I am trying to add a new product. However, the product data to fill in the price, link file, attributes, etc are blocked to the right of the page instead of how it used to be in the middle of the page under the description. It being on the right side of the page has a glitch and is unable to be used. It is cut off and it is inaccessible to work with. What can I do to fix this issue? I will try to include a screenshot.
From what I understand, you’re facing an issue with the product data fields being cut off on the right side of the page, which is stopping you from adding a new product. You mentioned that this section used to be in the middle of the page under the description, but a glitch has moved it to an inaccessible location.
Looking at the screenshot you shared, it appears the ‘Product Data’ section has docked to the right side. Let’s start with a simple fix: try dragging this section back to the middle of the page. Click and hold the title bar of the ‘Product Data’ section, then drag and drop it where you want it.
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If that doesn’t do the trick, let’s follow @hemant-ahir’s advice and carry out a conflict test. This means you’ll need to deactivate all your plugins, except for WooCommerce, and check if your website works properly. If the issue disappears, reactivate your plugins one by one to pinpoint the potential conflict source.
Another step you can take is to temporarily switch to a default WordPress theme like Storefront. This might help us see if your current theme is the culprit. Here’s a handy guide on testing for conflicts: 👉 How to Test for Plugin and Theme Conflicts.
If none of these steps solve the problem, could you please share your site’s System Status with us? This will provide us with a better insight into your site’s setup and help us diagnose the issue. You can find it via
WooCommerce > Status. Select
Get system report and then
Copy for support.
Also, if there are any fatal error logs, we’d appreciate if you could share those too. You can locate these under
WooCommerce > Status > Logs.
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Thanks for your patience and cooperation in this matter! We’re here to help you get this sorted.