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    Hi,
    Thank you for this plugin. It is great work.

    I am using two WooCommerce Themes. One for product add and edit in my account page (market place theme), the other one is my own theme (flatsome) for rest of my site.
    I set market place theme as active theme, and from jonradio, I set all pages to flatsome theme. And put some prefix exceptions like “dashboard” and “my-account”.
    Everything was working perfect but I just realized that if I click edit product button from my-account page in marketplace theme, it is adding “/edit” for this product. For example product url is “www.example.com/shop/dresses/red-tshort”, After clicking edit button it is going to “www.example.com/shop/dresses/red-tshort/edit”. Because all product and category pages start with “/shop”, It is going directly to flatsome theme but it has to stay in marketplace theme. Is there any way to solve this issue? Jonradio has filter for prefix. Ca be added any filter for suffix or any other solution?

    Thank you very much

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/jonradio-multiple-themes/

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  • Let me think about this and do some testing before I give you an answer. I’ll respond here in the next two hours.

    Thank you

    Now that I’ve had a chance to create a similar test environment with WooCommerce to what you have, I do have a design in mind, but it will take a couple of days to get it ready to release. Plus, I’ll want you to Beta Test it for me first, before I release it.

    Please give me your contact info by going here: http://jonradio.com/contact-us/

    My preferred solution will be to add a WildCard feature to Prefixes. Where the Asterisk (“*”) is the WildCard character. In your case, you would code http://www.example.com/shop/*/*/edit as a Prefix with the new WildCard checkbox selected.

    How does that sound?

    That sounds great 🙂

    I am sending my contact info.
    Thank you

    Version 4.9 has now been released with a new URL Prefix with Asterisk (“*”) Setting that addresses your need.

    Working great.

    Thank you very much for your kindly help

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