Try moving WooCommerce into the default location: plugins/woocommerce instead of plugins/woocommerce.3.4.5. Some themes use the plugin filename to detect if a certain plugin is installed.
Second, disable all plugins except WooCommerce to check if it’s a plugin conflict.
Thanks for your help!
I have moved all plugins into default locations and all plugins are disabled but Woocommerce and it’s still not working…
I just made a clean new WordPress install and only installed the main theme and woocommerce. So nothing else and there the cart isn’t working either…
Did you make changes to the theme files? The DOM of the cart widget on your site is very different from the original (see for example http://www.inverterbutiken.se which uses the same child theme).
I did nothing… I just installed it, and activated it
On your page the cart fragment seems to be placed in the ‘search’-header. On the other page I sent you it’s in header_right > header_cart. Maybe something in the header setup or widget setup is not right?
No they both are in the Header_right
But the <div class=”header_right”><div class=”header_cart”><div class=”cart togg”> is not the same…
On your website there is more code…
How can i get the same on my site?
The cart fragment is in header-search though…
I don’t know what causes this. I don’t have the theme.
Very strange that the theme author is not willing to support, if you’ve purchased the theme that is…
Whah! I’ve got it!
It was missing a peace of code, so I copied it from that website u gave me and it worked.
In that code it said widget often. So I imported the demo widgets from the child theme. That didn’t work, then i imported the demo widgets from the main theme and it works!
So it was a demo widgets import error!
Thanks for your help today Soft79!
John Coy a11n
Automattic Happiness Engineer
I’ll mark this thread as resolved.