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Hello, I just downloaded the WooCommerce plugin and started testing it and it's having a slight issue with PL 2.0. When viewing a product, it's forcing the information all the way to right, but the cart and checkout pages are working perfectly. You'll see some clunkiness with the PL meta display in the admin section section when adding a product??”see image 4. I would love to make this plugin work for PL 2.0 so any help would be appreciated. I feel there's only a slight change needs to be made in order to make this work. I appreciate it. Brian WooCommerce-01.gifWooCommerce-02.gifWooCommerce-03.gifWooCommerce-04.gifWooCommerce-05.gif

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Is there any way you could upload to a test server so that we could check out the CSS? Is there anything in the woocommerce documentation about setting container selectors for a specific theme? I know with jigoshop you have to sometimes list the containers of your theme in functions.php so that it builds the page correctly.

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Hey Jim, So here is a testing site: [url]http://www.centercitypress.com/[/url]. You'll see what I mean when you go to the "Shop" link.

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Does it do the same thing if you get rid of the right sidebar and make the shop and product pages full width layout?

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Hmm, the plugin seems like it might be overriding some key classes and/or id's such as "container". Its hard to pinpoint and this may not be the ideal solution but you could try this CSS for a band-aid fix: [code] #page, #dynamic-content { max-width: 1000px; margin: 0 auto; } [/code]

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Thanks Jim, the band-aid worked. Hoping there might be a better solution down the road. (Changing the sidebars didn't work.)

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If you can find anything in the plugin documentation or forum that gives a process for integrating into a theme post it here and I can try to help you further.

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I'll take a look. You wouldn't happen to the know code to have images displayed behind a fixed footer when you need to scroll down? It's in relation to a question I previously asked. (http://www.pagelines.com/forum/discussion/16195/footer-forced-to-bottom#Item_7)

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Must need sleep . . . z-index:2; solves that issue.

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Do you still need assistance or did the z-index work...?

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The z-index worked but is there another solution?

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Another CSS solution or another type of solution that doesn't involve CSS coding?

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Another CSS solution.

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z-index is definitely the best solution when trying to make things appear in the proper layer order. If you need further assistance, please let us know.

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This might help with getting the WooCommerce product pages to display correctly on PageLines Framework 2.0. I haven't tried this yet, but it looks promising. [b]Third party / custom theme compatibility[/b] (WooCommerce Docs): [url="http://www.woothemes.com/woocommerce-docs/codex/third-party-custom-theme-compatibility/"]http://www.woothemes.com/woocommerce-docs/codex/third-party-custom-theme-compatibility/[/url]

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Thanks for the link!

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