Support » Plugin: Ecwid Ecommerce Shopping Cart » Ecwid Section In The Customizer, Can I Move It?

  • Resolved Xarcell

    (@xarcell)


    I don’t like the location of the ecwid section in the wp theme customizer. Is there a way I can move it?

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  • Hi @xarcell,

    Thanks for reporting. Can you elaborate a bit on this? Do you use the Ecwid section there to add or tweak the shopping bag icon widget? Where would you like to move and why?

    Thread Starter Xarcell

    (@xarcell)

    On second thought, I just want to remove it. Is there a way I can remove it by adding code to the functions.php in theme?

    Just so you know, the floating icon is intrusive.

    > On second thought, I just want to remove it.

    Why?

    > Is there a way I can remove it by adding code to the functions.php in theme?

    Yes, you can remove it by adding a custom code. I don’t know exact code though.

    If the section itself is annoying or buggy, please explain how exactly it bothers you — we will make sure to improve it for all users so no customization will be required on your side.

    Thanks,

    Thread Starter Xarcell

    (@xarcell)

    I’m setting up hosting through wordpress multisite(network). I’m offering ecwid as a ecommerce solution, as the store they setup can be the exact same store on facebook.

    Here is my problem. I have a heavily customized front-end theme and back-end theme. On the front-end, its in the way because I already have a fixed scroll-up icon, and fixed facebook messenger icon. I also have a fixed main navigation menu at the top. There is no room for a fixed cart/bag icon. On the back-end I have all settings organized and nested within sections just the way I want it. For example: “Identity”, “Header”, “Main”, and “Footer”. After installing the plugin, it added an “Ecwid” section right in the middle of it. I want to hide it, as I don’t want to offer my customers this feature.

    on the front-end I could use javascript to move it to the menu as a menu item and style it accordingly. However, this doesn’t solve the back-end problem. I need the section code so I can move it in functions.php and have it display within the appropriate section I want. Although, its just easier to remove it…

    Thanks for the detailed explanation!

    Our engineers recommended this code to hide the panel:

    add_action( 'customize_register', 'custom_ec_customize_register', 1000 );
    function custom_ec_customize_register( $wp_customize ) {
        $wp_customize->remove_panel( 'ec-store' );
    }

    It’s to be added to the functions.php file in your theme.

    Please let us know if we can help you with anything else.

    Thread Starter Xarcell

    (@xarcell)

    Thanks, that works great, but the widget is still present on the front-end. How do I turn it off by default?

    To make it hidden by default on a new site, you will need to update the ec_show_floating_cart_widget option in the WordPress database. Screenshot: https://take.ms/SWyKB . Please see the plugin code for more details on how the floating minicart is managed.

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