Support » Plugin: Smart Variations Images & Swatches for WooCommerce » Single product page image not displaying after update
After the update of plugin, Single product image is not displaying.
Right now using the 4.0.77 version.
The issue is not resolved till the latest updated versions(verison 5.1.6, 5.1.7, 5.1.8 and 5.1.10 ,5.1.12). Would you please check it?
That version is 17month old. A lot has changed since then. But it should not cause any issue.
Maybe check if you are getting errors or clean your cache.
Please see the post on how to debug, that will be the best option now.
I cant guess the reason hope you understand.
Maybe create a staging site? if you use plesk or cpanel they have that option and from there we can try to debug?
The issue still exists in the latest version 5.1.12 . We had updated and tried all the debugging options. Could you please check on the issue.
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Please try changing the theme in your staging site and see if the issue gets solved.
That way we can discar the theme.
Now, if you have disabled everything like in the debug post and the theme and still doesnt work than I dont think the problem resides on the plugin at all.
I tried switching the theme to parent theme and found that the problem is in a code that have been added in child theme functions.php to modify the view in our single product page.
remove_action( ‘woocommerce_single_product_summary’, ‘woocommerce_template_single_add_to_cart’, 30 ); , When we add this function the image of product also gets removed in all the new updates of the plugin.Do you guys have any idea why this code gets conflicted with the plugin?
My guess is that you are using that woocommerce_template_single_add_to_cart in other places and that maybe affecting the load.
I load the gallery on woocommerce_before_single_product_summary.
You still have to debug what may cause that.
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