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Currently, the site I am working on uses archive-product.php to load the Woocommerce product loop and with it, load the content-product.php template part.

However, in my loop, if there are subcategories, they are being displayed in the loop instead of the products, along with with the category image and a 'Find out more' button.

How can I ignore the sub categories and just load 100% pure products for each main category in the loop?

  • WP doesn't do this out of the box, it requires extra code to be added, you should contact your theme vendor for help, 3rd party theme/plugn support is offtopic here, and not in the stacks scope – Tom J Nowell Aug 24 at 9:50
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The answer lies in the Customiser. This setting used to exist in the WooCommerce settings but they moved it into the Customiser at some point.

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