Thanks, Envato! It’s appreciated.
Diabolique saidResponsive isn’t just about making the website display on a mobile device…I have a new smartphone and using this site on is horrible so I don’t bother, and I probably am not alone
All modern smartphones can display full page (HD), there is too late for responsive layout.
Indeed you aren’t alone. I totally agree.1000%. It is needed and about more than just whether or not a site can load on any given mobile device or not.
Here’s a potentially helpful link to those having issues post update…http://develop.woothemes.com/woocommerce/2014/02/solving-common-issues-after-updating-to-woocommerce-2-1/
Interesting. That would appear to be Core error, not necessarily generated / caused by WooCommerce 2.1
In any case, if you’re not already using isset() before operating on any variable you should be.
All throughout the 3 betas and 2 RCs that were released leading up to the final release, I was able to fix any hiccup that I found in my custom themes, custom plugins and sites.
I can imagine it’s quite a shock for those decided to wait until now to check things out for the first time or the first time in a long time. From experience, I know it takes way less time to spend a little bit of time here and there rather than all at once post release. I would have been quite frustrated had I waited.
Are you the theme’s author? If not, have you contact the author?
If you’re the author, I imagine you took the time to test the three beta and two RC releases that came out before the final so you wouldn’t be too surprised about the changes or have to scramble after the final release?
Regardless, the documentation is here – http://docs.woothemes.com/wc-apidocs/
Also read this – http://jameskoster.co.uk/snippets/disable-woocommerce-styles/
Once you’ve made sure you didn’t do what what was considered dangerous in the article, break things down and take them one step at a time. Remove / Disable all custom WooCommerce CSS / JS (manually – there is no option to do this) to see how things behave on their own. WC v2.1 is now much more responsive than ever before and should require much less styling than you may have had to use before.
My Themes didn’t suffer from this, so I can only imagine the one you’re using wasn’t coded well enough or something.
Ok. That’s certainly an understandable position. However, I chose to interpret the spirit of the words / rules differently regardless of the pure literal definitions. If one were to look in nearly any thesaurus and you’ll find that the word “technicality” is a synonym for “loophole”, “escape clause”, etc. Life’s too short to worry about such silly technicalities in my view. If I wanted to do that, I would have become a lawyer. LOL.
So, I’ve rewritten those rules to better illustrate how I saw them…
1. You CAN sell any item that’s not a derivative work of an already existing approved exclusive item from your own account on other sites.
2. You CANNOT sell derivative items of an already approved / for sale exclusive item from your account elsewhere.
Otherwise, the rules taken at their literal value are indeed far too generic. Adding additional clarifications to them would likely do wonders to help clear things up for folks. Hopefully that happens soon.
In an earlier thread you indicated you’d already purchased the add-on “Smart Coupons” plugin from WooThemes. Have you abandoned that plugin in favor of this one you’ve now made yourself? One of the features of this Smart Coupons listed on the product page is “Shows coupons / credits available to users on their “My Account” page” I imagine there for some reason this wasn’t enough?
Whoa! People still use PDAs? They support responsive web technologies now?! LOL. Sorry, couldn’t resist…
Anyway, you have posted to a general forum. What specific item/product, site or page does your issue / query relate to? If you need help with a specific plugin, theme or template then this is not the place. Please go to the item’s page and find the “Support” tab. This should contain the most expedient way to get support on your issue(s) directly from the author if offered.
Another alternative would be using this on a site copy – http://wordpress.org/plugins/enable-media-replace/