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  • in reply to: CHANGES in WCFM Marketplace NOT GETTING SAVED #139445
    AvatarBrandon RIvers
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    The only answer they will ever give is to check the error log that never detects any savestate issues.

    AvatarBrandon RIvers
    Participant

    … so in other words, you just repeated yourself to say that your code can’t even make a shortcode to show search box that then loads results onto a new page?

    AvatarBrandon RIvers
    Participant

    Do you not realize the horrible user experience with a WooCommerce product you created?

    When customers come to the store, there is a search bar on the front page… why not have the ability to move the store search bar up there as an option? On the front page, I want customers to be able to search for a product and a store shows up. And that radius search being important: “show me bronze statues within 50 miles.” Right now they have to go to a separate page…

    There has to be a shortcode somewhere that allows the search bar to be placed anywhere on the site without the map. And when you add the search term, it THEN loads the store search page and shows the results.

    in reply to: No response from your team yet.. #131082
    AvatarBrandon RIvers
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    Because for a product you have to pay for, it doesn’t seem to be scalable for any theme. There’s no search function that allows you to attach it to the standard WooCommerce search that will simply allow customers to search for stores. There’s nothing that has a simple PHP snippet that allows you to insert store name when you list a product on a page in a third-party scroller (for example wc_get_vendor_store) that you can put in place anywhere to show the store name associated with the product.

    I made a post that someone else seconded a few weeks ago reporting a bug about vendors not being able to create auctions because it doesn’t save the date, etc…

    NO RESPONSE.

    Weeks go by and they do not update the script to add the most requested features from PAYING CUSTOMERS. And if you ask for something that should be standard, they want you to pay for it.

    Why charge people for a plugin that the buyer will have to finish anyways? I had to write a few scripts myself.

    in reply to: No response from your team yet.. #129038
    AvatarBrandon RIvers
    Participant

    They never do.

    in reply to: Store locator on home page, results on store page #129037
    AvatarBrandon RIvers
    Participant

    Good luck.. this seems like common sense, and I’ve been a couple posts about it, and they were both ignored by the creators. Can’t even be integrated into the regular WooCommerce search.

    in reply to: Problem with Vendor Store Manager adding Auctions #119274
    AvatarBrandon RIvers
    Participant

    There are no errors associated…

    in reply to: Problem with Vendor Store Manager adding Auctions #117115
    AvatarBrandon RIvers
    Participant

    Any answer?

    in reply to: Problem with Vendor Store Manager adding Auctions #115566
    AvatarBrandon RIvers
    Participant

    WCFM Ultimate – Version 6.4.7
    And I am using WooCommerce Simple Auction Version 1.2.37 (latest)

    No errors in the log, it just not store anything. It works fine as site Admin, but when I login as a vendor, It does not save the product settings.

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