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  • #10847
    Noman
    Participant

    Hi,

    Great plugin! We are premium theme developers and want to Fully make our theme compatible with all features of WC Vendors. I could not find any step by step guide to make it happen. We want to check every feature and every page works perfect in our WooCommerce theme and maintain consistency of styles through out WC Vendors pages / sections. I am talking from CSS / layout / style perspective too as I noticed some problems immediately after install it with our theme.

    We want to be very careful and hence a step by step process or To-Do list to must check items whild making a theme ready for WC Vendors is extremely helpful. (I understand your point that any WC theme would work fine but actually it varies theme to theme when we talk about design of elements or pages).

    Thank you

    #10882
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    Hi Noman! Thanks for joining us and welcome to the party. 🙂

    WC Vendors Pro is being updated right now to have a more “universal theme” experience after we ran into javascript and foundation conflicts. We expect to have version 1.0.2 released very very very soon.

    WC Vendors Free has always been quite theme friendly, the only problem with Free is if you use “woocommerce.php” for declaring theme support, because then that takes away archive-products.php customizations and hooks which makes shop pages not work.

    What else could we help with?

    Cheers

    Ben

    #10944
    Noman
    Participant

    Thanks Ben for your prompt reply.

    1. Does it mean that shop page wont work with Free version?

    2. I found a bug while Export Orders from vendor dashboard, a deprecated function is used:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/spx4u5rb6c0ox5a/bug1.jpg?dl=0

    Thanks.

    #10945
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    Thanks Noman. 🙂

    1.) The shop page does work with the Free version. It hooks into archive-products.php. In the Pro version, Vendor Stores are their own custom post type. This will allow more freedom for things like showing categories specific to the vendor, and things like that on the shop page, instead of just a lump of products like Free does.

    2.) get_formatted_legacy is not code used in WC Vendors Free or Pro, not sure where that error is coming from?

    #11727
    Noman
    Participant

    ok got it. I will check on that and see if its error may be appearing from some other plugin.

    #13006
    Noman
    Participant

    Hi Ben,

    We are excited & inches away from making our theme compatible with WC Vendors. I have run into an issue, please see these screenshots with my comments:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/fsnji8nx45r90y8/3a.png?dl=0
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/opqsnhthjbm6bf9/3b.png?dl=0

    And please provide help to achieve this.
    Thanks alot

    #13173
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    Hi @nomansbeauty

    1.) 3a.png screenshot — You’re not getting the vendor ID correctly. You would want to get the product id’s post_author which would be the vendors ID. Solve that and you’re good to go. 🙂 Something like get_post_meta would do the trick and then store that as $vendor_id.

    2.) You’d want to modify the vendor-main-header.php file in order for it to show certain things in it. That’s in the /templates/front/ folder. Check out the KnowledgeBase for an article on how to modify the vendor templates.

    Cheers

    Ben

    #13183
    Noman
    Participant

    Thanks Ben, we will try it out and let you know how it goes.

    #14275
    Noman
    Participant

    Thanks alot Ben, your tips worked well 🙂

    #15333
    Noman
    Participant

    Hi Ben,

    Can user add his own cover photo for the each shop page header? I am not sure if its possible in WC vendor or if it requires custom WP code, can you guide me to the action/hook to use in this case? For example: it will show in header here (instead of red color): http://smartwavethemes.net/mango/demo21/vendors/mango-vendor/

    Thanks.

    #15342
    WC Vendors Support
    Participant

    Hi Noman,

    This is a feature of WC Vendors Pro, not WC Vendors Free 🙂

    Cheers

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