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  • #9128

    how can i disable toolbar for all user by woocommerce.

    #63567

    Hi,

    I’m using Flashlight theme and also very interested in:

    1) Disabling Toolbar for the woocommerce users.

    2) Removing Register link from all woocommerce pages (similar to Kriesi’s demo site behaviour)

    Your help is greatly appreciated.

    #63568

    bump!!

    #63569

    Hey,

    1) Add following code to functions.php:

    /* Disable the WordPress Admin Bar for all but admins. */
    if (!current_user_can('administrator')):
    show_admin_bar(false);
    endif;

    This will disable the WordPress Admin Bar for all users except administrators.

    2) You can create a custom sub menu (Appearance > Menus). This will remove the standard (fallback) WooCommerce menu.

    #63570

    Thanks a lot, Dude!

    Your first solution worked perfectly.

    With second solution I’m having a styling and alignment problems, really need you help here.

    1. On ALL PRODUCTS pge my custom menu aligned to the left as oppsed to be centered (see the image)

    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7039/6882248809_0428838d4e_o.png

    2. On the Product Description page it shifted all content belowto the right (see the image)

    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7046/6882232535_fbd7248b8e_o.png

    3. After adding product to the cart from the product description page, confirmation message box overlaps with top menu (see the image)

    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7054/6882232841_c1569fc560_b.jpg

    Please help! Really need this up and running.

    My next purchase is Abundance theme and I suspect it might have similar problems.

    Thank you

    #63571

    I found the source of such behaviour, (my previous post) but could not find the sorce code that generates that extra <div> element that messing up the alignment.

    If you look at the page source then for the fallback menu only <div class=”sub_menu”>

      ….</div> element is rendered.

      When I turn on custom sub menu then an extra div element is inserted as following:

      <div class=”sub_menu”><div class=”menu-shopping-container”>

      ….</div></div>. Class “menu-shopping-container” is non-existent.

      In the run time (Google Chrome) I replaced this class with sub_menu class and this fixed the problem, but I could not override it using Quick CSS.

    Second problem with custom menu is when user is loged on a Logout link appears next to the Checkout link even though I did not specified it in my custom menu.

    I have the custom menu setup as following: My Account | Shopping Cart | Checkout

    Please help me to fix these problems.

    I really appreciate your help.

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