I know this isn’t probably the place but I’ve been looking at a few “e-commerce” solutions for my friends website. He is using WordPress as the backend and I’ve setup a face site on a spare computer in my house to test a few options for him. I have come to like WooCommerce a lot but I’m having a few issues with it.
His website is a custom built theme that is using the “WooCommerce” plugin. It seems that the website is ignoring the sizes that are set inside the plugin’s settings. Is there something that I need to add to the current theme css to have it recognize the image settings?
If I had this on a live server, I would post a link to it but it’s just on an internal XP box I had laying around.
I’m curious for those that have used WooCommerce and Shopp if you find one better than the other? We’ve had our fair share of bugs and issues with Shopp on a recent install and I was kinda hoping WooCommerce would be a better alternative next time.
@Maddtechwf I added the code from above to the functions.php in my themes folder changed all the image sizes to 150 but the product pages css all remain 300 and the related products are still pulling the 150 thumbnails into a 300 css box and making them blurry.
Are there any other changes I have to make to the code above? did you just copy and paste it and it into the functions.php and it worked?
@Maddtechwf@Douglas I am having the same issue. Thanks for posting to this site. It’s been the only helpful resource, so far. The biggest issue I’m having is with the related products images at the bottom of a single product page. They are extremely blurry, making my site look unprofessional. Does anyone know of a way to tackle this? I used the code above, regenerated my thumbnails, and the other images seem to look better, but still not great.
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@AngeloP – As a backup I have taken the placeholder image that comes with WoCommerce and used it as a template for my pictures. I just looked at the placeholders width and height and resized my pictured accordingly using either Photoshop or Gimp. I noticed after changing the code above that some of my images still seemed blurry. That’s how I got around it.