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    I have now built my pretty online shop and now my client wants to have a page with some text on top before he displays products of a certain category:

    woocommerce allows us to use these pretty shortcuts do display hand selected products or categories:

    [product id=”2915″]

    [products ids=”2915, 3240, 2800, 3055, 3055″]

    [product_categories number=””]

    [product_category category=”categoryslug” per_page=”12″ columns=”3″ orderby=”date” order=”desc”]

    However, the styling is very different from my selected shop layout. The font is off (all capital letters) and it displays 4 products in a row (I want 3, since the german text of the hover effect “In den Warenkorb” becomes unreadable otherwise.

    Is this possible? Can I assign a custom css class to this somehow, thank you very much!

    #96728

    Hey!

    Can you post a link to the page please? I’d like to investigate the source code first hand.

    Regards,

    Peter

    #96729

    Hi Peter,

    I might have “killed” the page already by now. We now built a more static version. I might get back on this later once the project is life and I have more time on my hands. Thank you!

    Chris

    #96730

    Let us know Chris, I believe shortcode styling does need some touch ups typically and its usually fairly simple (though not always ).

    Regards,

    Devin

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