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    I really hope you can help. How did you make the product filter in your demo shop? I would like that in my shop, but because im selling animal feed – instead of “color” and “price” i want it to be “animal” and “protein level” for the customer to find the right product.

    Best regards


    Hey mariafriis,

    Did you create a custom shop page or did you use the advance layout builder? Please note that those filters will only work for the default shop page or the page that was selected in the Woocommerce > Settings > Products > Display > Shop Page. Unfortunately, we don’t provide support for third party plugins as stated on our support policy but we’ll try our best to help. Please keep in touch with the plugin developer.

    Best regards,
    Jordan Shannon


    Okay, but how do you make them in the default shop page then?


    Hi mariafriis,

    You might want to look for a plugin that will make it possible to create custom filters for you. Here is an article for you:

    Top 10 Best WooCommerce Product Filter Plugins

    Best regards,


    Okay, managed to get some filters. The problem now is that I want to hide the check box besides “produkter”.
    When I inspect and style the element like this it works:

    .icheckbox_flat-grey {
    display: none;

    But when I put it in my style.css nothing happens? What should I do instead? I want the titel “produkter” to stay, but the check box to go :-)

    Take a look at my site in private content.


    Hi mariafriis,

    The checkbox is the part of the filter functionality, so it should not be hidden.

    Best regards,


    Great support.. im asking what to do to remove the check box and the answer is to not hide it. The problem is that it all my product has to be in the same category to show them in the product slider BUT in the product filter they should not be in the same category right? Then what is the whole point of filtering?

    And by default..the filter plugin shows all categories. Get me? Why cant you just tell me, how you did it in your shop demo?



    Sorry for the confusion.

    You can use the “Filter Products by Attributes” and “Filter Products by Price” widgets if you want to copy the shop demo. Make sure that the products have product variations or attributes.

    Best regards,


    Okay, I’m too stupid to figure that out.

    It is working ok for me with WOOF product filter – but can’t I hide the checkbox besides “Alle Produkter” with css?


    On this page

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by  mariafriis.


    Please try the following in Quick CSS under Enfold->General Styling:

    ul.woof_list_checkbox ins {

    Best regards,


    Okay thank you. It is not working – but its fine. Got to live with it

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