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  • #21085

    Hi all,

    Just to let you all know, that I have just installed WP 3.5.1 with WooCommerce 2.0.2 and Replete 1.3.1. I did not install the demo articles. In this configuration everything worked fine.

    I installed the following plugins:

    – WooThemes updater 1.0.4
    – WooCommerce Product Finder 1.0.0
    Gravity Forms 1.6.12
    – WooCommerce Gravity Forms Product Add-ons 2.1
    – WooCommerce Grid/List Toggle 0.3.2
    – WooCommerce Mollie iDEAL Gateway 1.6.4 (dutch gateway)
    – bbPress 2.2.4

    This combination works fine, no plugin conflicts, tabs are fine, number of products to order show fine etc.

    Kind Regards,

    Peter Luit
    Netherlands

    demo in progress on http://www.nieuwsmarkt.com (bit slow, internal server)

    #110395

    Well, the WooCommerce Grid/List Toggle 0.3.2 is not that nice in the way it displays the list items. Maybe with some CSS it could be done better. I will look into those details.

    #110396

    Hi peterluit,

    Thanks for sharing the info. :)

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #110397

    Now that I am testing several things, it seems that WooCommerce Gravity Forms Product Add-ons 2.1 does not ‘calculate’ within the theme. I added a simple form to a product to choose between some options. The options price, the subtotal price and total price remain empty.

    After upgrading tot WooCommerce 2.0.3 it did not solve the problem. To me it looks like some javascript conflict, since in other themes after choosing the product in the store, the Gravity Forms Product Add-ons starts to calculate at the moment of choosing the product.

    After upgrading Gravity Forms Product Add-ons to the latest version 2.2.2 the calculation is still not done.

    Just wanted to let you know this, I will also send a message to WooThemes, maybe they can check the add-on as well.

    Kind Regards,
    Peter

    #110398

    Hey!

    Personally I couldn’t find a js error on the frontend (I used the google dev console to check for js errors & warnings).

    Regards,

    Peter

    #110399

    @Dude: thanks for the reply. Did you see this page: http://www.nieuwsmarkt.com/product/hd-compact-camera-sony/

    Look at ‘subtotaal’, ‘opties’ and ‘totaal’. Those fields are filled through a JavaScript routine, since these fields are dynamic depending on the value you choose at ‘maak uw keuze’.

    I have had this WooCommerce extension working in various other themes. I know it is always difficult to find the solution for these kinds of little bug(s). I am not a JavaScript specialist, know my way around in PHP and CSS modifications. But for this one I need some help.

    Kind Regards,

    Peter

    #110400

    Hi Peter,

    I’m not getting any javascript error or really anything happening when interacting with those elements on that page. It looks like maybe the code is just not trigger or something but its not an error or really giving any hint that I can see.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #110401

    Well, I discovered the mistake I made, I made a wrong choice in the type of field in the form ;-(

    So it all works now as it should. Sorry for the time you spent on this one.

    Kind Regards and thans again for the support!

    Peter

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