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  • #66732
    Thomas Thai
    Participant

    With regard to the knowledge base article on adding custom field to the product add, edit and display for the section below:

    “Copy the template /plugins/wc-vendors-pro/templates/dashboard/product-edit.php to /themes/your-theme/wc-vendors/dashboard/product-edit.php”

    Shouldn’t the destination directory be “/themes/your-theme/wc-vendors-pro/dashboard/product-edit.php?”

    #66847
    Anna
    Member

    @thomastthai
    Hello,
    No, actually both free and Pro templates– when moved to your theme or child theme for modification — should be stored without the pro in the folder name: /themes/your-theme-or-child-theme/wc-vendors/dashboard/product-edit.php would be correct. 🙂

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