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[Resolved] [Plugin: WooCommerce – excelling eCommerce] Checkout Template

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  • Plugin Author royho

    @royho

    Have you tried contacting the theme developer about this?

    Ulrich

    @grapplerulrich

    WordPress Contributor

    I am not how this is a theme problem as the code seems to be working on other pages.

    Plugin Author royho

    @royho

    The reason is if your theme is customized, sometimes your developer already knows what is going on…

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    Hey Ulrich,

    I actually see

    <div id="content-woocommerce" class="grid col-620">

    so it works on the checkout as well 🙂

    Emil

    Ulrich

    @grapplerulrich

    WordPress Contributor

    Hey Emil,

    I also see
    <div id="content" class="grid col-620">
    on this page
    http://www.grappler.tk/catlovers/kasse/
    http://i.imgur.com/MqAEd.png
    and on this page
    http://www.grappler.tk/catlovers/shop/
    I get this
    <div id="content-woocommerce" class="grid col-620">
    http://imgur.com/2UamP

    Thanks,

    Ulrich

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    You can override this:

    function responsive_woocommerce_wrapper() {
      echo '<div id="content-woocommerce" class="grid col-620">';
    }

    but WooCommerce does have the wrapper and Responsive’s Grid for entire WooCommerce plugin 🙂

    Emil

    Ulrich

    @grapplerulrich

    WordPress Contributor

    I realize that thanks.The problem is that on the checkout page the id is just “content” where as on the shop page the id is “content-woocommerce“.

    The way I see it the checkout pages is based on some other code.

    Ulrich

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    What the wrapper does is “removing” Woo wrapper and adds in Theme specific ones, but only where it needs types of thing. The entire point behind is to have a layout that doesn’t break, at least that was what I’ve experienced with some Themes 🙂

    And I know what you’re saying for sure.

    Emil

    Ulrich

    @grapplerulrich

    WordPress Contributor

    What is the best way to make the checkout page a full width page?
    What template is the checkout page based on?

    Ulrich

    Emil Uzelac

    @emiluzelac

    Theme Review Admin

    Don’t really know how to do this for full width’s the only option is to have what Woo Tutorial shows and what’s already implemented sorry 🙂

    I’ll have look for the solution.

    Emil

    Ulrich

    @grapplerulrich

    WordPress Contributor

    @royho How did you get <div id="container" class="group no-sidebars"> on the cart page
    http://mio-woo.splashingpixels.com/cart/

    and <div id="container" class="group sidebar-right"> on the shop page?
    http://mio-woo.splashingpixels.com/shop/

    Thanks,

    Ulrich

    Ulrich,
    if all you want to do is make the checkout page full width, do it via css and the body class.

    body.woocommerce-cart #content {width:100%;}

    We’ve had no problems using CSS to fix many quirks of the WooCommerce layouts when we integrated it fully into Responsive LabZip.

    If you use a child theme, remember that (to override default WooCommerce templates) you don’t need to use the folder name of “templates” when putting the replacement templates into a “woocommerce” folder in your child theme.

    Cheers,
    spence

    Plugin Author James Koster

    @jameskoster

    Just to clear this up, the checkout page is not a WooCommerce page per say. It’s a standard WordPress page containing a WooCommerce shortcode.

    So if you want to manipulate the the layout for that page you should edit page.php using is_checkout() for the checkout specific bits. Or better yet you could create a custom template for the checkout and select that from the edit page screen.

    Ulrich

    @grapplerulrich

    WordPress Contributor

    Thanks James! That is exactly what I was looking for. There was already an existing wide page template. I changed it to it now and it works great.

    Thanks,
    Ulrich

    Plugin Author James Koster

    @jameskoster

    Hey, glad I helped 🙂

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