WooCommerce 2.1 is out, should you upgrade?
February 10, 2014 in Blog by
New WooCommerce 2.1 is live!
As of right now we have not yet finished themes testing so please wait for a new theme versions that will have all necessary upgrades and fixes.
In short, if your business relies on WooCommerce do not update to 2.1 just yet!
Our customers could post us any bugs and layout issues that they find after installing new WooCommerce 2.1 and we will do our best to incorporate fixes into theme updates till the end of February.
Below are the list of WooCommerce 2.1 upgrade issues that we have found so far:
- “Sales” and “What’s New” Widgets are completely lost.
- “Google Analytics”, “Piwik ShareThis”, “ShareYourCart” and “ShareDaddy” integrations are lost
- On the product page “Related items” styles are messed up.
If you find any more WooCommerce 2.1 issues with our themes feel free to post it in the comment section below!
WooCommerce 2.1.1 fix release is now available.
Among other fixes, this release includes:
- All endpoints, shop pages, category pages and other pages resulting in 404 errors after the 2.1 update will now have their permalinks flushed correctly. This solves all the issues with pages not loading.
- Fixed all language country codes to reflect WordPress standards, so all translations will work again.
- Fixed issues where stock status wasn’t properly set so new products didn’t show on archive pages.
- Fixed when add_to_cart is called, ensure the correct product_id is set for variations.
* 2/14/2014 Update!
Themes NanoShop and NanoShop Lite are now WooCommerce 2.1+ compatible and available for download.
We are working now on the WooShop, MiniMart and WooShop Lite themes.
Also WooCommerce 2.1.2 fix release is published.
2/14/2014 15:00 Update!
Themes WooShop and WooShop Lite are now also WooCommerce 2.1+ Compatible.
MiniMart theme is next in a line!
2/14/2014 18:00 Update.
MiniMart theme is updated for WooCommerce 2.1+ .
All Dessky themes are now updated to work with WooCommerce 2.1 and they are available for download.