Reply To: Any plans for an update?
Hi, thanks for this. I appreciate the reassurance, as I do really like this theme.
1. You’ll see a prior thread from me regarding widgetkit, though it was finished up via email. I had some difficulty finding and installing a version that would run the full functionality, and even after I got it running, there were issues with margins/padding in my banner slideshow that shouldn’t have been there, and the text in the banners was not responsive. These issues appeared inconsistently and were not resolved by the corresponding settings in Widgetkit. I ultimately ended up using another plugin. Relying on a plugin that cannot be updated seems like a problematic way to go with a paid, premium theme.
2. The issue affected all pages. It was addressed by pasting in some extra css code to force a minimum height, but again, that felt like a bit of a hack. There is a thread about this, as well. It was blamed on some “conflicting code edits or plugins” or some such, but I hadn’t made any customizations or even installed any other plugins yet.
3. Currently, when I enter an inventory number in WooCommerce, the item still shows up as out of stock. I also added widgets to the sidebar of all WooCommerce store pages and they are not showing up.
4. This last one was a typo on my part – I meant PHP 7.2. I had just gone through a difficult upgrade to 7.2 with another site/theme and may have been overly paranoid about this. I thought the server for this site had yet to undergo that upgrade, as well, but it was already running 7.2 so no issue there. My apologies on that one.
I will play around with WooCommerce some more and make sure I’m not overlooking something on my end as I haven’t set up this type of store before. If the issues persist, I’ll start a thread specific for that.
I appreciate the clarifications, and as long as you are actively supporting this theme, I will continue to use it. Thanks.