How to change WooCommerce Products per Page with Divi

For a recent project I needed to change the default number of products displaying in the WooCommerce shop page. Usually this is set in the ‘Settings > Reading > Blog pages show at most’ option. So I was confused when I changed the value there and there was no change in the shop page. I searched within the WooCommerce settings, the customizer, searched for plugins and I found nothing, except this code snippet from the WooCommerce official documentation, but I found it strange that such small feature wouldn’t exist and we would need to add custom code.

Turns out I forgot to search in the most obvious place: the settings page for Divi itself. Here’s where you can find the option to change the number of products per page on the shop:

Divi Theme Options > General > Number of Products displayed on WooCommerce archive pages

Hopefully this will be useful to someone who will need to do the same and doesn’t find the option straight away.

Posted by Carlos Moreira

Web developer based in Porto, Portugal, working mostly with WordPress. Disclosure: Some of the links in this blog are 'affiliate links.' This means if you click on a link to a commercial product and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission.

15 Replies to “How to change WooCommerce Products per Page with Divi”

  1. Very helpful, thank you!

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  2. Awesome help thankyou!

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  3. After doing the same long search for a solution I cam across your post! THANK YOU!!!!

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  4. THANK YOU CARLOS
    Bless you.

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  5. Thank you. I spent too much time investigating this issue.

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  6. Sir, you are a genius. Thank you!

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  7. Thank you so much! Yo made my day! I kept looking for this setting in all wrong places and you came to the rescue! I can’t thank you enough!

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  8. Thank you so much. I’ve been through so many websites to find you. Feel like Luke Skywalker finding Ob-One-Kanobie

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  9. Carlos, you are the man! I looked for two days trying to figure it out and it was right where you said it might be.

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  10. Was going nuts until I found your post. Thanks!!!

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  11. You are awesome! Thank you so much. I was looking around for this same answer and was wondering too, why this very important sort of thing is not already built into WooCommerce – since it’s so important. Also, reinforces why I LOVE divi too! Thanks again. 🙂

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  12. I was going through exactly the same processes as you trying to look for a solution (and it seems, so were a few of us!) Thanks so much for sharing this simple solution, it’s saved hours of troubleshooting! Well done.

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  13. YUP!! Definitely helpful!! I immediately thought “darn! Do I need to CSS this?”

    Of course, Google first. Found you, then boom!

    THANKS FOR SHARING. I rarely comment on blog posts anymore, but I had to give mad props for sharing.

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  14. Thank you! This is very helpful!

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  15. Awesome !!

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