Just wondering if this plugin -> https://wordpress.org/plugins/advanced-product-fields-for-woocommerce/
will work with this theme -> https://xstore.8theme.com/demos/2/minimalist-outfits/
I have installed it, and it works fine on the actual product page showing me the price difference however it does not reflect the price increment in the cart and I note, on the plugin it does mention “The free version does not work with themes using Ajax technology for their product “add to cart” button.”; so is this theme using this Ajax technology and is it the reason why it doesn’t show the prices in the cart / checkout etc?
Can we disable the Ajax and keep the look / effect but show the price changes or will it affect the site? Thing is we really need a custom field added to selected products so this plugin works great on most themes; just surprised to see this issue as never encountered it before.
Or, is it simply a case of disabling this option in xstore theme settings “AJAX add to cart for simple and variable products” -> disable? Assuming so, this would mean each add to cart will literally refresh the page and then add a huge banner at the base of the page. Hmmm
You can see private info – has login and link to product so you can see yourself. But please do not do any changes to the site.
ThanksTheme version: 8.1 WooCommerce version: 5.9
ps – to confirm I have installed the pro version so it should load fine. But isn’t. In woocommerce -> settings -> advanced fields you can see I activated the cart etc but nothing.
I don’t want to pester the author because when I disable the theme Ajax it does work so it’s clearly the theme clashing.
As a temporary fix, I have disabled this option in xstore theme settings “AJAX add to cart for simple and variable products” -> disable.
At least it works but it doesn’t reflect onto the bottom banner price (footer cart sticky banner) either so will need to disable this.
Can we look at proper integration of this plugin into the theme on an update being it is one of the most popular plugins to be used on woocommerce and is used by over 200k people!
Obviously, if you want to take a look you can but it doesn’t appear to be able to work with the ajax cart activated – period 🙁
I have managed to customise this to suit my needs so you can ignore checking it; however it would be good if it could work with the Ajax element of the cart and properly update the footer bar / mini cart / cart / checkout / quick view etc as I have had to do loads of edits to get it to render and display properly – could be great in the next update 🙂
Will close this now. Thanks
I got your idea. I have passed that to our developers. Follow our updates. We’ll try to implement this thing in one of the next updates.
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