In the General settings you should enable the plugin itself first. Then you should specify the position of the quick view Button & the hook priority. Play around with these 2 settings if you do not see the buttons.
Then you can set a text for the quick view button (HTML is allowed here, so you can use a custom icon for example).
If you check the Use Default Template checkbox our plugin does not take the built in modal content view, but the WooCommerce Default one. You can try if it works also, but some themes may have overwritten this. If you want to customize the layout you can copy the quick view file, located in wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-quick-view/public/templates/quick-view.php, to your theme (wp-content/themes/your-child-theme/woocommerce/quick-view-php).
Quick View Styling
In the Styling Section of the plugin settings you can first set a default open effect (either as a modal or as inline directly in your product category pages).
The next settings can be used to style the Modal and it’s backdrop as you like. Here you can change colors, padding and the width of the image or content container. Also you can enable “Content Auto Height” – if this is enabled the content height will be the same height as your image. If content should be higher it will show a scroll option.
If the styles do not work, make sure the following file has a CHMOD 0777: /wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-quick-view/public/css/woocommerce-quick-view-custom.css
Data to Show
The data to show section allows you to enable and disable certain parts of the quick view content. The following elements are possible:
- Short Description
- Add to Cart
- Read More
In the advanced settings panel you can add some custom CSS or custom JS if you want.