How to completely remove the Wishlist and Compare Products function from the theme?

ThemeBurn SupportForumsOpenCart ThemesShoppica OpenCart ThemeHow to completely remove the Wishlist and Compare Products function from the theme?

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The topic title speaks for itself.

I’d like to completely remove the Wishlist and Compare Products function from my store.

August 19, 2011 at 1:40 am #850


Unfortunately, wishlist and compare products features, could be removed(or hidden) only hardcode. There is no option in the administration panel to do this.

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ThemeBurn team

August 23, 2011 at 12:15 pm #996

working for me:D

May 8, 2012 at 9:10 pm #8685

This one will be a feature in the upcoming Shoppica 2 :)

May 10, 2012 at 4:09 pm #8760

this is freekin RETARDED.

why cant I disable features that I don’t want from the backend?
just absolutely stupid stupid stupid.

is Opencart a college class project or something? I find most of it so confusing and backwards and lacking a ton of features.

I dont want to offer reward points or vouchers sales..or any other BS.

just a cart..a simple godddam shopping cart using Shoppica.

why do I have to edit code to remove a menu item?

If my client hadn’t already had this cart and template I would have chosen another platform that lets you actually manage your own site easily instead of having to edit code each time you want to do something.

time vampire.

September 25, 2012 at 10:52 pm #13652

I must completely disagree with the last comments. Also I note you commented to something that was posted in 2011. What took you so long! Simply, you must not use the kind of language you have used. It is inappropriate and disrespectful. You must be grateful of any support you are getting here – they are not supposed to offer any, but do so as a gesture of goodwill.

Upgrade to Shoppica 2 which has all the features you wanted to remove from the back end.

If you cannot edit codes, then you simply must not use open cart or any of the themes

Please note I am not affiliated to Shoppica or Open Cart. Just a very happy user of the Shoppica Theme.

September 25, 2012 at 10:57 pm #13653

yeah I can edit code. no problem there…but why should I have to?…these CMS sites should have the ability to be 100% customizable.

its ridiculous that you have to add a template to be able to remove menu items.

so in order to “easily” remove anything in opencart..I must first purchase Shoppica (which I already have) then hopefully the designers at Shoppica know whats missing in regards to modules and customization.

This seem to be the ONLY advanced theme for Opencart in the world.
what if I want to switch to another theme…Id have to re-code my entire site!


We have to be able to be fast and proficient with these sites to make money…2 sites a week is our goal…and most of the time I just beat my head on the screen when it comes to shoppica and Opencart.

September 25, 2012 at 11:15 pm #13654

Then you simply must stop using OpenCart and Shoppica else you will not achieve your goal of 2 sites a week

September 25, 2012 at 11:17 pm #13655

wordpress, joomla, drupal……we can light those up just fine at a ridiculous pace.

enter OpenCart…customer asks for basic things like wishlist to be removed or a workflow to be changed or a menu moved….then we have to recode…install 30 things. Then scour the communities for answers…ultimately being told pretty much the same thing.

- yeah we are working on that in the next release
- you can always edit the code
- go buy a module extension to do that
- stop using opencart

at some point you get kinda fed up with the bugs and lack of features. But I guess the qaulity is o par with the price.

Do production sites actually use this CMS? Shoppica looks gorgeous…but Opencart is a nightmare.
I cant see anyone building this out efficiently to their clients for profit.

September 25, 2012 at 11:32 pm #13656


OpenCart is far from a perfect cart and lacks many features that are a must have. It has its advantages too.

Unfortunately, WordPress and Joomla are not perfect either, so you should choose the system that will give you less headache :)

ThemeBurn team

September 30, 2012 at 2:02 pm #13812
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