I am adding Twitter Bootstrap to my custom WooCommerce theme, which raised a question.
Is it possible for me to change default classes like “button” (for buttons of course) into something else using Hooks or Filters? I will have to change all “button” classes to “btn” for the Twitter Bootstrap Buttons. Same goes for the Tabbar and some other things.
The only other solution I came up with is to override all the WooCommerce templates and change all classes manually. But of course this is not elegant and a pain with any upcoming updates.
I really hope someone can help me with this.
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