@Matt, for 1.0.1, do you think you can fix the product
categories not able to be dragged and SAVED? The simple page plugin
worked for dragging and saving, but it did not do any changes on
the website. Also, your recently viewed widget and Product on sale
widget are still not working with version 1.0.
With 1.0 version, search by sku# is still not working in Product
> Search product. It will need to be SKU:#######, this will
work. But Matt had mentioned before that with this newer version,
we do not have to type in SKU:. We can simply type in #s only.
@Matt, I fixed my product categories problem. I installed a
plugin called Gecka Terms Ordering. I was able to drag and drop
product categories does not matter if they are in 3 pages. I was
able to move and down. I am posting it here so anyone who needs
this solution will benefit from it.
For post 216, I want to add that when using Gecka Terms Ordering
plugin, you would need to go to Jigoshop > setting > Cataglog
& Pricing > Sort products in category by: Post Post Order,
Save. Then you can drag the product categories. After finishing
dragging to the order you want. You can reset "Sort products in
category by" back to the original setting that you want.
I'm having some sizing and spacing issues with the "Cancel order
& restore cart" and "submit payment" buttons on the
Checkout>Pay screen when using the Stripe gateway. Can anyone
suggest how I may fix this issue? See attached screenshot.
Support Staff231 Posted by ivica on 13 Feb, 2012 11:36 PM
In order this doesn't happen I create web site test environment, so if it
is f***d up due to ANY plugin update/installation, it is not in production
and no big harm happens (maybe just wasting some time). Only after few days
testing with good results I would update it in production. Otherwise, all
other decisions are gambling... even with Wordpress or theme update.
Sorry to have upset you. I think the intention of my post was
misunderstood. Especially with regards to insults. I was merely
suggesting helpful thoughts.
I can understand your frustration with a plugin that doesn't
appear to work, trust me! Been there, not a fun feeling. However, I
can assure you that we have tested the plugin on our test
sites before releasing. We always do :).
So is it safe to assume that you are restoring to a
previous database? I couldn't quite conclude that from your last
ivica, sorry if I talked bad ... you developers know better than
administrators that files and bugs play on brain, but clients
(website owners) they don't know anything and they want their
websites works fine ... sometimes they ask something only Moses can
Reza, I'm curious to see what starts the issues that appear on
your client's site. Would you be interested in letting me login and
run through a few debug tests and then update Jigoshop manually?
This is so that I can debug why and how the issues you reported
happen after the update.
If you're interested, email matt.gates [at] jigoshop.com with a
Wordpress admin account please :)
Support Staff241 Posted by ivica on 14 Feb, 2012 12:33 AM
Reza, no problem :-) But, I'm not a developer as well as you aren't, I'm
just a Jigoshop great fan and Jigoshop translator to 1 language :-) Matt
will fix it, if it is "broken" it can be corrected, ... usually :-)
"Gettin' Jiggy Wit It (Jigoshop)"