Support » Plugin: YITH WooCommerce Name Your Price » Worked Great When It Worked

  • I was about to not use this plugin because of some of the negative reviews. I’m glad I took the chance on it, because I was exhausting my search for plugins that do the same things. The best one I found didn’t work with ajax. But, this one does! I’m really pleased with it so far. Seems to play nicely with my pop-up cart.

    *** Review Update 11/7/2019 ***
    It was great when it worked. At some point it broke and no longer works. Just gives an error message: “Code: E00003, Message: The element ‘lineItem’ in namespace has invalid child element ‘quantity'”


    • This topic was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by eiie. Reason: No longer works
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  • Hi Eiie – I wonder if you could possibly share any brief instructions for ajax usage with this plugin? Could you perhaps confirm whether you were able to bypass the single product page using this plugin with your pop-up cart? I also employ a pop-up cart, and I’d love to be able to set the price (and add to cart) from the store page itself. Many thanks in advance.

    Thread Starter eiie


    Hi @daveisthemusic, I’m not 100% on the method I used because I installed everything a few months back and don’t really record my steps. But, from what I can see I use it in conjunction with a pop-up plugin “WooCommerce added to cart popup (Ajax)”. I have WordPress Twenty-Seventeen Child Theme installed. I have my “cart behavior” in woocommerce “products” settings tab set to “Enable AJAX…”. It seems to work well with the page I have all my products on, and for that I have a custom list of products that I contain with CSS styles – I’m essentially using product page shortcodes that looks like this directly on a WordPress page to build my custom “store” pages:
    <div class=”boxes”>
    <div>[product_page id=”1234″]</div>
    <div>[product_page id=”5678″]</div>
    <div>[product_page id=”9101″]</div>

    …and one of those products listed above can easily be a “name your price” product, and it seems to work fine.

    With other plugins it would redirect to the product page every time someone clicked “Add To Cart”, or they just wouldn’t function. If I only added code to the php files, I could get it to stay on the same page after it refreshes, but I had trouble getting my pop-up cart to function like I wanted. So this YITH plugin works well for my needs so far. Though, I can’t confirm how well it might work with other pop-up cart plugins. Hope this helps.

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