Support » Plugin: WP eCommerce » Products, Checkout, Transaction Results, Your Account pages

  • Resolved palmerstoneroad



    I have just installed the WP e-commmerce plugin and the following pages have been automatically created:

    Products Page
    Transaction Results
    Your Account

    The problem is these pages are linked in site navbar. How can I make them not visible in the navbar?
    Can I delete them or I will need them in the future?


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  • Plugin Author Mihai Joldis


    Those are core pages of the plugin. Do not delete then. For the navbar issue its best to use your own menus for navigation.

    Custom Menus



    How can I know if my theme allows use of Custom Menus?

    Product page (and subpages) are set at “zero” value in Apperance->Menu-> Order but they are still displayed.

    Any idea how to get rid of them?

    Plugin Author Justin Sainton


    Hi palmerstoneroad,

    “0”, in that context, is just the order in which they appear, not a binary on/off flag. So something in 0 would simply show up before 1, assuming the theme was ordering by menu_order.

    If your theme supports menus, you’ll be able to go to the Appearance link, then to Menus underneath it, and be able to create and manage your menus there.


    thanks for this. Can you tell me how to spot whether a theme support menus?

    I am able to go to Appereance -> menus and create a new menu but even if I don’t select Products Page, Checkout, Transaction Results and Your Account
    they still appear.

    These pages are creating links in the menu so there should be a way to disallow them

    What if I delete/recreate the pages? Could be a viable solution?


    Plugin Author Mihai Joldis


    Once you created your menu you need to “assign” it the location on which to show up.
    I think you have a Manage Locations or something similar on the Menu`s page where you can select what menu to show up in which location.
    Also note menu locations depend on how they are created in the theme.
    For example a theme could have just a Header menu, or a header and footer.



    my theme did not support menus so I had to make it able to support it. After that your solution worked smoothly.


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