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    Hello, the woocommerce thumbnails on my products are very small in the widget areas,

    is there some css to enlarge the widget areas? On other themes i use a percentage to increase the size.

    Can you please help me figure out the css to change on the product page “add to cart” button and the “+” & “-” button i would like to change the color to a light blue.

    Iv been keeping up with some of your posts regarding disabling any cache plugin, i used 3wt iv kept it disabled, i do use it for cloudflare and my cdn plugin as well. I use this theme on my largest site over 50k products. Its very fast and well coded. I installed Google Modpagespeed and fixed the WordPress 3.5 admin minor tweak issue. I have it at default right now. I am familiar with what all the settings do, but not how well they work with Woo, and even with the new 2.0 upgrades.

    My questions are: Should i install the cdn plugin and cloudflare and ditch the cache plugin, or use the cache plugin to take care of it all, and just disable the page cache and other caches?

    Do you have any recommendations for what Modpagespeed rules to set for best performance with wordpress and woocommerce?


    Hi jwt2030,

    For the image issue in the widgets, can you link us to a page with the widget showing?

    Do you want to change all add to cart buttons or just the ones on the single product page? For the single product page this should do it for the buttons and quantities:

    div .quantity, div .quantity input.minus {
    background-color: #333;
    background-image: none;
    #top .cart .button {
    background-color: #555;
    background-image: none;
    color: #FFF;
    text-shadow: 1px 1px 0px white;

    For the optimization questions, I’ve flagged Nick on the topic as he has dealt with them much more than I have.




    Hello, Thank you for your update, here is the link. i would like the widget images to be larger with woo featured items, and random products..

    Yes it was the product page color css i needed for the buttons, thank you greatly.

    Thank you for your #1 Support. :)



    You got bigger issues. At least from my end I am getting 403 forbidden errors on the jquery in your plugin folder. Can you touch base with your host and see if they can get you normalized because with 10 errors on the page its surprising it works at all.

    It also look like you are load jquery.cookie.js from 2 different plugins which is never a good thing as well since one of those plugins must not be testing whether the files it is trying to enqueue are already present.




    It was an .htaccess in my plugin folder blocking the script. BulletProof Security Pro just came out with a plugin firewall a few updates ago.

    You can whitelist plugins Its just a long process. I had the default .htaccess firewall in my folder.



    To make the images larger in the widget, please add this css code. This will show the images in one of the sizes they are saved in, so there is no blurring. If you feel it is too large. You can make them smaller by decreasing the number below. Currently they are at 32px. You can add the code to /css/custom.css file or to Quick CSS located in Replete > Theme Options > Styling … the text box at the bottom of the page.

    #top div ul.product_list_widget li img {
    width: 86px;

    I don’t use bulletproof, but use the other 2 popular ones. Since I am on Nginx, bulletproof doesn’t support it last time i checked while Wordfence and Better WP security do. Though to be honest, they do little to combat against malicious code that is already attached to a theme or a plugin and are very easy to fool by keeping the malicious code in a separate file and calling it with an include statement into a template.



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