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Checkout plugin conflicts? (3 posts)

  1. rosecityknits
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi all,

    I help a client run her website, http://www.wynonastudios.com, and installed the Checkout plugin by Tribulant to streamline her webstore (http://wynonastudios.com/shop/classes/). Recently, we've run into a problem with the shopping cart JavaScript; which, as far as I can tell, seems to be caused by the Scripts from other plugins. When other plugins are activated, the "add to cart" button and calculating script are broken - it becomes impossible to add any item to the cart or even get a total. (This only started happening after the most recent updates to WordPress and Checkout.)

    To temporarily solve the problem, I've turned off all but two other plugins, which leaves the Checkout working but other parts of the site down or just plain odd-looking.

    Is anyone aware of specific conflicts between Checkout and other plugins - or a combination thereof? Or another reason for this problem? I've looked unto prioritizing the different Scripts, but didn't want to get into that without checking here first.

    The plugins that she has installed, and that were active until recently, are:

    • Checkout
    • Contact Form 7
    • Flickr Manager
    • jQuery Updater
    • minimax
    • NextGEN Gallery
    • Redirection
    • Spam Free WordPress
    • Stout Google Calendar
    • TinyMCE Advanced
    • TubePress
    • WordPress Google Calendar
    • WordPress Importer
    • WP Super Cache

    I know, I know - a lot of plugins, but the site uses them. The ones in italics are still active.

    Thank you in advance for your help - we really appreciate it!

  2. swarnat
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hy,

    Did you found a solution for this?
    I run into the same issues and couldn't specify the reason for this.

    Only the NextGEN Gallery is used in my Shop, too.
    I have deactivate this plugin, but this don't solve the problem.

    The only solution I found, is the deactivation of "Add to cart Ajax". Without this option the customers could add products to Shopping cart in 3.5.

    I have to rollback to 3.4, until the solution is found.

    Stefan

  3. johncrewdson
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    :-( We purchased the plugin a few weeks ago for a site I'm helping with. When I found it wouldn't allow buyers to purchase without logging in unless I bought another extension, I decided to ask for a refund. The reason for the extension was explained to me and it seemed reasonable, dealing with wordpress requiring creating a user account. I decided to stay with it as well as buy an other extension to help make the site easier to secure with our SSL certificate.

    Since then I've run into a number of issues and the team there has been very responsive. However, I keep running into different small issues with different browsers and can't continue to put time into a project that needs to be completed right away.

    I asked for a refund again. Bad news I was told, I've gone past the short 7 day refund time. Beware.

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