Support » Plugin: Plugin Organizer » Conflicts with Woocommerce Square

  • Resolved johnc1979

    (@johnc1979)


    Hi,

    Love this plugin. I’ve been using it for years to help speed up my site and solve conflicts, but this one has got me. I’ve been able to run over 50 plugins on a woo website efficiently by disabling woo plugins on posts and non-woo plugins on products. It’s an amazing plugin and has always been one of the first I install on every new website.

    After a few hours of testing, I discovered that this is conflicting with the Woocommerce Square plugin. This put me into a really difficult situation. Do I leave it running and stop sales ot turn it off, slow down the website and continue getting sales? I ended opting for the sales, well because money, lol.

    Is there any chance that you can look into this for me? I found that when I disabled this plugin I had to disable then enable square for it to work again. The moment plugin organizer was enabled square vanished.

    I tried to disable plugin organizer using plugin organizer on the checkout page, but no luck, even after disabling square and enabling again. I’m quite literally out of ideas.

    Thanks

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  • Plugin Author Jeff Sterup

    (@foomagoo)

    It sounds like you have the square plugin disabled somewhere that it needs to be enabled. I don’t have a square account so I really have no way to test it. But you might want to start by using the plugin search on the Plugin Organizer settings page to see where the square plugin is disabled and enable it everywhere. Then see if it still works. With Woocommerce it usually come down to having the plugins enabled on the home page as that is where Woo has it’s ajax endpoint.

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