Site on wordpress platform, godaddy managed wordpress hosting (cringey, I know, my client insists on it). I inherited this site and do the things her VA can't do with it.
So, I'm trying to remove woocommerce, because it's no longer being used. Originally the site had a top menu bar with the woocommerce cart details and login links. I found that was done through the header.php file. I removed the code and it seemed fine. I had to adjust the margins a little, easy no problem. However, when I refresh the page or go to another page on the site, I notice the header area has a big space above it as everything loads and then adjusts, jumping up to where it should be. Don't know how else to describe it. I would give the url to the staging site, so you can check it out, but I don't want it picked up on google.
Also, if I deactive woocommerce, it breaks the site. Only the navbar shows. There's something I'm missing, I know, and it's probably something simple. UGH I'm just getting over some funk that took me out for almost a week, so I know my head still isn't right and I'm racking my brains over this. I just need to get this done.
Please help! I really appreciate it!
EDIT: I just realized the live site that still has the woocommerce navbar intact does the same, so skip that part (well, if you can help me solve that issue, would be great too, but that is back burner)
For now, my main focus is getting rid of woo - it completely breaks the site when I deactivate it, nothing shows, but the primary navbar.
Edited by Sivapriya, 22 February 2018 - 01:18 AM.