• QuadMenu, you definitly need to make people understand that your plugin requires to add an item to your menu, and that it doesn’t rely on the current Divi/Woocommerce icon.

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  • Plugin Author quadlayers


    Hello @nsptfr

    Thanks for the review

    I don’t understand what you mean with “requires to add an item”

    Please, can you explain it with a screenshot?

    Thread Starter NSPT


    Yeah, sorry,

    what I mean is, if i made it right: whereas the default woocommerce/divi icon is already present in the navigation bar, the user have to go to the Menu section and explicitly add the quadmenu cart icon to the menu. Which I didn’t understood in the first place. So I spend 30 minutes wondering why enabling the default theme for primary bar had no effect and that nothing appeared in the source code in the first place.

    Plugin Author quadlayers


    ok I understand now, we will improve this

    probably we’re losing active installs because of this

    thanks mate

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