I haven’t upgraded the new theme yet, but was wondering, have you resolved the problem of the RIGHT sidebar being the first thing that loads for products on phones rather than the product and the add to cart? I have read that the left should follow this behaviour, but on my site the right is showing first. Which is not good for the prospects of e-commerce on phones.
My theme is probably 2016 (2.8), but I will be changing to 4.3 when you have sorted the recent bugs out. I did try the 4.1 version but it didn’t seem to work with latest woocommerce 3.3.
In 3.0 theme version was added “Sidebar position for responsive layout” option (Theme Options > Products page layout > Sidebar position for responsive layout – Top / Bottom). So if the desired result is sidebar that displayed under content on shop and single product pages, this will be possible after theme update (but note, that the browser loads the webpage and reads it from top to bottom).
Latest theme version is 4.1 and it compatible with WC 3.3.3. Here you may find theme changelog – https://themeforest.net/item/woopress-responsive-ecommerce-wordpress-theme/9751050?s_rank=5 Don’t forget to create backup of your files and database before starting update process!
You need to enter your purchase code to activate our new theme version and skip Setup Wizard.
Do not forget to update all required plugins https://www.8theme.com/download-plugins/ (to update free plugins just click on update link from your Dashboard (Plugins > Installed Plugins); to update premium plugins, connect to your server using FTP. Copy extracted plugins folders into wp-content/plugins/).
Also, from the 4.0 update, all the custom styles come not like inline CSS but as styles from separate file – dynamic.css (to speed up the site loading). If you created child theme before 4.0 update you need to make changes in your child theme functions.php file and add one line http://prntscr.com/ikbhbt wp_enqueue_style( 'dynamic-css', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/dynamic.css' );
after that create an empty dynamic.css file in child theme directory.