How to remove "data-ocu-checkout" "data-disable-recharge" from checkout button

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Inspecting checkout button on cart page I can see this


i am trying to remove "data-ocu-checkout" "data-disable-recharge" from the checkout button. When I find the checkout button in the code editor those fields are not there. Seems they are dynamically loaded from somewhere other then the cart template file. How can I remove these entirely from my checkout button? Please help as this is urgent. 



If you can't see it in your theme's code it's very likely coming from an app or Javascript.
Without seeing your website it's very difficult to develop an accurate solution, but theoretically this should do it:

1. In your Shopify Admin go to online store > themes > actions > edit code
2. In your theme.liquid file, find the </body> (press CTRL + F or command + F on Mac)
3. paste this code right above the </body> tag:

async function removeAtt(){

  function _waitForElement(selector, delay = 50, tries = 200) {
    const element = document.querySelector(selector);

    // creates a local variable w/ the name of the selector to keep track of all tries
    if (!window[`__${selector}`]) {
      window[`__${selector}`] = 0;

    function _search() {
      return new Promise((resolve) => {
        setTimeout(resolve, delay);

    //element not found, retry
    if (element === null) {
      if (window[`__${selector}`] >= tries) {
        window[`__${selector}`] = 0;
        return Promise.reject(null);

      return _search().then(() => waitForElement(selector));
    } else {
      return Promise.resolve(element);

var $el = await _waitForElement(`[data-disable-recharge]`);



Please let me know whether it works.

Kind regards,

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Thank you for the solution, this did not work for me specifically but it was enough to inspire my own solution. I was able to figure out where the app was being rendered in the code and was able to conditionally render the app only when it was needed.

Thanks again for the help it is always appreciated.