Support » Plugin: TI WooCommerce Wishlist » More shortcodes, styling, and features

  • Would you consider adding more shortcodes so that we can customize the pages in our themes? Moving things like Whislist Title, and Table Navigation Buttons, into shortcodes so we could place them in different areas.

    The mobile view of wishlists is not at all modern, the option to hide image on mobile so that the options can fit in a row instead of putting each column in it’s own row – this looks terrible.

    I know it must be related to my theme, but some of the buttons in popups use my theme’s button styling, while others do not.

    Also, it would be nice if things like the delete, move, even add to cart could be selectable Font Awesome or Google Material icons. Having everything as button makes it look clunky.

    Please also include the ability to reorder products/posts in a wishlist, similar to the drag and drop feature in YITH Wishlists.

    Iain

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  • Plugin Author templateinvaders

    (@templateinvaders)

    Hi @speakoutenglish

    Regards extra shortcodes for elements our answer is no because it will be chaos for most plugin users. Our plugin provides a templates system, hooks, and styling options for customization features. Everything more is up to the website owner to make a custom setup. We can’t fit every theme that exists on the web.

    The mobile view will be updated in future versions.

    The web font icons still remain in our custom font file because we did use fontawesome alternative in earlier versions of our plugin and it was a bad idea. The website owner has ways to set up custom icons even web fonts and disabled plugin font file with a snippet.

    The sorting feature will be available in future updates very soon.

    Thread Starter speakoutenglish

    (@speakoutenglish)

    “The the mobile view will be updated in “future versions””. That sounds good. Please give us the ability to customize how it’s displayed, not what you think is best for the theme you use on your demo site.

    Iain

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