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If you want to add conditionals to this, such as only removing the breadcrumb on a single product page, then adding the hook to the 'template_redirect' actions instead works.
for WC 3.+ use:
remove_action( 'woocommerce_before_main_content', 'woocommerce_breadcrumb', 20 );
For some reason, the only thing that worked for me on WC 3.0 is:
add_filter( 'woocommerce_get_breadcrumb', '__return_false' );
I'm using Storefront with a custom child theme.
Nevermind, that now throws an error as of WC 3.0.1 (because WC is now trying to loop through a foreach without first checking whether any breadcrumbs exist). I haven't yet found a way to remove breadcrumbs, though I've tried everything that's been suggested online. Might be my problem, or might be a change in WC 3.0 + Storefront.
I'm here with the same woes as crabilld. WooCommerce 3.0.1 and Storefront child. I've reverted back to the original Storefront functions.php due to upgrading to php 7.0 and now cannot hide Woo's breadcrumbs (unless I use css display none, which isn't the way I want).
crabilld's fix also fails for me in woo 3.0.1
Anyone have any idea how to remove them? Struggling to figure it out, I'd rather not just hide it with CSS.
yes! i try to add this code to my functions.php,but it don't achieved, so i go to add dispaly:none to style.css that come true fastly
+1 to find a solution to this please. using the add_filter( 'woocommerce_get_breadcrumb', '__return_false' ); throws errors in other parts of woo unfortunately.