[resolved] Woocommerce not fully compatible with WP 3.5 (41 posts)

  1. sexysusie
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Oh i feel so stupid!!

    In the settings from woocommerce i missed to set the thanks page!!
    Now the problem is solved.

    It's so simple!! stupid me!

  2. nick6352683
    Posted 3 years ago #


    - I always use dev. servers and never on a live site, even to test plugins, never mind a WP upgrade.

    - You are the reason why I dropped Opencart ... after spending years, and pouring money into it, and learning that software as good as any web pro. designer could. Woocommerce is that good. Take a bow, all I have is respect to you guys... I'm not sarcastic here, I'm serious.

    - That said, you have a serious software and are perceived as a serious company. What has happened this time around is beyond belief. This problem should have been addressed weeks ago, or at least warn users about the consequences of updating WP to 3.5. As I said before I was on a dev. server, but I had to find a solution as I have web sites to build and I wanted WP 3.5 if possible, like 3 days ago...

    - I used the forums here to post the problems because:
    1. You have a link to this forums directly from your web site.
    2. You were completely silent about the whole thing. Taking it to the public forums forced your hand one way or another. And it's a good thing I did, because within a hour or so, somebody gave me a hint what was going on, and how to manually fix the issues.

    Guys, you have a near perfect product (for me), and a big fan base (I'm the president), but you have to communicate better, and be proactive. Like politics, it's better for you to spill out the problems early, and you do the reporting, not someone like me. Honestly will get you further than you think.

    I have not tested WC with thousands of products yet, but if it performs well, I can see this plugin overtaking everything else, simply because it's the only product that combines a professional level e-commerce with a full blown CMS. I'm also a paid member at wpmu.com, and their e-commerce plugin that is advertised as the best such plugin for WP, and it is a joke compared to WP.

    Thanks a million for providing a fix, looking forward in testing it.

  3. Coen Jacobs
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Nick, you are right in certain parts, but not all of them.

    Yes, I personally take blame for not detecting this sooner. We did some extensive testing with the WordPress version, from before the first beta actually. This somehow slipped through our nets and as soon as we noticed these issues, a fix was written within a couple of hours as you saw.

    That is also the reason why we weren't communicating this issue to our users. We simply didn't know the issue existed. If we did know, we would have fixed it before WordPress 3.5 was released though, so we didn't have to communicate. :)

    Reporting bugs however, especially when they are as critical as this one was, should always be done by a direct channel. We now were able to fix the issue within 24 hours after you've opened this topic, but if we didn't notice it could go on for days (with the weekend closing in). One short email or issue on GitHub would have been spotted even sooner than this topic and we could have made the fix as well. What James was trying to explain, is that if you are confident that there is a bug in our software, please knock on our door directly. This forum is a good channel for support, but there are better ways to direct contact us.

    Again, thanks for reporting this and thanks for supporting us!

  4. nick6352683
    Posted 3 years ago #

    In that case Coen, I take back some of the (bad) things I said, and I do accept your explanation. Point well taken, I will contact you directly next time around (hopefully never). And thank you for not being standoffish, since I realize I was a bit harsh, (as well as very complimentary towards you btw). I wish all developers had your attitude.

  5. nick6352683
    Posted 3 years ago #

    After a quick testing with a fresh installation of WP 3.5, and with no other plugins added yet, it seems that everything is working fine now. I will know for sure by the weekend when I add some plugins and add more products. Good job, and I'm marking this as resolved!!! Yea !

  6. chetan0412
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi jameskoster,

    Will you add Indian currency(Rs) in next update????

  7. Coen Jacobs
    Posted 3 years ago #

    chetan0412: Please add this request to our ideas board: http://ideas.woothemes.com/forums/133476-woocommerce to see if more of our users would like this currency in the WooCommerce plugin. You can always add currencies yourself in the interim: http://wcdocs.woothemes.com/snippets/add-a-custom-currency-symbol/

    NOTE TO ALL: Please stop hijacking this thread and do not use this thread for all your questions, but start a new thread just like everyone else. This issue is fixed and should be marked as resolved.

  8. perfumestore.sg
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi I am running on Woocommerce 1.66 and WP 3.5.1.

    The price slider filter is unable to work ie I can't slide and change the price range. I see that someone mentioned about replacing two js files in the following folder: /wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/assets/js/

    May I know how what file should I replace it with or what code do I have to change? I have to admit I'm a beginner at this! Please help!

  9. vendyxiao
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Same with me.

    I already did all tips on this thread, but the price slider and layered nav still don't want show up.


    this is the website using it : http://plasamainananak.com/

  10. vendyxiao
    Posted 3 years ago #

    oh. i understand. i feel stupid. the price slider and layered nav didn't appear in home page, but only appear when we search for an items or browse the products by category.

    So, the problem is solved for me.

  11. Julien Cotel
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello everybody,

    I just had the same issue with my "TeeShirt" Theme and the best solution I found was to use the plugin "jQuery Updater"
    It will update all the jquery part in all your plugins but ALSO in the theme itself (for price filter, tabs, etc...)

    Just install and active for instant result !

    Have a good day !

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