How to add stylish variation swatches to the Products Grid or Products List and WooCommerce archive page using JetWooBuilder and Variation Swatches for WooCommerce plugins functionality?
To perform the actions described in this article, you will need a JetWooBuilder and Variation Swatches for WooCommerce Pro plugins.
Let’s start with adding Variation Swatches to the Product Grid/List.
Find the folder with WordPress files on your PC. Go to htdocs > wp-content > themes > kava-child. Add a new folder and name it “jet-woo-builder.”
Move to the htdocs > wp-content > plugins > jet-woo-builder > templates and copy the “widgets” folder.
Head back to the “jet-woo-builder” folder in the child theme’s folder. Paste the copied “widgets” folder there.
Open the jet-woo-builder > widgets. The necessary widgets are located in the “global” folder; that’s why you should delete the rest of the folders.
Proceed to the “global” folder. You will see the list of files there. Delete all but the “products-grid” folder.
Open the “products-grid” folder and leave only the “item-button,” “item-price,” and “loop-item” files.
Please note, there is a short array syntax, which replaces array () with  due to the PHP version.
Open the “loop-item” file via Notepad. Add the
'wvs-pro-product' class to $classes like that:
Open the “item-button” file and add to the $class block this code:
Open the “item-price” file and add the
'price' class like that:
Now, turn back to the htdocs > wp-content > themes > your child theme folder. Find the functions.php file and open it via Notepad.
After one of the “}” symbols, add this code.
The result will look like that:
To add the Variation Swatches to the archive page, you don’t need to perform steps 1-9. Go to the htdocs > wp-content > themes > your child theme folder, find the functions.php file, open it via Notepad and add this code after the “}” symbol. Afterward, do Step 10 from the upper list. In this case, attractive swatches will be added to the archive page only.