WooCommerce Nested Category Layout:
Show Your Shop Catalog by Category and Subcategory
The WooCommerce Nested Category Layout extension allows you to show products organized by category and sub-category. They can be seen on shop and catalog pages. By breaking products up by subcategory, this plugin provides an intuitive and attractive catalog layout that your customers will appreciate. Here are before and after shots of the shop page using Nested Category Layout.
WooCommerce typically allows you to show subcategories on shop and category pages (or subcategories and products, but this can look messy). While this is a handy option, it requires that customers click on categories, then subcategories to simply browse products.
However, the more barriers you put in the way of finding a product or purchasing, the more likely customers are to leave your site, so we’ve sought to fix that with this plugin. Nested Category Layout cleans this process up and makes it simpler for the user. Instead of requiring customers to click through categories, then subcategories to get to products, it simply creates a list on the shop and/or category pages organized by category/subcategory, then allows customers to click a category/subcategory title if they want to see more products.
You can select which categories to nest and which to display normally and determine whether to show this layout on shop pages and category pages or just on category pages.
What does Nested Category Layout do?
- Increase customer satisfaction and sales with an intuitive layout that separates products by subcategory
- Select which category pages to alter, and which to render as normal
- Easily configure the number of products per subcategory to display on the shop and catalog pages
- Known compatibility with WooCommerce Themes and the Genesis Framework
- The flexible, overrideable architecture allows customization and support for additional themes and frameworks
Don’t have a category for a product? No problem, Nested Category Layout will show these products at the top of the page, then show your categories and subcategories. If a product is in both the parent category and a subcategory, it will be displayed with the appropriate subcategory. If a product is only in a parent category, then it will be displayed in the parent category before subcategories are shown.