Anton

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  • in reply to: remove '- wordpress' on my site description #42863
    Anton
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    This have nothing to do with Dokan, you can install plugins which removes every wordpress brand. And about your problem, i think you must just change the name of your site in the settings.

    Anton
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    All the features are available in the plugin. Maybe make a screenshot? Because i have all the options.

    in reply to: Showing location map / contact in store #38890
    Anton
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    Hello Anton,

    Please enable store location and set up your location from seller setting page. Did you get other email notification from your site?.

    I received the email yesterday, just a few hours later, and yes i receive other email notifications instantly and without problems. Also, the email i received was very ugly, it was just text instead of the html layout.

    This is what the email looks like:

    From: Templates (email@gmx.de)
    IP: 79.xxx.xxx.xx
    User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/41.0.2272.76 Safari/537.36
    
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    Hello, Test.
    
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    Sent from Site Name
    http://sitename.com

    About the store location, i dont really know what you mean. Should i enable “show map on store page” again?

    Anton
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    Hello Nayem, thank you for your answer.

    In the 3rd screenshot there is a breadcrumb error. It caused for the new WooCommerce version. You can fix it easily. Please open Dokan theme->includes->wc-template.php file. Now please find this function- function dokan_woo_breadcrumb( $args ). In this function you will find this line ‘home' => _x( ‘ Home', ‘breadcrumb', ‘dokan' ), and you have to replace this line as- ‘home' => _x( ‘Home', ‘breadcrumb', ‘dokan' ),.

    Thank you, worked fine! 🙂

    + You have mentioned file upload size. You can change it from your php.ini file. If you cannot do it by yourself then you can contact with your hosting provider about this file uploading size.

    I already found a way to increase the allowed filesize with adding a php.ini file (into the main wp folder and wp-admin folder) with following information.

    memory_limit = 96M
    upload_max_filesize = 100M
    post_max_size = 100M
    max_execution_time = 3600
    file_uploads = On

    It is still a little bit buggy, for example i tried to upload a 70MB file, the progress bar was already on 100% within 1-3 seconds, but the upload took a few minutes. But it worked so far, well anyway i will try to contact my provider.

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