[Resolved] Plugin not working with 1.3.03

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  • #117879
    Jeff Smith

    Hey Team …. I have a plugin (Australian Post WooCommerce Extension) which works fine on an installation of GP Forefront Theme Version 1.2.9.8 (www.squeakycheeksjapan.com) …. but it refuses to work on an installation of GP Forefront Theme Version 1.3.03 (www.squeakycheeksdownunder.com)

    Is there anyway to backgrade my 1.3.03 installation to the previous version of 1.2.9.8 in an effort to get the plugin to work ??

    Thanks

    #117967
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi Jeff,

    You can find all versions here: https://themes.svn.wordpress.org/generatepress/

    What exactly isn’t working? I’m sure I can figure out what’s going on 🙂

    #118048
    Jeff Smith

    Hi Tom …. The plugin I am using is Australia Post WooCommerce Extension and it shows and calculates shipping options in my shopping cart …… I have GP Forefront version 1.2.9.8 installed and running perfectly with this plugin at http://www.squeakycheeksjapan.com …. but I have GP version 1.3.03 installed with exactly the same plugin at http://www.squeakycheeksdownunder.com and the plugin refuses to work with this version ??

    This image is from version 1.2.9.8 Squeaky Cheeks Japan showing plugin radio buttons working

    This image is from version 1.3.03 Squeaky Cheeks Down Under showing plugin radio buttons not working

    Presently I have the plugin deactivated on version 1.3.03 …. hence the screen shot

    Hope you can offer up some advice ….

    I went to the link for previous versions of but I dont how to use those links to change my version 1.3.03

    Thanks for all you do …..Jeff

    #118082
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hmm, well the table looks a little messy – that has been fixed in the next version, and can be fixed now with this CSS:

    table {
          table-layout: auto;
    }

    As for the error, that is more than likely an error that has to do with how the product is set up. There’s nothing in GeneratePress that would tell WooCommerce to spit out that error – that’s 100% WooCommerce.

    Let me know if you have any questions 🙂

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