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  • #103107

    Hi kirill,

    That is actually the correct behavior for the cart. The visual effect needs to be cleaned up a bit but the cart should be empty on hover (as it is in the demo when viewing the cart or checkout).

    For now, you can add the following to your quick css or custom.css to remove the hover:

    #top.woocommerce-cart .dropdown_widget.dropdown_widget_cart {
    display: none !important;
    }
    #top.woocommerce-checkout .dropdown_widget.dropdown_widget_cart {
    display: none !important;
    }

    Regards,

    Devin

    #103108
    #103109

    Kirill,

    So the plugin wasn’t the cause? And the other snippet of code also did nothing? no?

    Well first here is that button. I thought I pasted it already.. use this as a link that will turn into a button that looks similar to what you want, just include those 3 classes.

    <a href="" title="" class="dabutnz s_butnz blue">Click Here</a>

    And this link has the http://pastebin.com/hkQspZma css for you to add to end of your custom.css file. Then just put the link where you want and you get a button.

    I am still looking at the cause of that dropdown issue, I thought it was fixed.. too bad. please hang in there,

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #103110

    Nick, plugin was the cause of the issue with dropdown. I deactivated the plugin and now it works correct, you may see on the website.

    #103111

    Nick, where should I insert code for the button?

    header.php I think, but where will be the most correct place for the responsive layout? I’m afraid to break the mobile version of the layout.

    #103112

    Hi Kirill,

    Well , in the demo image you provided earlier it was inside the cart widget that shows the price. If that is the case, you need to create a folder at the base of the theme and call it woocommerce , then copy from the plugin folder : /plugins/woocommerce/templates/cart/mini-cart.php and drop it into the base folder (only part i am not certain about is whether you should create the cart folder….. try it both ways.. but the point is … in mini-cart.php . You should put it in there somewhere and most likely twice, if you want it to show up when cart is full or/and when cart is empty also.

    If instead you want to put it in the header., you need to tell me where you want it. and the correct way to place it would be to create a div container for the link.with just some unique class, there is no need to add any custom css, unless you want to, and then let me know and if you show me image where you want it to go, i can give you the css styles to add.

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #103113

    @Nick

    nope the image is not there. you have to create it by yourself. Anyway that was not the issue. I was only replying to some other guys how to show the cart image in the drop down section and also mentioned that the icon must be uploaded to the server.

    mAqq

    #103114

    Hey mAqq,

    Not sure what you are referencing but the main issue with the dropdown on the cart page should be solved by adding the following CSS to the Quick CSS (located under the Styling Tab in the theme options) or the custom.css file in the css folder of the theme files:

    #top.woocommerce-cart .dropdown_widget.dropdown_widget_cart {
    display: none !important;
    }
    #top.woocommerce-checkout .dropdown_widget.dropdown_widget_cart {
    display: none !important;
    }

    This just removes the secondary dropdown so that it doesn’t appear. If this does not work, please link us to the site with the code still present in the custom.css file or the quick css.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #103115

    Hi,

    Please read Devin’s response above first.

    If we are still talking about this website, http://jabuka.ru/ , and the button location you refer to is shown in this image http://leprastuff.ru/data/img/20130110/969121503c5f5ad413121763e2b79344.png , then the instructions I posted above is where you need to insert the button html I gave you: into this file -> /plugins/woocommerce/templates/cart/mini-cart.php

    I don’t have the plugin you are using that is breaking the shopping cart functionality, is there a support forum for it?

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #103116

    Nick,

    I want insert the image: http://leprastuff.ru/data/img/20130210/cf6772920850b5dd3968205f961792cc.jpg

    to the header. It must been visible every time.

    Probably I should insert it somewhere in the replete/config-woocommerce/config.php ?

    this section maybe?

    #

    # shopping cart dropdown in the main menu

    #

    #103117

    Hi Kirill,

    The issue is that the cart dropdown should not and actually doesn’t fill in the information when ON the cart page. This is because the information in the cart is loaded into the content below.

    The dropdown menu appearing on that page was an over-site and should be fixed in a update.

    If you want an image in the header of the site (not the woo commerce cart dropdown), then it would go in the header.php of the theme files.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #103118

    Hi,

    Try as Devin suggests header.php. towards the bottom of the file, yet above the menu. Place it in a few locations to get a better idea where specifically you want it on the page. Your illustration showed the button to be in the shopping cart dropdown, which definitely would not display the image all the time, but only when someone evokes the contents of the shopping cart to be visible.

    Thanks,

    Nick

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