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Override plugin images so that they are not removed when the plugin is updated

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Hi. I'd like to change the delete.png image because it doesn't fit my theme and it actually looks like it comes from an old 2004 computer, but I don't want to just replace the image in its folder (wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-products-filter/img/delete.png) because I would lose my changes when the plugin is updated.

If I knew what code says "use this image" in the plugin files I could copy it in my child theme and change the path to the image I think, but I can't find it...

Could someone help me?

I want to point out that my php knowledge is limited to variables...

I've also noticed that 10 minutes after I deactivate all archive pages on attributes, they get reactivated. I don't want to show them to my customers because my archive pages are bugged... Does the woof woocommerce force attribute archive pages to be activated by default?

Hello

but I don't want to just replace the image in its folder  - Unfortunately now there is no other way

Does the woof woocommerce force attribute archive pages to be activated by default? - Yes. Otherwise, attribute filtering does not work.

Hi.

Unfortunately now there is no other way----> Uh... Actually... I've found out the image is set with just a css rule inside front.css. the url parameter can take things from any directory, provided you insert a full link with https://  Either appearance->customize->additional css or a child theme should be enough.

Yes. Otherwise, attribute filtering does not work.---> Do you happen to know if there's a way to make the attributes as plain text instead of links in the single product pages? It's not an issue to have them if I can prevent my customers from seeing them I think.

Hello

Please  read  this - https://wordpress.org/support/topic/remove-links-from-product-attributes/