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Frequently Asked Questions
You can download it right from your wp-admin by searching for 'ExchangeWP' or you can visit the WordPress.org Plugin Repository to download it.
You don't have to do anything! If you go to your-domain.com/store, you'll see any products you created displayed there. You can change the title and slug of your store page in your Exchange Page settings.
No, you should be able to use Exchange with any WordPress theme.
There are occasional conflicts with other themes, most of which can be solved using the WordPress Page Type instead of the Exchange Page Type. This is changed under Settings > Pages in WP-Admin.
Modify Default Redirects Add-on
Use the "Modify Default Redrects" add-on to accomplish this without editing core Exchange files.
Editing Core Exchange Code (not recommended)
By default in Exchange, when your customer logs out, they will be redirected to the Log In page. You can change this however.
To do this, go into /lib/pages/ and you'll find the class.pages.php file. On line 181 (this may vary as Exchange is updated), you'll find the start of the function that controls where the user is taken after logging out.
When creating custom styles for Exchange, you won't want to edit the exchange.css file directly as any changes you make would be overwritten with an update to Exchange.
Instead, create a directory in your child theme called exchange. The directory path would look something like this:
Then you'll create a file named style.css where you'll add your custom CSS, then upload the file to the exchange directory you created in your child theme.
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