- Support forum for the Order Minimum/Maximum Amount for WooCommerce.
- November 7, 2022 at 4:45 pm #95748
Consider the following scenario:
Product A is 25$ each.
The minimum order is set at 50$.
Under Cart options under General Options I set “Disable checkout button”.
I add an A to the cart. I go to the cart page. The “proceed to checkout” button is disabled (i.e. greyed out, not clickable) as expected. I remain on the cart page and add another A to the cart and update the cart. The cart reloads itself (not the entire page, only the cart box). The “proceed to checkout” button is still greyed out. If one refreshes the page, cart data is not lost and the “proceed to checkout” button gets enabled (as it should).
Question: Is it possible to have the “proceed to checkout” button enabled when the minimum order condition is met after updating the cart accordingly remaining on the cart page?
P.S.: Yes, I know I could just set the button to “Leave it enabled”, and under Checkout Options set “Prevent users from reaching the checkout page on wrong min/max amount”. I am not asking for a workaround. I am asking if it is possible to have the ideal scenario depicted above, and if so how (or maybe I did sth wrong with the settings).November 8, 2022 at 12:30 pm #95990
I am sorry to know you are having problems.
I couldn’t reproduce the issue on our end. The “proceed to checkout” button seems to be enabled by clicking on the “Update Cart” button. As a result, could you please clear your browser cache? If you’re using a cache plugin, please try to disable it and see if the issue persists.
MoshtafizurNovember 9, 2022 at 9:30 am #98759
Dear Mr Moshtafizur,
First of all thank you for your answer.
No, I don’t think I have an active installed cache plugin. Just in case below a list of the active plugins:
All-in-One WP Migration OneDrive Extension (1.60)
All-in-One WP Migration (7.67)
Astra Pro (3.9.2)
Astra Bulk Edit (1.2.6)
Import / Export Customizer Settings (1.0.6)
Starter Templates (3.1.18)
Astra Widgets (1.2.12)
Code Snippets (3.2.1)
Custom Fonts (1.3.7)
Custom Adobe Fonts (Typekit) (1.0.18)
Customizer Search (1.1.6)
Elementor Pro (3.8.1)
Export Media Library (4.0.0)
Loco Translate (2.6.3)
OoohBoi Steroids for Elementor (2.0.5)
Order Minimum/Maximum Amount for WooCommerce Pro (4.2.2)
Astra Customizer Reset (1.0.5)
Sidebar Manager (1.1.7)
Ultimate Addons for Elementor (1.36.12)
WC Hide Shipping Methods (1.5)
WooCommerce Payments (4.9.0)
WooCommerce Table Rate Shipping (3.1.0)
WordPress Importer (0.8)
WP File Manager (7.1.6)
The scenario is just as described in the first post. I link a video: https://1drv.ms/v/s!AmIoUZRR1UmglshXDpKfBqGNzdaYKw?e=euXRrT
I am looking forward to hearing from you.November 9, 2022 at 9:58 am #98767
Thanks for giving us more information on the issue.
I couldn’t reproduce the issue on our end. Would it be possible for you to share your WordPress dashboard access so that we can check it for you? Then please send us your login credentials to [email protected].
MoshtafizurNovember 9, 2022 at 10:24 am #98776
Just sent you an email with the requested data.
It shouldn’t be in the spam folder, but just in case.
I a looking forward to hearing from you.
BestNovember 9, 2022 at 11:41 am #98788
Thanks for sending the login credentials. I have just replied you via email.
Please have a look.
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