Hi, I've been having a few issues with your theme:
- Failing to load ajax.js (/wp-content/themes/maxshop/assets/js/ajax.js), because it doesn't actually exist in that location.- Issues setting the menu style. For instance, if I configure the options to use 'header X', and then an individual page to '---Theme setting---', it doesn't seem to always work.- The menu/header account login icon link simply reloads the page? Doesn't seem to display a login popup or redirect the user to any page that resembles a login/dashboard area.- Generally feel as though the theme isn't functioning as it should. I feel like I'm missing options maybe? It just doesn't seem adequate in that department...
Really hoping I've just had two unfortunate experiences with ShineTheme's themes (first Nayax, and now Maxshop), and that we can resolve these issues.
Please disregard the 3rd issue.
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Hi ,I have checked your site. I am sorry because the theme have some the errors.1. I fixed the error that ajax.js not found. 2. If you do not select menu style in page, it will select menu style in the theme options (---Theme Settings---). I tested and it is working.3. I think that you need to set login/register page in the woocommerce. It will redirect when you click icon account on menu bar. Thank you,Hai Nguyen
Hi,the error come from OptionsTree plugin. When you click save button, it wil send a package included 'nonce' variable. But it is not included and leave the 404 error. I have fixed it. Thank you,Hai Nguyen
We're in the final stages of building the website but have run into issues with your product quick-view validation.
It doesn't appear to check whether the item is in stock or out of stock -- instead allowing the customer to click 'Add to cart'. The problem is there is no error or warning until the user browses to another shop page such as the cart.
The add to cart button should remain disabled and an 'out of stock' error should display. All of this works on the actual woocommerce product page of course, but not on the product quick-view popup which was bundled with your theme? Please see screenshots for examples of this.
Also, your example has vastly different options for variable products, for instance the 'colour' selector comprises of coloured circles. I don't see any options to implement the variations in this way. Could you please point me in the right direction?
Attached files: wc-product-page-validation.PNG quick-view-validation.PNG
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