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I use to work a basic theme with a child-theme. The parent theme contains the woocommerce.php template, which I would like to disable in the child theme. I already used several codes in the child theme's functions.php, but none worked. Can anyone imagine how I can neutralize this template? Thanks in advance!

  • What do you mean "neutralize"? – Jacob Peattie Nov 17 '18 at 6:23
  • Not clear your requirement. – vikrant zilpe Nov 17 '18 at 7:02
  • Sorry guys, I meant disable that parent theme php template in the child-theme, but without overwriting it with another template. – Rodrigo Grigoletti Nov 20 '18 at 13:43
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I'm assuming that with 'neutralize' you mean de-register or remove, such that WC doesn't see (or recognize) the file and functions as it would have without the woocommerce.php-file being there.

This answer proposes a code in which your child theme (by code) physically deletes the parent theme file. There's also a questions here that seems related to your problem.

  • Hi Bram, thanks for the reply. Exactly, I want to disable this parent theme template in the child theme. I already tried this and other codes that I found here, but I did not succeed. Any other sugestion? – Rodrigo Grigoletti Nov 20 '18 at 13:40
  • Any errors on running the first code? I cannot really think of a way why hard-deleting it from the parent theme folder wouldn't work. Have you tried de- and re-activating the (child) theme after making these changes? – Bram Nov 21 '18 at 14:55

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