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[resolved] [Plugin: WooCommerce] Check out Not worknig (81 posts)

  1. Thomas Morley
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I am setting it up for digital image down loads

    I seem to be having a few problems with woocommerce. I am using genesis themes and have the genesis plugin. Here is my shop page:

    http://sphericnews.com/shop/?preview=true&preview_id=2784&preview_nonce=d5b3c7f290

    There is a simple view with a thumbnail, when it is clicked on it takes me to another page with a very blurred image of the thumbnail which when clicked, gives a good quality version. How can i stop the blurring or change the size of the image, and is this layout normal? there is no recognition of purchasing anything if you click the add to cart button but it does show i your basket. You are then taken to the blurred image page where you have to click again to see a quality image seems long winded.?

    my second and final problem is after that:

    When add to cart is clicked once you are in this page: http://sphericnews.com/shop/acholi-tribesman/ the view cart display appears click on that and the cart appears no problems but once you are in check out, fill in the name address etc click terms and then place order you get this code at the top {"result":"success","redirect":"https:\/\/secure.mijireh.com\/checkout\/B6B5A7DE06655DB4 no option to put in my payment details or the download???

    I do hope someone can point me in the right direction

    Thank you

    Thomas

  2. druppi
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I've tried every suggestion on this page and I'm at the point of giving up. My cart still shows up as empty after adding items. I get no error messages. I have all my pages defined under Woocommerce Pages, System status under Woocommerce also shows everything green, I have the right shortcodes in all my pages. But I still gets an empty Cart when I try to checkout. Any Help?

  3. druppi
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

  4. Thomas Morley
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Ive now got ride of the plug in, just cant get it to work in any way...

  5. druppi
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    If I decide to abandon it, then what will be an alternative?

  6. Dumptrucker
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I too am having problems with woo-commerce checkout, when the Place Order button is clicked, the code shows up as text on the page, instead of executing. here is what it looks like :

    {"result":"success","redirect":"https:\/\/www.paypal.com\/webscr?cmd=_cart&business=tonesrre1%40comcast.net&no_note=1┬Ący_code=USD&charset=UTF-8&rm=1&upload=1&return=http%3A%2F%2Fcheerbowsonline.com%2Fcheckout%2Forder-received%2F%3Forder%3D163%26key%3Dorder_508812d578fc8%26utm_nooverride%3D1&can

    it never redirects to the PayPal site. Any and all suggestions greatly appreciated

  7. sunshine29
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi, I'm hoping that this will help someone because I was having the same problem. I think what had caused the initial problem was that I had initially tried wp-ecommerce then I deactivated it and then installed the woo-commerce plugin.. But when I did this I noticed that I wasn't being redirected to my checkout page. (frustrating).. Anyway I noticed in my pages area that I had duplicate checkout and cart pages which I think were initially there because of my initial installation of wp-ecommerce. So what I ended up doing was deleting the plugin as well as the checkout and cart pages and re installed woo-commerce and everything works fine now.
    What I did was pretty drastic but I was frustrated and now it works

  8. Dumptrucker
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I finally got my issue resolved. The problem ended up being a conflict with Attracta, which is an SEO extension activated in my host C-Panel. I didn't even realize I had activated it, and it doesn't show up anywhere in the WP dashboard. Attracta then inserts itself in the code of my checkout page, and breaks the Paypal function. The only way to deactivate it (the only way Attracta's site says anyway), is to contact their customer service (which isn't open at night or on Sundays), and they send you instructions telling you to go into your webroot hidden files, public_html folder and delete the ".fastinclude" file. Once I did this, the problem was solved. Hope that too, might help somebody else as frustrated as I was.

  9. jorijnsmit
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Chrome console gives me this error:

    POST http://[...]/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=woocommerce-checkout 500 (Internal Server Error)      jquery.js:4
    send                         jquery.js:4
    f.extend.ajax                jquery.js:4
    (anonymous function)         checkout.min.js:1
    f.event.dispatch             jquery.js:3
    h.handle.i                   jquery.js:3

    Note that the order does show up in the orders admin panel. E-mails however are not sent.

    Switchting to a default theme seems to fix the problem. Now on to debugging my custom theme...

  10. bennysmith
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello, I am new here!

  11. ashokrane
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    The issue of the "Place Order" resulting in showing "{"result":"success"..." is not an issue with Woocommerce. It is an issue with one of the plugins that you have installed.

    This happens when there is some code (HTML or Javascript) which is being printed by the conflicting plugin after the order is placed. I had faced a similar problem with my plugin a week ago & the Javascript code that I had added was being printed after the "Place Order" button is clicked. This code though, is not visible on the page. You have to look into your Firefox/chrome console.

    For developers: the fix is to make sure that the HTML/Javascript is displayed only when the $_POST array is blank or it's count is 0.

    For non-developers: the fix is to identify the plugin causing this, contact the developer & have them fix it or disable that plugin.

    You can also drop an email to ashok@tychesoftwares.com if you want me to have a look at it (for free).

  12. fightthecurrent
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I'm having the same problem and have narrowed it to my Nginx server. I've gotten the site I'm working on to work in Apache, but I can't get it to work on Nginx. Are there any known incompatibilities?

    I've also tested with 2012, still doesn't work.

  13. fightthecurrent
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Aha! turns out it was because cURL wasn't installed/enabled on my system. Make sure cURL is installed and enabled!

  14. jorijnsmit
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I tried debugging with the JavaScript console first but this gave me an 500 internal error pointing to jquery.js. Diving into that file (8000+) lines is not fun.

    Switching on WP_DEBUG helped a whole lot more. Turned out I made a mistake in one of the custom e-mail templates...

  15. Pyro979
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    For future googlers looking a solution to the indefinite checkout loading issue.

    What helped me was disabling "Cimy Swift SMTP" Plugin. Tried disabling all plugins and it worked, so after that it was just a matter of narrowing it down.

  16. jgchess
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi,
    I have paypal advanced and added the extension from woo for the paypal advanced extension.
    When I try to checkout the page is titled CHECKOUT and right under it
    is [shoppingcart]. There isn't any shopping cart.
    Also when I go to check the system status under SHOP PAGES the term
    checkout appears and next to it in red is the following error message.
    Page does not contain the shortcode: [woocommerce_checkout]

    Can someone please help me out
    Thanks
    Jeffrey

  17. Dumptrucker
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Jeffrey,
    Not sure if this is what you mean, but, if you go to pages>all pages>checkout, that exact shortcode ([woocommerce_checkout]) should be on that page. If it isn't, just type it in. Sometimes it gets accidentally deleted when you're writing text, and it will not work without it.

  18. jgchess
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I actually did that about a half an hour ago and it did work.
    I just have to test it now to see if everything works with paypal now.
    Thanks
    Jeff

  19. greenfuture
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    For me the solution had to do with the the settings for enforce security check out ...if its on then the pages look for the ssl protocol

    read this review
    http://wpcandy.com/reviewed/woocommerce/#.UOhyPazovTD

    hope this may help some of you and save you time !

  20. goingnutz
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Problem: The woocommerce cart just suddenly stopped working

    Cause: Someone had uploaded a HUGE image that used up all the allocated memory for wordpress on the server.

    Solution: got memory allocation increased to 120MB by the webhost.

    (Same solution as 'Unicornbass' s explanation)

    Hope this helps you.

  21. shinene
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello ppl! I had the same problem and was able to fix it by increasing my php memory in the php.ini to 64MB and creating a session save path. cheers!

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