Support » Plugin: DHL Shipping Germany for WooCommerce » WC Order-Page: Double postcode field!

  • rbendit

    (@rbendit)


    When activating DHL for WooCommerce a second postcode field (name=”_shipping_dhl_postnum”) is visible at the order-page in the recipient area of the order address…

    • This topic was modified 7 months ago by rbendit.
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  • Plugin Author Shadi Manna

    (@shadim)

    This field is used for the DHL drop-off postnumber. Is there an issue with this?

    Thread Starter rbendit

    (@rbendit)

    As i wrote before: a second postcode field (name=”_shipping_dhl_postnum”) is visible at the order-page in the recipient area of the order address

    you see 2x the field “zip” (postcode)

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    Plugin Author Shadi Manna

    (@shadim)

    But it is not actually a post-code, it is a “post number” that is required when using the drop-off feature, see points 40-45 in the documentation https://github.com/shadimanna/dhl-logistic-services-for-woocommerce/wiki/Documentation#settings

    Thread Starter rbendit

    (@rbendit)

    Ok, so then we have an english translation problem! Everywhere i see “postcode”, “postal code”, “postal”…

    So please explain what is what: in german we need

    zip / postal code and the city for example “60311 Frankfurt”.
    Sometimes people rent a “post office box” which is a number…

    In my case a see for both fields the same name: “Postleitzahl” (zip and post office box use the same translation)

    Plugin Author Shadi Manna

    (@shadim)

    I see. Do you have a screenshot so we can confirm the translation with someone on our end?

    Thread Starter rbendit

    (@rbendit)

    We stopped working with this plugin now! As described, too much problems at all!

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