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[closed] Checkout button not showing on Woo commerce product (83 posts)

  1. Sjobidoo
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    @addesigns : WooCommerce works well on mobile units aswell..some small modifications in your CSS might be needed though. But you'll need a theme that's responsive to start with.

  2. addesigns
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    @Sjobidoo What are some modifications that may be needed? I have the Mystile theme, which is supposed to work with Woocommerce and show up on mobile devices, but like I was saying before, it didn't for me so that's why I had to install WordPress Mobile Pack plugin.

  3. citynode
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I'd just think that if something (add to cart) is not showing up with Woocommerce + Mystile (a Wootheme that supports Woocommerce) then adding another third-party plugin (WordPress Mobile Pack) is probably NOT the way to solve it.

    Dial it back to the minimum customization you absolutely need, then find the trouble.

    Usually when someone says they can't get add to cart to show up with a variable product, it is because they didn't set up prices for each variation, but you get full functionality with the same variable product on non-mobile devices.

    So the variable that is always there when it fails to show up is that it is being viewed on a mobile device, but only when it is a variable product? Is that right?

    Which products are you having issues with specifically, would it be any of the dresses that have multiple sizes available, for example?

  4. citynode
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Ok here is a thought: I just read a little bit about WordPress Mobile Kit, and it seems to deal with the mobile issue by switching to a different theme

    A standard mobile theme, crafted by ribot, a top UK mobile design team.

    A set of advanced themes for Nokia and WebKit devices, designed by Forum Nokia. These also look beautiful on Android, iPhone and Palm devices.

    So, if these themes are being displayed to mobile users, they are probably NOT optimized for Woocommerce, and were not developed with that consideration at all.

  5. addesigns
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Well what is the way to solve it @citynode? I went with that Mobile Pack because I did not know any other way. Any of the products that have the "Select Options" button on the shop page instead of "Add to Cart" is a variable product. All variable products are able to be added to cart and purchased from a computer or tablet, but not a mobile device (with this Mobile Pack).

    The only reason I added the Mobile Pack was because without it none of my site could even be seen except the upper most left corner. I'm assuming Woocommerce nor Mystile was resizing my website for mobile devices and this is why this was happening. Mobile devices couldn't even scroll around to see anything more than that left corner.

    I tried turning off every plugin besides woocommerce and mystile and once again, I could only see the top left corner so it has to be something wrong with them to begin with, but I have no clue what that could be.

    Prior to trying Mobile Theme Pack I tried WPTouch and it DID allow variable products to be added to cart and it DID resize the website so it could actually be seen, but all featured images for products wouldn't show and no resolution was offered from support so I got rid of the plugin.

  6. addesigns
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    To clarify: With Mobile Theme Pack you can see all variable and select a variable, but once the variable is selected, the stock and add to cart button does not pop up like it does on a computer so you can't actually make any purchases.

  7. citynode
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Well what is the way to solve it @citynode?

    Offhand, I would say that if you found any mobile-optimized theme that doesn't have the problem, even a mobile-only theme, then you could use that as your mobile option with WordPress Mobile Pack.

    Otherwise, you might be able to customize your primary theme so that it is at least mobile-responsive.

    So you have multiple courses of action:

    1. to make Woocommerce and a Woocommerce theme work well enough with mobile devices that Mobile Pack is not needed. I've had Woocommerce themes work fairly well with iPhone (the only mobile device I've tested) but was not using Mystile.

    2. to find a secondary theme that Mobile Pack can use, that doesn't have the issues with variable items. This causes a doubled workload though, since now you have two themes that you need to maintain for one site.

  8. addesigns
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I have no idea how to customize my primary themes so that it is at least mobile-responsive. What themes have you used that work well? Also, Mobile Pack comes with its own themes, I believe.

  9. citynode
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Right, the themes that come with mobile pack are probably the culprit here: if you can't specify your own alternate mobile theme (I haven't investigated enough to know that) then there is one source of problems.

    If you CAN specify your own alternate themes, then you have a route to fix the issue by doing that and by selecting a mobile-responsive theme.

    Check it out and let us know what your options are.

  10. sqoobadoo
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    @ Sjobidoo: Hi!
    I´m pretty new in wordpress too, and happy, I found your discussion about the missing add-to-cart-thing above ...
    I got the same problem in a slightly different way:
    -I use a theme named MUSICA
    -I try to make a shop with Woocommerce

    The problem is:
    When I click the "Select Option" Button in my Catalogue, everything goes Okay ...
    But when I just click the picture, with variable products, there is no add to cart button on the single-product-page coming thereafter ...

    I tried your tip with the function mytheme etc, - but it didn´t solve it ...

    Maybe you have an idea?
    I´d be very very pleased about :-)

    you can see it here: http://www.tracks4films.com

    thanx!

    sqoobadoo

  11. Sjobidoo
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    @sqoobadoo ,

    could you try to turn off the ajax in WooCommerce settings first to see if there's a conflict here?

  12. sqoobadoo
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I just tried -- no, that´s not the problem, no difference if AJAX is enabled or not ...

  13. Roy Ho
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    @sqoobadoo - best way is turn off all plugins except woocommerce and re-test. And if that doesn't resolve it, switch to default 2011/2012 theme and re-test. Report back.

  14. sqoobadoo
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi splashingpixels,

    thanx for your answear.
    I did all that:
    1st: Deaktivated all PlugIns exept woocommerce - no difference with the problem

    2nd: Delete all PlugIns (incl. woocommerce) + delete the MUSICA-theme ---
    now reinstall Woocommerce & MUSICA --- but still no difference with the problem

    I´m not shure what you mean with "switch to default 2011/2012 theme" ,-
    what I did is to download the MUSICA-theme (Released: June 01, 2012) - thats the only version of the theme I can find ....

    Thanks for finding a solution!
    sqoobadoo

  15. sqoobadoo
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    .... and: I tried out with other themes, there it works ....

  16. sqoobadoo
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    ... and one more Info: After refreshing the page everything is fine.

    Means:
    -I go to the Shop-Page
    -I click the product-image
    -On the single-product-page coming now there´s no add-to-cart-button
    -I refresh the (single-product-)page, and everything is fine

  17. citynode
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Sounds like you should not use the Musica theme.

    I´m not shure what you mean with "switch to default 2011/2012 theme" ,-

    He means that you should activate one of the two themes that comes in every up to date installation of WordPress: Twenty Eleven or Twenty Twelve.

    Those are the themes we switch to to see if the problem that a person is having is related to their theme or theme customization.

    So far, you seem to be saying that you have this problem with the "Musica" theme.

  18. VIVA Design
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    HI,

    I am having the same problem, I am using the variable product, and the add to cart button is not showing.

    http://www.choobee.co.uk/product/polka-dots/

    I have tried everything with no luck please can some one help me

  19. VIVA Design
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    HI,

    I am having the same problem, I am using the variable product, and the add to cart button is not showing.

    http://www.choobee.co.uk/product/polka-dots/

    I have tried everything with no luck please can some one help me

  20. Freetagger
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi! I use Woocommerce 2.0.10 with the template superstore and WordPress 3.5.1.
    I create a variable product and the button and the add to cart button is showing (all perfect). But when I deactivate javascript on my browser, the add to cart button is not showing and there is no other information like activate Javascript e.g.

    Can you help me for a easy solution? Because I've over 40 percent of user with no activated javascript.

    My Website with variable product: http://handyreparatur123.de/shop/samsung-galaxy-s4-i9505-reparatur/

  21. Bradley Pirman
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I'm having a similar problem except when using the Stripe Gateway for Woocommerce and the Infinite theme by YooThemes

    I've tested with TwentyTwelve and all is okay but I think the Stripe JS is being clobbered by the Warp JS.

    I've tried add this to my functions but it didn't help:

    // Fix for Woocommerce Stripe Gateway
    function mv_my_woo_scripts()
    {
    wp_enqueue_script('stripe', plugins_url() . '/woocommerce-gateway-stripe/assets/js/stripe.js',array('jquery'),'1.0',true);
    }
    add_action('wp_enqueue_scripts','mv_my_woo_scripts');

    Desperately seeking a solution!

    Anyone else have this issue???

  22. goujon
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    hello Freetagger

    Visibly you have find a solution to turn ON "cart quantuty' on your site
    With what code... can you help me
    Thank's

  23. burdnick
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I am currently having an issue making the "add to cart" button show up as well...

    http://173.254.53.244/~cottage/shop/bindings-skis/radar-vector-boot-2013/

    I added the `function mv_my_theme_scripts()
    {
    wp_enqueue_script('add-to-cart-variation', plugins_url() . '/woocommerce/assets/js/frontend/add-to-cart-variation.js',array('jquery'),'1.0',true);
    }
    add_action('wp_enqueue_scripts','mv_my_theme_scripts');`

    to my functions.php file and the <script type='text/javascript' src='http://my-site.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/assets/js/frontend/add-to-cart-variation.min.js?ver=1.6.5.2'></script>
    to my head.php (i also added the folders assets/js/frontend to my theme with the JS in it as well...

    im not having a good experience with this, could someone please help me?

    NOTE: I am using 'theretailer' as a theme

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