Attribute archive page is not as same as shop archive page in crafty

I’m having difficulty finding a solution for this issue.

my shop page is

(problem here) my attribute archive page is

how can i make it same as my shop archive page?

I have chosen right settings in theme options and even changed them to see the effect but no luck!

Hi Kian,

Thanks for writing to us.

Set the number of column from Pro -> Theme Options -> Woocommerce -> Shop Layout -> Choose the column no here.

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Hope it helps you.

Please at least read before responding. I told you I went through theme options settings it’s all fine.
can’t share admin access. tell me what is wrong.

Hello Kian,

Your shop page: is using Sidebar Left, Content Right layout. While your archive page is using the Fullwidth layout. Kindly go to Pro > Theme Options > Layout and Design > Content Layout and make sure that you have set it to “Sidebar Left, Content Right” layout as well.

If you are referring to your homepage layout, please be informed that your homepage is a custom static page built in the Pro Editor. You cannot use this layout for archive pages. If you wait a little longer for our next release, the Layout Builder should be able to help you in changing the layout of your product archive pages. You can check out the status update of our next release from here:

Best Regards.

I’m sorry I mentioned my homepage above. now I have edited it to my shop page url. if you compare 2 pages you will understand what is the issue.

Shop page uses ul class=“products cols-4” while attribute archive page is using ul class=“products”

Can you tell me how can I make the attribute archives ul class=“products cols-4” ?

Hi Kian,

It seems that the Attribute page is coming from a custom taxonomy, to modify the specific taxonomy page please find the details in this article:
Alternatively, you can try by adding the following custom JavaScript code into the Theme Options > JS.


Remember that the above code will work if copied as it is and don’t conflict with any existing style.
Please note that the code provided serves only as a guide to help you get started custom coding on your own if there’s no option offered in our theme or the products we bundle.
We do not provide support for custom codes that means we can’t fix it in case it conflicts with something on your site nor will we enhance it.


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Thank you @tristup ! problem solved!

Hi Kian,

Great that it resolved.


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