By default, as soon as you add gallery images to your WooCommerce products, they’ll appear horizontally below your product’s featured image on the frontend of your product page design. In some specific designs, vertically stacking these woo gallery images might be more convenient, in fullscreen product page designs, for instance. If you’re looking for a quick way to vertically stack woo gallery images inside the product page template you create with Divi’s Theme Builder, you’ll love this tutorial. We’ll show you step by step how to get there. We’ll accompany this approach with and minimal product page template that you’ll

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