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It’s actually not recommended to replace CSS class names as it might break the site. But if you need to replace them there’s a way around which needs a bit of coding skill.
For example: If you want to replace css class name “woocommerce-xyz” to something like “wc-xyz”, then you’ll need to add following replacement in “replace in html”:
woocommerce-xyz ==> wc-xyz
Then copy the css code from for wp-navbar from respective css file, replace occurrences of “woocommerce-xyz” with “wc-xyz”, and add it in “Internal CSS” option in HMWP Source Code tab.
This is the only solution as of now. We can’t control what other plugin developers will name their CSS class names as. Hope you understand my point here.
That is not a real solution. If woocommerce is detectable, it is obvious WordPress is there as well. This plugin was a waste of money and more importantly, time.
Sorry for that! We recommend you to apply for the refund via your envato panel, or else wait for the next major release (will be out in few weeks) which will better take care of such online detectors. Thanks!
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