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- 19 December, 2018 at 12:24 am in reply to: Opening times not working (To close for Christmas) #40597
Thanks. I will update and try 🙂18 December, 2018 at 6:48 am in reply to: Opening times not working (To close for Christmas) #40590
PS. Your Website (This website) sends me to a broken page on login every time from any pc. I use Chrome.
It does log me in, but first it stalls for 30 sec or so and then I get a page.with this.. (then I can click back and I am logged in)
This page isn’t working http://www.wp-pizza.com redirected you too many times.
Try clearing your cookies.
Thank you Olly.
One more question.
Is there a way to have two sites running on the same coupons, so that the coupons work for both shops, but if a “one time code” is used in one shop, it stops working in the other shop too. (and vice versa). So for example if they make a free pizza coupon code for a customer, he can use it in any of the shops, but obviously not get several free pizzas.
As I am writing this, I realize that this will probably require both sites to also have the same product and user tables or something like that at least.
I have recently retired my old wp-pizza 2.X and replaced it with Version 3.X on two sites. (I did not update, I just build a new site with 3.0)
However, I forgot that I have a ton of coupon codes on the old site (several hundred).
Is there a way to move them from the old site to the new? They are running on separate servers and databases, so I can still access the old site (with the coupon codes).
Any tips or links to a guide on this, would be much appreciated.
I found the problem and managed to fix it. It was a read/write file permission issue. I think maybe the developer changed some of the file permissions, and that is what made it stop working.
I managed to get access to the log files, but there was nothing there. (maybe also a write permission issue)
I checked the following..
This has an empty index.html and a readme.txt file that says ===== TO DO ======
This just has an empty index.html file
Has a debug.log file, but it only has a few lines that are dated to 2017 so I think unrelated to this problem.
However, I checked the error log for Apache2 and found what looked like a “read / write” permission issue.
So I have updated the file permissions and that fixed it.
Now I am just afraid that my site is not secure…
Thank you for the quick reply Olly.
Yes, GDPR did cross my mind, which is why i thought to ask here, as it might be happening to someone / everyone else, but apparently not.
I updated the client secret as well and re-saved the credentials in console.developers.google.com but still nothing.
I can’t check the logs right now, as I have recently moved the server, and my developer is offline right now. Is there any way to check the logs from WordPress?
In google cloud print, the printer registers fine as “online” and as shown in this screenshot, I can print from it, when using chrome/windows.
And as shown here, the printer registers as online
Thank you, I will take a look at adjusting the grid for starters 🙂 Then maybe later work on a step-by-step version if the client wants to pay for it.
I have tried the following
- Changing to different themes
- Change lots of settings and clearing cache
- Disabling and enabling the ALWAYS load the cart dynamically via ajax. setting
- Being logged in and not, and also incognito mode and various browsers (IE, Chrome, Edge)
There is no custom coding, and I have ruled out the printing being a problem, as I can see two emails in the inbox and in mailgun. So it’s only printing two copies, because there is actually two emails.
I totally get what you are saying and I have no doubt it’s something that I am some how at least partially responsible for.
One thing that I did suspect that it could be, is that we have implemented a payment gateway called quickpay.net which may have required some custom coding in the integration. Maybe the callback from Quickpay is somehow responsible for causing the mail to be sent twice. However in my mind, I ruled that out, as I concluded it would result in two orders being placed, and not just two emails being sent, for the same order.
That all sounds right 🙂
The only one that I am having trouble with is
+ another to some gmail account (in your template that sends to the shops – email no 4)
That is the one I am sending to a normal @gmail.com account (This one) and that is the one that is randomly being sent twice.
Ps. I will for sure be updating to 3.0 and adding a 2nd locations to this shop. I would just really like to solve this problem, so my client can stop calling me and complaining that I am double printing orders.
It’s this 2nd email that is sent twice to mailgun, on what seems to be completely random orders. (which in terms means it’s being printed twice in the shop)
And this is my email server settings
Are there any log files or anything like that I can check, to find out what is causing this problem?
Thank you for the quick reply.
I am using mailgun to send and I am sending them to a gmail account. I have 5 gmail / google apps accounts and have never had a double sent or receive before. H
However I am not using mailgun for anything else, so I will try writing their support and see if they have any suggestions for a solution or perhaps are familiar with the problem.
However I also have google cloud print plugin in my WP-Pizza setup and as far as I can recall, when the email is double sent, the cloud print is also double printed. (I am not 100% on this but like 80% sure.)
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Thanks for the advice. Much appreciated.
That’s fair 🙂
Like a robo-call that says the order, or just a “call and hang up” so they know to check for an order?
Yes, I was actually thinking of placing a tablet on the wall, that shows the most recent orders from the order history page. From that, they can just click the print button and it will be printed on the network printer. (no need for a Bluetooth printer I think. The Epson TM printers are network printers, so they can be connected to the tablet
Thank you for the input.
Ps. Would you be interested in sharing that “call the rest” plugin?
I have done a bit of research, and I think this is a really good option.
It’s a bit costly at 516 USD$ (as of this post) but I have had great experiences with the EPSON thermal printers, and I am looking to buy this one, as it supports Cloud Printing.
Now I am just trying to confirm that cloud printing will be 100% stable, without having a local print server in the restaurant.