April 16, 2013 at 9:11 am #22119
My website is http://chamberdecals.com
My homepage at the bottom there’s a product auto slider, and below the slider there’s page number, it wasn’t there before i updated the woocommerce, can i know how to remove them?
Next is whenever i click any product, either “select option” or “show details”, the page will jump to product description with a #tab-description in the site page address. Can i know how to stop the jump and remove the #tab-description.
Chamber DecalsApril 16, 2013 at 10:44 am #114279
Oh sorry, and my Shop > Animal Wall Decals
page is link is not working, may i know how to solve this too?
Chamber DecalsApril 17, 2013 at 7:12 am #114280
Please update Abundance to version 1.8.1. Your version (1.5) is not compatible with WooCommerce 2.0.x and the bugs you mentioned in your posts are incompatibility issues.
PeterApril 17, 2013 at 4:23 pm #114281
Just to check, i’ve downloaded the latest abundance 1.8.
To update, use ftp to replace all the files from the new 1.8 to the old files in my current ftp?
Chamber DecalsApril 18, 2013 at 12:23 pm #114282
Yes exactly. If you didn’t modify any theme files you can just overwrite the “old” files with the updated files and you can use ftp to transfer the files to your server. If you modified some files I’d make a backup of the theme folder first, then overwrite the files and modify the “updated” files again. You can also check the changelog (version.rtf/txt) in the themeforest zip file – often you don’t need to replace all files but just certain files/folders.April 23, 2013 at 3:48 am #114283
I’ve just updated the files, the front page problem is solved but the #tab-description in the products is still there, the page still jumps.
And the http://chamberdecals.com/shop/animalwalldecals page 2 is not working…
Chamber DecalsApril 23, 2013 at 8:03 pm #114284
For the pagination, try refreshing your permalinks by going to Settings>Permalinks and re-saving them. If that doesn’t work, change them to default and see if it works then. Once again, change them back. If you still are unable to get them to work, it may be that a more in depth issue has popped up in which case you’ll need to try the steps here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Permalinks#Fixing_Permalink_Problems
DevinApril 24, 2013 at 4:59 am #114285
I’ve renewed my .htaccess.
After that i tried default settings in permalinks, but all links went broken… so i used the ones i used before back.
And page 2 is still not working.
Chamber DecalsApril 24, 2013 at 7:34 am #114286
I just solved the page problem by going to WP-admin>woocommerce>categories>view category> “web address”
woocommerce uses ‘product-category’ instead of ‘shop’, so i link all my subpages to ../product-category/samplecategory instead of ../shop/samplecategory
and page 2 works there…
It’s not the best solution cause the address is a different.
But if you have a better solution, please let me know~
Chamber DecalsApril 25, 2013 at 2:47 am #114287
Sounds like you had a conflicting slug name somewhere. The slug name is the url name that displays in the address bar. So if you have a page named yoursite,com/shop-name/ you couldn’t also have woocommerce use the shop-name structure. Its not exactly what you had but a simple example.
DevinApril 25, 2013 at 4:56 pm #114288
Other than product categories and pages, where can i find slug names?
I’ve just went through all of them and i’ve got only ‘shop’ that have the slug name ‘shop’
Chamber DecalsApril 27, 2013 at 9:43 am #114289
What I think Devin was pointing out is that every post, page, category, tag, etc, has a slug. It’s usually hidden. If you click Add Category under Post, you will be asked for the name of the category and then for the slug of the cateogry. If you click Add Page, and then you click the Screen Options silver button on right top area of the page which will open a panel with check boxes, one of which is slug, and if you check it, you will find it on your page.
The slugs become a problem when admins decide that they want everything to be on the first level after the domain name. So http://www.you.com/shop / could be a page, post, portfolio item, category, portfolio category, tag.. etc… and it easy to accidentaly have the same name as a post and then forget and use it as a blog tag. So you would have a paradox of both blog tag and post occupying the same URL. .
The only thing you should watch out for is creating posts or pages by the name. If that happens either a black hole opens up or wordpress goes nuts.
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