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You have an issue that deals with user permissions, preventing access to the backend.
I was using wp-user-frontend and in the backend permission settings I checked admin, and this generated the same problem, I went back to the default settings.
That solved with that plugin
I missed the follow store button! and badges, one thing that could be worked on is a map widged so that we can place the map on a larger scale without relying on the wordpress widget that doesn’t allow editing
When the upload path receives the hide my wp path (file), the wcfm front end displays an error. Whenever I do an edit on the product and then save the settings.
Gallery images disappear! The problem is the path applied to the upload path as I said up there.
In this case WCFM is not working with hide my wp correctly.
To resolve this I need to remove the path “file” from the hide my wp settings on permalinks, but that makes my wordpress visible to wordpress detectors.October 3, 2019 at 3:55 pm in reply to: How to submit vendor bank account instead of marketplace bank account #84910October 1, 2019 at 11:44 pm in reply to: WCFM – WooCommerce Multivendor Marketplace Breaking Brazilian Checkout Fields #84692
I set a “500,00” option exactly this way.
I see the information on the product page, but when I finish the order I can checkout without problems with values below 500,00September 30, 2019 at 6:01 pm in reply to: How to submit vendor bank account instead of marketplace bank account #84541
On request the deposit information is there.
But regardless of the payment gateway I choose, it always shows the bank account on the page with the order details.
If I pay with paypal! I still see the bank details on the order success page
It would be perfect if this information focuses informed only when the payment gateway chosen at checkout focuses on bank transfer.
Has anyone ever said that you are the best?
Thank you very much!!!!
I’m checking, I believe the problem is not WCFM.
Ok, that has been clarified! It’s a quick way to solve my problem!
But I would very much like to be able to enjoy both at the same time.
In the backend option I can select a “pick up location” option for everyone, as this is really possible, but there are companies that have the “delivery” option I can’t check the “delivery” option in the backend because all customers within area will receive the “delivery” option and one seller among all sellers may not ship their products by delivery.
In this case I need to leave everything as “fetch it local” because I need the shipments out of town to be calculated automatically by my local upload plugin. That works on the backend.
I would like to work with WCFM, such as:
If you check the “delivery” option within the specified area, the customer will see the “pickup on site” option provided by the backend and the “delivery” option that the seller has entered on the wcfm frontend.
Seller does not put anything for shipping option, customer will only see backend shipping option “fetch on site”
That would solve everything, but today the customer will see the options made from the wcfm front end as default, and the backend settings are eventually discarded.
I want wcfm configurations and backend to work together with delivery methods.
Any shipping options made on the front end or backend will be displayed to the customer.
Because I say to my suppliers: Look my site provides by default the customer option to go get the product, if you want to make a shipment, you need to configure it in your store so that the customer can choose what he wants.
In this case the client will have the backend and frontend options.
Can you understand me?
Thanks againSeptember 27, 2019 at 5:34 pm in reply to: WCFM – WooCommerce Multivendor Marketplace Breaking Brazilian Checkout Fields #84041
Of course it should mark wirecard to give conflict, hopefully this does not happen in an active store as it blocks checkout and can give a lot of headache to an active site.September 27, 2019 at 5:32 pm in reply to: WCFM – WooCommerce Multivendor Marketplace Breaking Brazilian Checkout Fields #84040
I disabled the “wirecard wcfm” option on the backend this had no effect, but I went to marketplace settings, payment methods and disabled WIRECARD.
And the CPF field of the Brazilian plugin has returned to work!
This has to be verified as 100% of Brazilian woocommerce use this plugin for checkout fields.September 27, 2019 at 4:37 pm in reply to: WCFM – WooCommerce Multivendor Marketplace Breaking Brazilian Checkout Fields #84035
I just disabled the wirecard and the plugin’s CPF field is still conflicting. I can’t tell if it’s the wirecard’s fault.
Disabling WCFM marketplace works very well.
Could you provide me with this css code? i didn’t find it using google crohme
Will suppliers not receive invoice delivery details? or buyer’s address?
I need this functionality, even if I set this in the backend, I would like the suppliers to receive the delivery details.
Alternatively, use admin delivery options if nothing is set by the vendor in delivery options. But I don’t know if this is possible.
Please help me, you always solve most questions, you are the best, I am sorry I can ask so many things in the forum, but these are things that I find necessary for my business as I get in touch with my clients.September 26, 2019 at 12:24 am in reply to: WCFM – WooCommerce Multivendor Marketplace Breaking Brazilian Checkout Fields #83617