Change PHP files from plugin (template override)

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    • #94378
      Steven Kuijpers


      I know it is possible, because I read:

      However when I use the suggested solution it doesn’t work. I am probably doing something wrong. I want to change ‘wcfm-view-products.php’.

      So I put everything in my theme folder. Tried two options.


      Any idea what I am missing?

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    • #94709


      The folder structure will be “themes/qualis-child/wcfm/products/wcfm-view-products.php” (themes//wcfm/products/wcfm-view-products.php).


    • #94743
      Steven Kuijpers

      That worked perfectly. Thank you.

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