Where / how are the woocommerce menus injected into the WP menus?
I have activated woocommerce, and now the different cart pages show up everywhere in the footer and the blog sidebar. How can I get rid of these? I need to create my own navigation that is independent from the typical menu navigation.
I’d prefer to take out the code, instead of just hiding stuff via css, if possible. I have “child-themed” Propulsion, if that matters.
The site is not live yet, so no link. Sorry!
Thanks much for any help!
Please go to Appearance > Menus in WordPress dashboard, there you can create and edit your menus. If that does not help, please post a screenshot.
The top menu is all fine. I am referring to the widgets on the side and in the footer. Screen shot here: http://s22.postimg.org/eb07vkzr5/screen.jpg
Please refer to this post https://kriesi.at/support/topic/footer-menus/#post-177923
Hmmm. I know this is none of your fault, but this is a lousy solution. Cart pages have nothing to lose in the midst of site pages. And if at all, I would expect that I need to ADD them, not check their id’s and fill them in.
And this is why my question was where they get injected into the pages list. I want to kick them out altogether.
Thanks nonetheless, Yigit!
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