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  • #19996

    Keith
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    Hello,

    I have setup a frontend edit and add product page that contains a checkbox section where you select which woocommerce categories you want the product to be affiliated with. Adding categories to the product works fine both while editing and creating a product.

    However, when I have an already existing product and wish to remove it from a category by unchecking that box in the edit form this change is not saved after submitting the form. The product is still affiliated with that category and going back to the edit form shows that checkbox checked once again.

    Thanks for any help!!!

    #20020

    Mahi
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    Hello Keith,

    Because that product was not create by wpuf form therefore not assigned with any wpuf form id. So, it just doesn't works.

    Solution 1: For this problem with older posts, one thing you need to do. If you go the those posts edit screen in backend, you’ll see a meta box “WPUF Form”, select the form that should be used to edit the form.

    Solution 2: http://wedevs.com/support/topic/editing-previous-posts-from-free-version/#post-2740

    #20082

    Keith
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    Although that does seem like a viable solution, it did not solve the issue for me =/

    It seems that I already had the correct/only form available selected in the meta box “WPUF Form” for each product. Even if I create a new product that uses the WPUF form and try to edit the categories they still remain unchanged once I hit update.

    Something that might help narrow the search is that if I go in the backend and edit the product's categories it does implement the changes to the product, but not when I try to edit them on the frontend.

    Sorry for the issue, and let me know if you need anymore details!

    Thank you

    #20083

    Keith
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    Are the edit and add product pages supposed to have the correct form assigned in the WPUF Form meta box?

    The edit page only has the [wpuf_edit] shortcode, but even when I change its WPUF Form box to have the correct form assigned it still does not allow removal of categories.

    #20117

    Mahi
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    Please provide your site url, user login and password so we can check it. Also mark your reply as Private reply to keep it safe.

    #20120

    Keith
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    This reply has been marked as private.
    #20709

    Keith
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    Hello,

    Just wanted to check if there are any updates with this issue I'm having!

    Thanks

    #21134

    Keith
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    Did this task get lost in the pile now? Or do you all no longer provide support?

    #21141

    Mahi
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    I just test it. It is working fine for me!

    PS: i updated plugin to v2.1.10

    #21190

    Keith
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    Thank you for the feedback! Any progress is great at this point.

    I see that on the backend the removing of categories is now working, thank you for that fix.
    However, on the frontend using the form created by the WP Frontend Pro plugin I am unable to remove categories, they remain no matter how many times I try to remove it. Any ideas on why the form is unable to remove categories but the backend dash can?

    The link to the editing form for products is here http://speechtrader.apaxdev.com/speech-dashboard/ just click the edit button next to one of the products.

    Thanks!

    #21515

    Keith
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    Hey again,

    Anymore progress on this issue? I still have not found a solution =/

    Thanks!

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