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Posted on 2014-03-21
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Hi,

I have a wordpress site with woocommerce installed,

The problem I'm having is on the shop page the products are by default shown as a GRID (side by side), there's a button to switch from the default GRID mode to LIST mode; but for every new client that comes on the site, they would have to manually change it!

I'd like to permanently change the default view from GRID to LIST for every person that comes on the site, but I can't find any way to do this in the code.

Does anyone have any knowledge on how to do this?
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assets > js > jquery.gridlistview.min.js

jQuery('ul.products').addClass('list');


I have not tested it but should work
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