting one up there.
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How change the color of loading overlay icon?
You can use CSS to do this. If you’re not aware how to do it with CSS, use fiverr.com service or our Help Center to submit your ticket https://help.xforwoocommerce.com/my-support-tickets/
is it possible to use dropdown?
and where to choose the dropdown
If I choose style nothing happend. It seems like style button doesn´t works. Could you help me?
Yes, update the plugin.
Is it possible to just have the filter search bar and hide terms? The taxonomy I have set to locations is far too long to show all options.
It would also be great to be able to link the keyword search bar to a specific taxonomy.
If I choose any of the style options available, nothing changes on the front end. I’ve a custom theme. What could be the reason?
P.S. I’m actually removing these styles:
wp_dequeue_style( ‘wp-core-blocks’ );
wp_dequeue_style( ‘wp-block-library’ );
wp_deregister_style( ‘advanced_nav_css’ );