Support » Plugin: Gift Wrapper for WooCommerce - Best Free Woo Order Gift Wrapping » GIFT WRAP button does not disappear from Cart after gift wrap is added?

  • Resolved wpkoro

    (@wpkoro)


    Hello,

    I tried the plugin and it seems to work so far (I have not yet placed an order to confirm) however the problem I have is that after someone adds Gift Wrapping the ADD GIFT WRAP button is still there.

    Is this how it should work? I would like it to be removed because the customer has already added Gift Wrap and it will confuse them to ask again.

    I had the same problem in Checkout page but I removed it from this page entirely because I don’t want to confuse the customer at this important stage.

    Thanks,
    DD

    PS. BTW (for your FAQ?) the gift wrap was not added until I assigned it a price ($0).

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  • Plugin Author Little Package

    (@littlepackage)

    @wpkoro

    Thanks for your patience. Please tell me, there is a setting for the plugin which asks “Allow more than one gift wrap product in cart?” What do you have that set to?

    FWIW, no products will work in WooCommerce without a price. 😉

    Thread Starter wpkoro

    (@wpkoro)

    Hi – that is set to “No” (and also the Gift Wrap product is set to “Sold individually” = yes (Enable this to only allow one of this item to be bought in a single order).

    Does the button go away normally?

    Thanks

    Plugin Author Little Package

    (@littlepackage)

    @wpkoro Thanks for verifying. I have taken a look at your site and will take a look at fixing this ASAP. Busy time, and a free plugin, so please be patient. Thank you!

    Thread Starter wpkoro

    (@wpkoro)

    Thank you for your time and energy 🙂

    Plugin Author Little Package

    (@littlepackage)

    @wpkoro
    Just to let you know, I’m here! I am looking at this. I know it’s taking a while, but it’s not forgotten. 🙂

    Plugin Author Little Package

    (@littlepackage)

    @wpkoro

    I’ve updated the plugin with some important changes. However, I did leave this matter alone after taking a long look at it. It’s a bit complicated because of static vs AJAX elements, and I’d prefer to just keep it simple and inline with what the 5000-some-odd users are currently expecting from it. That said, the plugin is ready for your customizations via JS/CSS or even PHP/HTML via template overrides and via hooks, and what you need can be done with the help of your developer. Sorry to disappoint!

    Thread Starter wpkoro

    (@wpkoro)

    Ok thanks yes I’m sure I can hack something together

    Thread Starter wpkoro

    (@wpkoro)

    Thanks for your generous efforts!

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