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Make parent category bold with no check box

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I'm currently using the WOOF Product Filter and was wondering how I can make a parent category bold without a check box?

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Please see the image above. I have it setup so that Template Complexity and Template Category are parent categories, and that High, Low and Medium are all child categories that belong to the parents. How do I make it so that the parent Caterogies have a bold title, and removes all functionality of it? So it only acts as a title and cannot be filtered. It would need to be both bold and have the check box removed.

Also, how do I set it so that the categories are already expanded and cannot be contracted back to just the parent category title.



You need js customization. Unfortunately, we do not have a ready-made solution.

How do I go about getting custom JavaScript? Is this something you could do with Premium Support?




Customization of the plugin code is not included in the support.

You should hire a developer

You are literally the developers, why can't I hire you?


Unfortunately, we don’t have time right now.

The green loading bubbles, how do I customise this and make them purple instead?


Try  this  please

1) Navigate to the folder - woocommerce-products-filter\img\loading-master\

2) Find svg file that you need.

3) Change the color code. Example: