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Plugin Files Overview


If you want to customize WooCommerce, it’s a must to download the plugin files on your computer and… see what’s inside.


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3 thoughts on “Plugin Files Overview

  1. Hi Rodolfo, this lesson has definitely been the most valuable to me thus far. 😀 My understanding is that it’s not ideal to copy template files to /woocommerce in child themes because these templates will be outdated as soon as WooCommerce updates. But I’m curious – why would WooCommerce themselves recommend this method? Is it because it requires less coding knowledge and thus is accessible to more people?

    1. Hey Noelle 🙂 Good question – I still have no idea why WooCommerce keeps recommending this strategy, but for sure it’s easier to copy a whole template and “remove” bits of PHP from there than learning how to code properly (module 4 and 5 of this course). So, you’re probably right

      1. Makes sense. Thanks, Rodolfo!

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