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    I have a problem with the product categories.

    I’m making an online store to a customer.

    It has many categories father and children

    So that the visitor does not get lost, he wants that above the categories section, the images of the daughter categories appear, to be able to access them easily and quickly.

    Is there a way to show the subcategories and image on top of the products of a category?

    For exemple:


    Does anyone help me? :(



    WooCommerce gives you a few options as to what you can display on your archive pages:

    • products
    • categories (on the main shop page) or subcategories (on category pages)
    • both products and categories.

    Hi brunet77,

    Have you tried the solution suggested by cg?

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    For me it is very complicated to create a plugin as it says in the example.
    I thought it would be much easier in your enfold theme. I think it’s a basic thing to separate the categories of the products.


    You don’t need to create a plugin … you can select those three options with a dropdown in each shop-category …

    > Products > select a category and “edit” > choose “display”


    > Customizer > WooCommerce > Product Catalog > ‘Shop page display’ and ‘Category display’


    Thanks, I know that.
    The problem is that there is no separator between categories and products and the dimensions of the image are identical to those of categories and products.
    They do not differ.

    Also if you have 1 category, the normal thing would be that under it, the products would appear, instead if the grid of 4×4 appears next to the products. that is to say:


    The normal thing would be:

    where C is Category an P product.


    Ah, i understand.

    So you would indeed need to code a bit. But it’s not very difficult.
    The above link is a step-by-step-instruction how to achive what you what.

    Here is another one:

    Enfold reflects the standard behaviour of WooCommerce without modifying it. That’s what i would excpect from a Theme combined with an external Plugin.

    The given instructions are very detailed and easy to follow. Do you need / expect something more / else?



    Thank you for sharing this

    Best regards,

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