Support » Plugin: WooCommerce Blocks » Terrible Plug-in

  • wdk3

    (@wdk3)


    With much anticipation, I downloaded and activated this plug-in with the hope I could edit fonts, colors, etc. on the WooCommerce check-out page. However, after spending several hours reading documentation, reviewing videos and trial and error, I could find nothing anywhere that would permit me to change background color, font size, font or any other normally editable feature on the check-out page. I tried editing CSS but the way the fields are designed, with this plug-in, I have to change part of the field that I do not want to change.

    The bottom line: this plug-in, is, in my opinion, good only if one wants to accept the default fonts and color schemes. This plug-in is, in my opinion, a total waste of time if one wants to change fonts or colors.

    If I could rate this a negative, I would do so.

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  • Plugin Author Darren Ethier (nerrad)

    (@nerrad)

    Hi there,

    I definitely sympathize with the feeling of downloading something hoping it will meet expectations and finding out it doesn’t. In case you’re not aware, the Cart and Checkout blocks in this plugin is a preview release. You can read more about the release here.

    The current state definitely is not the final iteration of the blocks. We released them early so that folks are able to get an early look at them and for those who are able to use them, get some feedback about what to prioritize as we continue to build them out.

    Thanks for taking the time to share what you hope to see and be able to do with the blocks!

    wmewme

    (@wmewme)

    You can change the colors with this CCSS code

    Buttom colors

    .wc-block-components-button:not(.is-link) {
    background-color: #E20B50;
    border-radius: 50px
    }

    .wc-block-components-button:not(.is-link):active, .wc-block-components-button:not(.is-link):disabled,
    .wc-block-components-button:not(.is-link):focus, .wc-block-components-button:not(.is-link):hover {
    background-color: #E20B50;
    color: #fff;
    }

    .wp-block-button__link {
    background-color: #E20B50;
    }

    just change the hexa color codes and change the border radius

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