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WordPress WooCommerce Theme Development Starting a Custom WooCommerce Theme Setting Up the Theme - Part 2

Bobby Ray
Bobby Ray
19,980 Points

Had to add an id to nav to get nav menu overlay functioning properly.

Using the project download, the menu overlay was buggy on pages with woocommerce nav elements. If you run into this problem, add an id to the nav in header.php, then adjust fadeToggle() accordingly in js/app.js. You'll also have to modify the nav declarations in style.css to get the woocommerce breadcrumbs and pagination displaying properly.

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Zac Gordon
Zac Gordon
Treehouse Guest Teacher

That was my fault! The project downloads have been updated to reflect this correction.