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I’m on 8.8.2 currently but I don’t see this feature listed yet, can I find out if it’s been added yet?
SOOOOOOOOO excited about having this built in.
Ok, it was part of an upgrade… I had searched the changelog file for “bulk” but it wan’t found.
Where is “Bulk Operation” ? There is no menu option for this in my system.
Thanks in advance.November 22, 2013 at 2:51 pm in reply to: customize the css in estore – [that's as descriptive as I can be, sorry!] #59123
That is a freakin’ awesome plugin!!
Should I avoid trying to utilize the plugin with any particular types of themes or plugins?
Thanks so much!
I didn’t expect those 2 pieces of information to be helpful since this add-on is so straight forward and is operating as expected.
The link is here: [http://thecatalyzers.com/live-webinars/wound-management-with-wendy-white/]
And the shortcode is [wp_eStore_bulk_item_purchase cat_id=2]
I think this information might be more helpful for you:
I’m using the “eStore Bulk Item Purchase Addon” and the documentation I’m following is at this link:
[It occurs to me to ask this] The reason I am using this addon is because I want the customer to be able to pick any one of a set of 6 items and only after selecting the items they want, to click “add to cart”. I’m trying to avoid the multiple page reloads when you click add to cart on multiple items. Is there another way for me to avoid those multiple page reloads?
(It’s previously been requested to enable checkboxes on this add-on, I made a custom programming request for it. So for right now I am just wondering if there’s an easy way to omit the thumbnails, as it adds too much space to the product listing.)
Thanks in advance!April 2, 2012 at 2:39 pm in reply to: How do we go about asking about other gateways (DPS) #43405
We’d be looking at the Hosted Solution which is just like the PayPal setup in how it steps the customer to the DPS site and back to the WP site:March 27, 2012 at 1:49 am in reply to: Lightbox Not Working on Android But Encoding Allows For Android Use #43354
Jane, thanks for taking the time to elaborate, your post has undoubtedly helped me head off a blizzard of problems, I simply cannot thank you enough!
-RobMarch 24, 2012 at 11:49 pm in reply to: Lightbox Not Working on Android But Encoding Allows For Android Use #43352
I forgot to mention that if you have a theme that has any jquery stuff in it running some kind special effect that in the past I have had to be careful to work one jquery plugin around another, as if they both try to call the same type of effect there would be some malfunction, and it would always be annoying and unpredictable.
For example we had a plugin that was doing a different type of lightbox for a different purpose and it used “prettyphoto” and so if I just disabled prettyphoto from this plugin’s options, I could run both lightboxes without any problem. If I tried to run both, they got all crazy.
I hope that helps. Video is SO difficult in this advent of HTML5ishness.March 24, 2012 at 11:37 pm in reply to: Lightbox Not Working on Android But Encoding Allows For Android Use #43351
Thanks for that information – I spent a month last summer troubleshooting video and landed on this plugin to finally get video to play on a website. It has been a godsend! This plugin is really the razzly dazzly super wonderful kind of plugin I dream about.
I tried the video links you posted on my Nexus One and it didn’t work, then I went to try it on my iPad and the first one seemed OK, and the second one played, but would not let me close the box. ever. I tried poking around and got nothing, even the login box came up and it was in front of the video, but I could not get the video box to go away. Then I played the first video again and it played right over the box that wouldn’t go away.
This is very important – when you encode the video, you want to use the “Web Optimized” checkbox on Handbrake so that it will start playing BEFORE the whole video downloads. This is huge. I have no idea why anyone wants it not web optimized, but go figure.
Also, if it matters any, you’re ripping very small video, so on the iPad you lose a lot of quality – I’m not sure if you ripped it so small for testing or because you intend it to only be used on a mobile phone or something else, but I see some of those handbrake presets and it’s confusing. Just wanted to put that out there in case you didn’t know.
I don’t think you should be embarrassed but I have a feeling that this isn’t you who is running noscript, otherwise you’d realize that most sites have their functionality extremely limited when that type of add-on is enabled.
I’m sure there are plenty of features/functions that do work, but I have a feeling that there should be no expectation that ANYTHING should work when using this script.
I know why people would use that add-on, but it’s not a reasonable idea to think that you could use it on anything more than the most basic of sites employing web pages. I’m surprised that you get WordPress to work at all with it.
(I’m sure more can be done with it, but I am trying to delicately say that [your customer] isn’t reporting a valid problem, it’s not something that anyone is going to dedicate time to resolving so someone can utilize that kind of plugin in a modern web browser.)
The plugin is good for speeding up web browsing and making things safer when you browse. But if you decide you’re going to shop somewhere, you’re easily going to have to turn it off while you go about your business.
Thank you VERY much because I needed that dose of reality and a good check in on that point. I would say your name but you’re listed as admin key master, why don’t you guys even take on pen names so you can personalize your fabulousness.
To this point – I am indeed trying to see if the hosting provider is going to give us a problem, that’s the idea. But no, it’s not a 10,000 a day kind of thing. But it is easily going to be 30 sales in the hour before a given seminar. My testing is by no means scientific or will it be a guarantee of anything… but I find with shared hosting that you have no idea what’s going on at the server and you can hang up or slow down because of what’s going on at the other 100 sites on the server, it’s not an intelligent multitasking situation.
But for now, I was cool with 5 users doing a checkout all at once, making sure that they didn’t get a lot of hangups or if it was particularly slow.
Thanks again for the reminder.
I know my post is late, but I got this error when I didn’t properly set the file to public and tried to download it. I could always download the file perfectly because it was my account and I was logged in all the time, but everyone else got corrupted downloads.
The error was initially confusing because well, it was “corrupted” and it wasn’t something like permission denied.
This happened on Dropbox for me. Making S3 stuff accessible is a very specific process, but should work without too much effort.December 13, 2011 at 4:37 am in reply to: Explanation on the "Use WordPress Mailing System" checkbox option #16531
Hi, I’ve been using eStore for about 2 months now, and something tells me I don’t need this plugin anymore because I filled in a field right after that box with my “from” email and it’s using that email. So is this a deprecated topic of sorts now? Thanks in advance.October 26, 2011 at 12:53 am in reply to: Lightbox appearing, and opening, but video won't appear or play? #31369
Whenever you use a video conversion program, you must find the option for “Web Optimized” and if you don’t have that option, don’t use that converter.
“Web Optimized” will convert the video so it can start playing before it is fully loaded.
I’m not sure if this option, when it exists, exists for all formats, but it definitely does for MP4 and MKV.
I hope that helps