Support » Plugin: WooCommerce » WooCommerce 2.0 breaks the Wootique theme?

  • Resolved aplusr


    I updated to WooCommerce 2.0 but the theme Wootique(a WooCommerce theme) is a bit off on the ‘Shop’ page.

    I added the new page woocommerce.php (a duplicate of page.php) along with the code: <?php woocommerce_content(); ?> to replace ‘The_Loop’ but the issue has not gone away. (I received a message in my dashboard telling me to add the new woocommerce.php page. The message didn’t disappear once I followed the instructions I chose to hide it.)

    If you scroll down to the bottom you should see what I’m trying to fix:

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  • The page links for the products went vertical (they used to be horizontal). Same with the related products, they are now listed vertically when they used to be horizontal on a specific product page.

    i updated 2.0 as well and now none of my products are showing in my shop page. i have no idea how to add the code and etc. can you please show me ?

    when you go to my shop page nothings there.

    i am using a 3rd party theme as well

    I used this:

    The products are showing for me but I have 1 lingering issue I think.

    where do i go on wordpress to replace that? i saw that too but i just dont know where to go on wordpress

    do you mind doing it for me if i give you my wp-admin password ?

    no one has gotten back to me yet

    Plugin Author James Koster


    Hi there,

    Please update to the latest version of Wootique.

    Thanks, Jay

    Hi Jay,

    I went to ‘Update Framework’ from the Wootique panel but it says I have the latest version: 5.5.3. I also tried installing the file manually after downloading it from but the install failed because the entire file already exists.



    I updated to Wootique 5.5.5 but the page links at the bottom and the related products feature are still vertical. I deleted the woocommerce.php file for custom themes as I don’t have a custom theme I’m using Wootique as I mentioned.

    I am also having this same issue due to the update.
    I’m assuming we may have to wait for wootique to update their theme?

    So, it seems the issue is a matter of spacing. The left column on the product pages only is too narrow now, so the related products only fit vertically. also, the words, “Product Description” now no longer fit on one line, so they are are not on two lines, etc.

    If we could find the area to edit the product page margins we could solve this issue.

    Any ideas?

    another thread has a solution to the tabs issue

    but haven’t found a solution yet to the vertical Related Products.

    To “fix” the left vertical related products, add this to your custom.css

    ul.products li.first { clear: none; }
    .single-product .type-product { clear: none; }

    excellent. thank you!

    I “fixed” the vertical issue, by using the custom css, thanks. I think the page looks better with the three related products laid out horizontally rather than vertically because they can all fit on one horizontal row and not take up so much white-space.

    I haven’t been able to fix the navigation on the Shop page though. I have the plugin WP-PageNavi as well as WooCommerce 2.0.4 and Wootqiue 5.5.5, could WP-PageNavi be causing the problem?

    I tried disabling WP-PageNavi and clearing my cache and everything but that doesn’t seem to get rid of the two navigation bars at the bottom of the page.

    If you scroll to the bottom of this page you will see what I’m talking about:

    I inspected the page in Google Chrome and it looks like there are two sets of navigation: nav class="woocommerce-pagination" and <div class="pagination woo-pagination">

    It looks like the <nav class= is for numbered html links and the <div class= contains buttons for each page.

    It looks like maybe the nav class is vertical when it should be horizontal in order to sit inside of the div class. But the div class seems to be handling all of the navigation by itself.

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