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  • #209752

    Hi, I’m using Propulsion 1.9.1 since nearly a year and I’m very happy with the theme.
    But since today I have problems with the product pages.
    Simple products (no variants) work fine.

    Variant Problems have a problem since the “Add to Cart” button does not appear. Also the number parts on stock is not shown for variant articles. It is very bad since it prevents my customers to order.
    It worked properly till now and today this error ocured.
    Please help me I have to have this running ASAP again.

    You can see the error here:

    http://www.lucid-control.com/product/lucidcontrol-do4-4-channel-digital-output-usb-module/

    A working product you can see here:

    http://www.lucid-control.com/product/lucidcontrol-rt4-pt-4-channel-rtd-input-usb-module/

    Thank you very much for your support,

    Klaus

    #209818

    Hi decipheit!

    Propulsion theme was recently updated to be fully compatible with WordPress 3.8. Please login on ThemeForest with the account you have purchased Propulsion theme and go to Downloads section to download the latest version ( 2.2 ) and update the theme via FTP. Let us know if issue remains
    For a quick guide on updating your theme take a look at this video on updating the theme via FTP: https://vimeo.com/channels/aviathemes/67209750

    Regards,
    Yigit

    #209910

    Thank you for your answer.
    Did you check my website? Do you have any ideas why the button disappeared for variant articles?
    It looks that it has something to do with the size of the box the add button belongs to.

    Upgrading the theme is the last option because I made some changes to the theme and I would lose them. It is highly preferable to have the old version running.

    Any ideas?

    Best regards,

    Klaus

    #209916

    Hi!

    Please edit /config-woocommerce/woocommerce-mod.js and replace

    
    el.bind('change', function()
    

    with

    
    jQuery(document).on('change', this, function()
    

    Remove browser cache then reload the page.

    Best regards,
    Ismael

    #210260

    Hi Ismael,
    Thank you for your fast answer. I changed this but the behavior stays the same.
    I found out that it has to do with the Minify settings of W3 Total Cache. Especially the JS settings seem to be relevant. I fear I have to check this myself. Or is there any recommendation?
    Thank you very much

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