November 18, 2012 at 1:32 pm #7944PsychoCenobiteMember
I’m sure this must be a problem with the new version of NextGEN (1.9.7) but I wanted to post here as well just in case you can help.
I recently updated the NextGEN plugin to 1.9.7 but it seems to have removed the eStore compatibility.
All of the Add to Cart and dropdown options have been removed from the client galleries.
You can view a test gallery here (Password = “test”):
These are the shortcodes that I’ve been using:
[nggallery id=4 template=wp-eStore-auto-addtocart]
Everything was perfect before the recent update.
Any help would be appreciated.
Many thanks.November 18, 2012 at 8:54 pm #51529
I’m having the exact same issues with a site for a client. Any assistance would be appreciated! ThanksNovember 18, 2012 at 10:59 pm #51530snowmoonMember
May I add to this?
I’m also having problem with displaying the Add To Cart button in NextGen.
On my page I have [nggallery id=19 template=wp-eStore]. I put [wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=2] in the image description but instead of displaying the Add To Cart button the literally string [wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=2] is displayed.
However, if I put [wp_eStore_add_to_cart id=2] directly on a page, then the Add To Cart button shows correctly.
This leads me to think that it is a NextGen issue.
Hope you can help. Thank you.November 19, 2012 at 3:41 am #51531adminKeymaster
I have made an update to the eStore NextGen gallery addon that should fix this.
Please download a new copy of the eStore NextGen galleyr addon and let me know how it goes:November 19, 2012 at 9:00 am #51532
Still nothing showing for me I’m afraid.
I have the latest version (1.9.7) of NextGen Gallery, the plugin you listed above and the up to date eStore plugin. I’m using the following shortcode:
[nggallery id=20 template=wp-eStore-auto-addtocart]November 19, 2012 at 11:57 am #51533PsychoCenobiteMember
Thank you very much for the updated eStore NextGEN Gallery addon. This seems to have done the trick and I’ve easily managed to get all of the clients galleries back up… all 2GB of files.
After been up all night trying to find a way around this problem, I’m now going to get some sleep!
Thanks again, you have no idea how grateful I am.
For anyone else still having problems, you might want to check that your nggallery IDs haven’t changed.
After uninstalling and reinstalling the NextGEN plugin I then had to import the image files, which were still on the server, just not linked to the plugin. This saved me about 2-3 hrs of uploading. Just select “Import folder image” and select the folders from the menu.
You don’t need to wait for the Thumbnails to be re-created either. I just skipped that part.
But because they are all new to the plugin, they all have new IDs and the shortcodes on each page needed updating.November 19, 2012 at 8:59 pm #51534
I’ve just tested this on a new site and it works. I’ll remove the old plugins etc and rebuild on the old site. Hopefully I can avoid too much messing about! Thanks for the update.
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