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I am using the shortcodes on some pages.
Restrict content Version 3.0.4
PHP version 8.0.18
I remember 7-8 months back when had the exact same errors from the restrictcontent.php that, back then,(before 2.2.10) had the exact same “if statement cluster” in the beginning of the file as shortcodes.php do now.
This was my request back then:
In reply to: [Complianz - GDPR/CCPA Cookie Consent] PHP error “Translation error detected”
Anyone have an idea how to get rid of it?
I did make an observation, a couple of seconds after clicking the dismiss button something pops up in the chrome debugger, something about POST admin-ajax.php 400
I did not know about the price override, that’s awesome, it does fix my problem although with some work.
Yes, my base address is in a EU country so that makes sense.
Consider implementing a “generate prices without vat” option. There’s a lot of Europeans out there that wants to sell outside of the EU, and when they do, 0% vat are to be added.
Have a great day
Thanks for a quick answer. Hmm I understand. Where does your plugin get that 25% from that is added on our facebook products? In “tax rates” our store has 0% VAT added, except EU countries which have 25% added. Maybe your plugin chooses a EU country as a basis for VAT calculation when generating the feed?
I’ll send you a ticket as this is not the behavior we’re getting at our checkout. Thanks.
That would narrow the countries down on all our checkouts, not just Svea checkout. We use Svea specifically for Swedish customers when the Swedish language is chosen.
I thought that “Country availability” and “Specific Countries” Was meant to narrow the checkout down to a Specific country so it wouldn’t be cluttered with unused countries.
Well, you are correct. I got it to work! no more post-editing. Must have made something wrong the first time around that made me think it could only replace whole words. The attributes I’m pretty sure I could replace them with an “&” and no browser won’t mind. Thank you!
I’ve tried it but I don’t think it’s possible to replace just a part of a url, right?
Just as an example:
This is an example but I’m using it in a similar way.
Nothing too crazy, it’s a moderate e-commerce site
600 products (half of which are translations)
39 pages (half of which are translations)
6 posts (half of which are translations)
12 attributes (half of which are translations)
106 attribute terms
Just thought those tables stood out in our database but maybe it’s normal.