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Identify the class which apply to that item. use following CSS property in your class. { font-size: 15px; // instade of 15 you can set whatever you want. }


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i fixt that by use the css below in Porto - Setting Panel > Customization Setting: ul.products li.product-category { list-style: none; }


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I needed this for a tamper monkey script, and feel this might help you compile what you need or extend the logic, to get the product id from a given shopping cart item within the checkout using jQuery and knockout in tandem. // Load the contexts when needed let jQuery = require('jquery'); let ko = require('knockout'); // use jQuery to get all the items in ...


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this is the code from Magento demo directly


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Your html is broken, you shouldn't have a <div> wrapping an <li> element. The parent should be a <ul> element. If you had the correct <ul> element, you would set the css of the <ul> to list-style:none; <style> ul{list-style:none;} </style> <ul> <li><a href="#">Link 1</a></li> ...


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Custom file path app/design/frontend/{Package}/{theme}/Magento_Theme/templates/html/test.phtml calling in xml layout file <block class=""Magento\Framework\View\Element\Template"" name=""test_file"" template=""Magento_Theme::html/test.phtml""/> Calling in blocks and cms pages {{block class=&...


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Edit your catalog_product_view.xml file, move the media gallery block to your custom block <move element="product.info.media" destination="your_block_name" as="product.info.media" /> After that you can call media gallery block to your custom phtml file like below <?= $block->getChildHtml('product.info.media') ?>


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There is a typo in your template path it should be: {{block class="Magento\Framework\View\Element\Template" template="Magento_Theme::html/breadcrumbs.phtml"}} Note: Use forward slash /


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