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- January 14, 2020 at 7:32 pm in reply to: RnB Rental n Booking plugin – Quote Details Critical Error #102047
Did you try using a fresh install to see is the problem is from the plugin or your particular set-up? In any case, it could help to go and see which function may be crashing.
- January 13, 2020 at 8:10 pm in reply to: RnB Rental n Booking plugin – Quote Details Critical Error #101908
Hi, just another user here. Maybe you can play with CSS in order get the format right. Where does it says it is a critical error?
- January 9, 2020 at 7:07 pm in reply to: Error when adding new (non-downloadable) product. "File: This field is required. #101485
Right now the only solution I could find was hiding those options through CSS, but still that allows that someone tech savvy enough can upload files to the server without our consent with no too much difficulty.
I may be wrong, but if it appears when you hover, it means your the label is there, it’s only that your theme for some reason decided that the background and the text should be of the same color. Maybe going to
https://[your-site]/wp-admin/customize.phpcan do the trick?
- December 23, 2019 at 8:24 pm in reply to: Is there a difference between product with no price and a catalogue product? #98765
I asked this because when I create a Single Product and I don’t introduce any price, it seems to behave exactly as a catalogue product. I wanted to know if both behaviours are identical of if there is any difference.
Ok, after days struggling with this, I managed to hack my way out of this problem. This is what I had to add to the functions.php of my child theme:
As you can see, this hack assumes that all items in the order are from the same vendor, this is because we use the plugin “Disable cart page for WooCommerce”, that’s why I didn’t bother to make the function to search all vendors inside the order, but that shouldn’t be hard to implement. Also, to make this work, I had to set up a dummy bank account in Woocommerce configuration, inside the Bank Transfer payment option. That’s the account that it’s dropped by array_shift().
Honestly, I find weird that I had to write this code, I assumed that since vendors already can set up their bank account details, you would have implemented this already. I’m posting this solution to help the community since I doubt I’m the only one with this problem.
Edit note: For some reason I couldn’t paste the code
By the way, in the woocomerce checkout settings (in [base_url]/wp-admin/admin.php?page=wc-settings&tab=checkout§ion=bacs), I haven’t set any account details, and the list is empty, but it would be weird if I had to manually copy them if those details are already defined by each vendor in WCFM Multivendor Marketplace. Am I missing any step?
- November 4, 2019 at 1:23 am in reply to: Is there a way to change the value of wcfmmp_become_vendor_link? #90519
Finally I solved it! I write the solution just in case somebody has the same problem. It turned out that WCFM either calls get_wcfm_registration_page() or get_wcfm_membership_url() in order to generate the link, and those are created in the WCFM Memberships plugin. Long story short: I had to go to [MY-URL]/store-manager/memberships-settings/, and then change the first step to registration.
That fixed the whole problem.
By the way, I just had a bad configuration in the shipping methods, apparently, I had to configure Shipping Zones in Woocomerce before adding shipping methods in WCFM. Once I set that, everything worked.
Thanks a lot!
I have an associated question. Do these kind of fixes stay after updating the plugin, or they must be patched with every update. Thanks in advance!