Support » Plugin: WP eCommerce » Unique product in shop – no need for "Continue Shopping"

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  • I’ve looked at the code that generates it and it seems to have
    class=’continue_shopping’
    so your best bet is to hide it using CSS in your theme’s CSS file.

    My guess is you should have a look at:
    wpsc-core/js/wp-e-commerce.js
    1163: jQuery( ‘div.wpsc_variation_forms’ ).on( ‘change’, ‘.wpsc_select_variation’, function() {

    then perhaps create your own class and function

    Sorry, wrong thread.

    Hi whitelamp,

    thanks for this.

    I have been looking in WPEC CSS file in my theme folder but there I am not able to find where the for “continue_shopping” instruction actually is.

    Can you give me more details about the right place to look for it?

    thanks again for your help, much appreciated

    At a guess – go to wp-content/themes/yourtheme/wpsc-default.css and
    add:

    .continue_shopping {
    display: none;
    }

    but that is not tested or anything.

    yes, I have tried this option but that instruction does not move anything in the fancy notification box 🙂

    Do you think it’s possible to remove the link with javascript and jQuery?

    If yes, what is the file to edit?

    thanks!

    Really, simplest is to hide it with CSS. If my suggestion doesn’t work then try using firebug or a developer toolbar to see why.

    Mihai from Instinct pointed out to me that you can change the content with a simple filter.

    Hook wpsc_add_to_cart_json_response and you can change the content of the fancy notification to whatever you want.

    See WP-e-Commerce\wpsc-components\theme-engine-v1\helpers\ajax.php at line 193.

    I have tried, adding

    .continue_shopping {
    display: none;
    }

    to wp-content/themes/mytheme/wpsc-default.css

    but the link it’s still there.

    Curious thing I am not able to locate the CSS where instruction continue_shopping is included.

    Chrome Developer toolbar does still refer to wpsc-default.css, weird that the ‘display: none’ instruction is simply ignored.

    I am not a developer so I cannot go further in my analysis; any suggestion would be more than appreciated.

    thanks!

    Hi Jeff Pye Brook,

    just saw your comment now.

    what you mean by ‘Hook’? Sorry, I am not a developer so any further explanation would help me following your suggestion 🙂

    thanks!

    I’ll create a little plugin for you to use that removes the notification, give me a little bit and I will post a download link.

    Hi Jeff Pye brook,

    thank you so much for this. Simply amazing 🙂

    Out of curiosity: any particular reason you choose to go with a plugin instead of editing WPEC code to remove the link?

    thanks again!

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Brute Squad and Volunteer Moderator

    Out of curiosity: any particular reason you choose to go with a plugin instead of editing WPEC code to remove the link?

    Making another plugin is better: if you modify WPEC directly then you’ll lose those changes when the plugin is updated. By doing it the way that Jeff did then your changes will remain in effect even if the WPEC plugin is updated.

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