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    Kat Johnston
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    Since updating to the latest Woocommerce version, the following warning has come up:

    Your theme has bundled outdated copies of WooCommerce template files. If you notice an issue on your site, this could be the reason. Please contact your theme developer for further assistance. You can review the System Status report for full details or learn more about WooCommerce Template Structure here.

    Looking at the breakdown in the system info, it says the following:

    Overrides (WooCommerce): alora/woocommerce/cart/cart.php version 2.3.0 is out of date. The core version is 2.3.8,

    Is that what is causing the problem? Will there be an update to address that, or should I be replacing that template file myself?

    Also, I have installed the Woothemes Australia Post Shipping Method (http://www.woothemes.com/products/australia-post-shipping-method/) – and this seems to break the page design of the cart page, when it comes to customers selecting their state (within Australia – I have not tested with other countries). Is this a fault of the plugin, or is it something on the theme-end?

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  • Kat Johnston
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    Denzel Chia
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    #18017 |


    Please paste the following codes in your Theme Options -> Custom CSS

    This will fix your cart page’s select state dropdown width.
    Please see screenshot. http://prntscr.com/7f98xl

    As for the cart template version. Alora version 2.7.0 has already been updated to use Cart Page 2.3.8
    Please use the latest theme.

    If your current cart.php is working properly for you and you do not want to update your Alora theme, then you can ignore that woocommerce system info message.


    Kat Johnston
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    #18159 |

    Hi Denzel,

    For some reason, although I have the latest version installed, that file didn’t update. Perhaps because I used WordPress’s update option it somehow skipped updating that one… ah well. All sorted now.

    The code snippet worked a treat with a little extra tweaking. Thank you!

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