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    Andrew Gutsch
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    These are technically post-purchase questions, but it was bought under my client's email and I am the designer.

    First question is how can vendors create their own subcategories specific to their store? If this isn't possible, what would be the easiest way to display or sort by categories specific to a single store?

    Second, the categories menu on the homepage appears to be a hard coded widget. Is there a way I can remove this without altering the theme? Also, is there a way to get all widgets across all pages to appear on the same side of the page?

    Lastly, I have seen the posts regarding tags, but they seemed to be a few months old. Any update on when sellers will be able to add tags?

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    Andrew Gutsch
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    I think I was a little vague on the “without altering theme” thing. I am using the Lilaea child theme CSS editor, but I cannot seem to override any of the styles controlling that categories menu. display: none !important doesn't work, but if I add it to my browser elements it works fine. Same with bringing the slider column to 100%.

    #29263

    Sekander Badsha
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    Hello Andrew,

    Sellers can not create categories or tags.

    The category widget in the home page is coming from the theme not the plugin. You can remove the widget from the theme by commenting out the lines 13 – 22 in content.php. The file is located in theme root.

    PS: Please ask your client to post or you should post from your clients account. We will not reply on this thread again.

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