Modern Grid product listing width

Todays update (2.2.0) for eCommerce Product Catalog focuses on modern grid design.

A new feature is available in product settings.

Modern Grid Width

How it works?

The modern grid elements will always occupy the full width available. When you set 1 product per row it will most likely dispaly a very big element. Setting it to 3 will cause in three equal elements per row.

Additionally we implemented a script that handles the font size for very small product listing elements. If you set it to 5 (wchich is a maksimum supported value) than probably the elements will be very small. The script will lower the font size to fit everything inside the container.

Let me know in the comments how this new feature works on your configurations.

If there are any problems I will be happy to improve it. As always :)

Norbert Dreszer

Post author: Norbert Dreszer

Norbert specializes in web development and Internet marketing for over 8 years. He is best known as the founder of impleCode, WordPress developer, SEO & Usability fanatic.

8 thoughts on “Modern Grid product listing width

  1. Dan
    Dan - 9 years ago

    Thanks for this update. It was like you were reading my mind :)

    1. Norbert Dreszer
      Norbert Dreszer - 9 years ago

      Glad to hear that! :)

  2. Chris
    Chris - 9 years ago

    Hi, I have a problem with the lates update. My product names are very little. How can I fix it?

    1. Norbert Dreszer
      Norbert Dreszer - 9 years ago

      Please update to 2.2.1 to fix this :)

  3. Mam
    Mam - 9 years ago

    Norbert, the design is really better now! Great Idea!

    1. Norbert Dreszer
      Norbert Dreszer - 9 years ago

      Thanks for the feedback!

  4. abonnefoy
    abonnefoy - 9 years ago


    NIce. best should be so be able to set it as option of [show_categories] shortcode.

    I made a “dirty” fix for a specific page

    1. Norbert Dreszer
      Norbert Dreszer - 9 years ago

      Hi Abonnefoy,

      Thanks for great idea. It will be added soon!

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