May 18, 2013 at 1:43 am #23457
I did the latest woocommerce update and now it says sale everywhere!
please help?! where did this come from, how can I turn it off?May 18, 2013 at 2:25 am #119867
ok, so I figured out what it was, I updated the woo commerce plugin to the latest version and it added sale badges everywhere, see link below…
I found version 2.08 and downgraded it and it fixed the issue…any ideas what it is? I would like to update in the future?
thanksMay 18, 2013 at 6:33 am #119868
You can try to update Replete to version 1.4.1. Maybe it’s an incompatibility issue between 2.0.10 and Replete 1.3.1.
PeterMay 28, 2013 at 10:39 pm #119869
I stumbled upon this thread because I have the same problem. I just updated Replete to version 1.4.1 and it still shows everything on sale. Help! I haven’t set anything to be on sale at all because I’m still developing my site. Now all of a sudden, everything has the sale sticker.May 30, 2013 at 6:27 am #119870
Please try to deactivate all third party extensions (expect woocommerce) – maybe one causes the issue.
PeterMay 30, 2013 at 9:55 pm #119871
I tried this suggestion and it made no difference. The “sale” sticker remains on every product. I don’t think a plugin is causing the problem. (?)
This is a new occurrence, and the only thing I have done differently is update WooCommerce and update Replete. (But it started before I updated Replete.)
What is it that triggers the sale sticker? Is it putting a price in the “sale price” for a product? (If that is how it works, I have never done that at all yet.) I would like to understand how this works. I can’t find it in any documentation, including WooCommerce.
I’m pretty new to WordPress and it seems like whenever I update things, there is a good chance something will go wrong. :(May 31, 2013 at 5:11 am #119872
Yes, it will show on a product with a sale price. You can hide the sticker, add this on your custom.css
IsmaelMay 31, 2013 at 3:03 pm #119873
Well, this is certainly good to know, but it doesn’t solve my problem ultimately. What happens when I actually DO want to put certain items on sale? This bit of css will prevent that, right? I think I need to find out why this is happening, because it tells me something is not working properly. (But thank you for telling me at least how to solve it in the short term.) What can I do?May 31, 2013 at 3:22 pm #119874
As far as I know the only reason a sale should be shown is if the product has any data in the sale field for that product.
What you might want to try is switching to one of the default wordpress themes and see if it shows up there as well. If so, you could try asking about the issue on the Woocommerce forums and see if anyone else has encountered it.
DevinMay 31, 2013 at 7:46 pm #119875
I just tried that. I activated Twenty Eleven, and the sale stickers disappeared. Then I reactivated Replete, and they reappeared. BUT! One thing I thought I would try just for fun is to put in a price for a product. (None of my products have prices yet.) That actually made the sale sticker go away on that product. This is a new thing. Maybe they changed the way it works, and some how Replete does something different than other themes with that? Before there were no sale stickers even though I had no prices. Anyway, I guess that solves it. (I must be the only person out there with no prices!)
As for the WooCommerce forums, not only do I not have access to post on them, they won’t even let you LOOK at them unless you own a paid theme from them, unfortunately. I’ve already tried that. Just so you know.
Anyway, thanks for all of your suggestions. I appreciate it.June 1, 2013 at 3:20 am #119876
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