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How to Uninstall the Fileflare Shopify App

Shopify’s rules state that apps need to delete all the store’s data and will delete your personal data once the app receives the webhook from Shopify. This happens within 48 hours after uninstalling.

All of your Shopify data and uploaded assets will be permanently deleted as soon as Shopify send the request. This can take place anytime within those 48 hours. This is an automated system.

No code is automatically added to your theme

Filelflare does not automatically add any code to your Shopify theme, so if you haven’t added any code yourself, then you don’t need to do anything.

If you added manual code yourself

The only code that would be added to your theme that is in use for Fileflare, is the code that you have manually added yourself. Fileflare does not inject this code automatically.

The only code snippets that you are able to manually add to your store are:

  • Customer account download links – order page links snippet
  • Customer account download links – “View all downloads” link
  • Custom CSS for the download button
  • Custom CSS for the download page

To remove them, simply:

  1. Go to your Shopify dashboard
  2. Go to “Online store” > “Themes”
  3. Click “Actions” > “Edit code”
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  1. Check the below sections by clicking the arrow on the left.
Customer account download links – order page links snippet

Go to the “Customers/order.liquid” or the “main-order.liquid” file

Third-party and older themes use customers/order.liquid

customers order liquid

Many new Shopify themes use main-order.liquid

main-order.liquid
  1. Find the code snippet:
<div id='digitalAssets'></div>
  1. Delete this code and click “Save”
  2. Done!
Customer account download links – “View all downloads” link
  1. Search for the “main-account.liquid” file.
  2. Search the text:
apps/digital-downloads

This is the link that will need to be removed. It may be inside a button code snippet, an example below:

<a href="https://example.com/apps/digital-downloads" >
<button>View all downloads</button>
</a>
Custom CSS for the download button
  1. Go to your root CSS file. It is sometimes called “base.css”.
  2. Remove the code marked with #digitalAssets:
#digitalAssets {
    --dda-color-100: #F7F9FC; /* Button background color */
    --dda-color-200: #E2E7F0; /* Button border color */
    --dda-color-400: #CBD2E0; /* Button hover color */
    --dda-color-600: #2D3648; /* Button text color */
}
Custom CSS for the download page
  1. Find your root CSS file. It’s sometimes called “base.css”
  2. Now remove the code that is marked with .dda-orders:
.dda-orders {
    --dda-orders-width: 53.75em;
    --dda-order-radius-lg: 16px;
    --dda-order-radius-md: 12px;
    --dda-order-radius-sm: 8px;
    --dda-order-radius-xs: 4px;
    --dda-order-radius-full: 50pc;
    --dda-order-spacing: 2em;
    --dda-color-000: #FFF; /* Background of the middle box */
    --dda-color-100: #F7F9FC; /* Background main box */
    --dda-color-200: #E2E7F0; /* Order number bubble background */
    --dda-color-300: #EDF0F7; /* Horizontal border line below title */
    --dda-color-400: #CBD2E0; /* The main border line */
    --dda-color-500: #717D96; /* File type/size text */
    --dda-color-600: #2D3648; /* Main text colour */
}