Problems with WooCommerce and PayPal? Do payments not get recorded? If PayPal shows faulty behaviour in combination with WooCommerce i.e. WooCommerce Subscriptions, then your first move should be to enable PayPal debug mode in your settings.... Read More
Getting a fatal error connected to WooCommerce Subscriptions?
If your error messages includes a
Call to a member function get() on a non-object then we got you covered.... Read More
WooCommerce Subscriptions 2.0 introduced PayPal Reference Transactions. Settings this up takes some effort. Here are the official instructions on how to do so.... Read More
Having trouble activating WooCommerce Subscriptions on your site because activation of the extension crashes your site completely? Look at your error message (if you have none, activate WordPress debug mode) If your error messages includes a failed call for
then we got you covered.... Read More
WooCommerce Subscriptions by our trusted partners of Prospress is one of my favorite extensions to support. I know that sounds geeky, but the issues I encounter when doing support as a WooCommerce Ninja for Subscriptions intrigue me. This post is for store owners and developers who are trying to solve issues connected to WooCommerce Subscriptions.... Read More
Since WooCommerce 3.0 there is no template debug mode option anymore. Instead add this to your wp-config.php... Read More
WooCommerce has two very nice debug features often overlooked. One of them being the Shipping Debug Mode. This tool will disable shipping rate caching and should always be tried out as a first step, when dealing with WooCommerce issues related to shipping.... Read More
We have all seen it at some point. While trying to use a feature in WordPress, this message emerges: “Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 12345678 bytes exhausted…”... Read More
When using WooCommerce Product CSV Import Suite you may at one point find yourself with duplicated images in your media library.
WooCommerce has an FAQ here that explains how to avoid physical duplication of image files on your server.
The images will still always be duplicated in your Media Library though, here is why.
Normally WordPress suppresses most PHP warnings and errors. WordPress debug mode displays error messages that are vital for troubleshooting.
You can find detailed info in the WordPress codex. https://codex.wordpress.org/Debugging_in_WordPress.... Read More