Ask us to do it for you

At Judge.me, we are happy to help you check through your codes and remove any snippets we add to display the review widgets. 

However, if you have uninstalled Judge.me already, we no longer have access to make these changes. In that case, you'll need to do is grant us access to your store through a staff account.

Please invite us (support@judge.me) to your staff admin following these steps:

  • From Shopify admin, click on Settings > Users and permissions > Add staff. 
  • Enter our email support@judge.meFirst Name and Last name can be any names.
  • We will only need permission for Online store > Themes.
  • Click Send invite.

Once this is done, just send us an email at support@judge.me or get a hold of us via chat, and we'll gladly check your code and make any necessary adjustments for you.


Remove the code yourself

During installation, we always add code to your theme.liquid file and, depending on your installation preferences during onboarding, we may add code to your and product.liquid template file (see step 1 & 2). If you would like to remove any residual code snippets by yourself, please follow these steps:

  1. Go to your theme.liquid file and remove the JS call line of code

    {% include 'judgeme_core' %}
  2. Go to your product.liquidtemplate or snippet and remove the review widget line of code:
    {% include 'judgeme_widgets', widget_type: 'judgeme_review_widget', concierge_install: true %}
  3. If you had the preview badges installed, go to your collection.liquid and/or product.liquidtemplate and remove this line:
    {% include 'judgeme_widgets', widget_type: 'judgeme_preview_badge', jm_style: '', concierge_install: true %}
  4. If you had the All Reviews page installed, remove these 2 files with the following path from your themes:
    • snippets/judgeme_all_reviews.liquid
    • templates/page.judgeme_all_reviews.liquid
  5. Overall, you can look for the files that contain "judge" that are usually the files from Judge.me.

Note
The line of code could be placed in a snippet referenced in the template. For example, the Preview Badge could be part of a product-thumbnail snippet rather than mentioned directly in the template file 'collection.liquid'.