Support » Plugin: WooCommerce » Update from 2.0.9 to 2.0.10 Issue

  • A little upset after I installed the new update. Woocommerce was working fine till I updated to 2.0.10, then the issues below started to begin:

    First issue: Just installed new update from 2.0.9 to 2.0.10 via plugins page. After update was made I found that all products have sale icon on them and I can not get rid of it.

    Second issue: Also, when the lightbox images are prompted open, it has title text names in them. I noticed some title text names don’t even relate to the product, for example, one product is a foam pouch, the title text name changed to OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA, where did that name come from?? I don’t even have that product in my store?

    Anyone else having this issue?

    I have the latest WordPress version 3.5.1 and with these plugins installed:

    -Contact Form 7
    -Really Simple CAPTCHA
    -WP Security Scan

    I literally just installed WordPress 2 days ago, this is basically a fresh install of WordPress. I have done no modifications at all to code.

    Thanks for your help.

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  • Temporarily switch to TwentyEleven or TwentyTwelve theme and see if the problem goes away. If it does then it’s an issue in your theme.

    Thanks for your reply. I did as you suggested activating TwentyEleven first with no change. I then activated TwentyTwelve theme with no change. As I stated above, version 2.0.9 was working prior to the 2.0.10 update with the theme I was using, and the theme is WooCommerce 2.0+ Compatible, I made sure of that before I began install of woo.

    The issue still remains. I hope I don’t have to uninstall and then reinstall:( That would be very disappointing, as I just started inputting my many products. I should of waited on the 2.0.10 update, feel like I’m a test dummy here.

    Any other information I can provide to get this issue solved? Thanks and again I appreciate your reply:)

    I noticed the ‘Sale’ icon problem on a site I updated as well, which is using a child theme of the Genesis Framework. Luckily for me, not using the site for actual sales, so I was able to just do

    .woocommerce ul.products li.product .onsale, .woocommerce-page ul.products li.product .onsale {
    	display: none;

    to simply hide it for now.

    I’ve just updated woocommerce and I have a similar problem with the sale icon. It is appearing on all the out stock products with no price (and If I enter “0” as the price is display that the item is “free”.

    I’ve hidden the “free” in the functions.php and the “on sale” using display:none; but then I can’t use the “on sale” icon when I need it.
    There is another method to just remove the “on sale” when items are out of stock?

    Hey guys, thanks for the posts, but I think I may have solved the sales tag issue showing up. Don’t need to code anything, just mess around with options.

    I don’t have prices or add to cart options on my shop, its just a online catalog site, so take that into consideration when trying this method below to rid of sales tag icon over image.

      Here is what to try:

    Go into one of your products that you are selling,
    Products-> click on product you are having sales tag issue with

    -> Scroll down to the Product Data section

    -> If your product data is already on Simple product (note, make sure to remember price of product, as it will clear price under general, if there is no price, don’t worry about it), change to Variable product and update listing (you will see no price when you preview, don’t worry if you want price to show, follow below). Note: the sales tag will be gone when updated using Variable product showing no prices, what I needed for my online catalog, but what if you want price to show? Continue below…

    -> Go back to Product Data and change back to Simple product and add your Regular Price back in and update then preview. Your price will show without the sales tag over image. No need to code to take out sales tag icon, just mess around with the options.

    Very confusing options that Woo has made for this, but this method seems to work, give it a shot, worth a try, as I was pulling my hair out as to why the sales tag would not go away with my no price online catalog.

    Anyways, hope this helps, tried my best to explain with my timeframe:)

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