Sakuna

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  • in reply to: Yoast breadcrumbs #27578
    Sakuna
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    @hamada:

    I am currently using Yoast Breadcrumbs and can confirm they work, at least within my ecosystem.

    If you have not done so, add the following to the end of your functions.php file and then test:

    add_theme_support( 'yoast-seo-breadcrumbs' );

    If you are sporting the Genesis Framework, then you will need slightly different code.

    Good luck!

    in reply to: WP Archives Widget: Enquiry Form #23578
    Sakuna
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    That addressed the issue. Thx

    Sakuna
    Participant

    Hey @support:

    Thank you for the reply.

    If you want the functionality related to enquiry instead of booking process then the feature is not available.

    – This is precisely what I am talking about.

    Thanks again for the follow up.

    Sakuna
    Participant

    Thanks for the quick reply.

    If I disable the Booking under tabs, then the entire booking form disappears.

    What I mean is simply making the Booking Button on the Booking Form an Enquiry, but leaving the other non-fixed departure functionality: the calendar, the number of potential customers for the trip, so that when the customer makes the enquiry, all of this data is transferred.

    Here is an image of what I refer to: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1B0ZIX9OTLLp2EalQ8uzMHhMJih5PSILQ/view?usp=sharing

    Is this functionality currently available?

    Thanks.

    in reply to: Dates and Prices: Bug #22913
    Sakuna
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    Hey @support:

    Thanks for the reply.

    I think we must be misunderstanding each other provided language barriers. 😉

    I don’t refer to a sold-out message, which is already displayable under inventory options as you mention.

    I refer to a published single-trip itinerary for which a user of the plugin may need or want to make a change to the pricing name. The trip need not be sold out.

    Anyways, thanks for the reply.

    in reply to: Dates and Prices: Bug #22898
    Sakuna
    Participant

    Hey @support:

    Thanks for the follow up.

    I understand your response as the following summary: Users who published a trip itinerary cannot change the pricing name on this already-published itinerary or the value for the available spaces resets.

    If my understanding of your response is correct, then I don’t see the logic in favor of this system.

    Why?

    Tour Operators publish a trip, then X number of bookings are made, confirming the trip departure. Since as of the time of this writing WP Utilities Inventory Options does not allow for indicating the trip as a confirmed departure (so that other potential customers know this information), the Tour Operator can only modify the pricing name of the specific trip to indicate this additional information. This is simply changing a pricing name to an already established trip.

    Thus, modifying the pricing name of this already-published and confirmed trip shouldn’t reset the value of the spaces available for the trip precisely because bookings have been made (and the trip is already published)! 🙂

    If a new trip is created, then sure, of course the spaces should reflect the value of spaces available, but modifying the name of an already-published trip should not impact available-space values.

    Something to consider. 😉

    in reply to: Inventory: Status Column #22571
    Sakuna
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    @support:

    Thanks and understood.

    I would like to inform users of whether a trip is confirmed or guaranteed to run (or not). Does the current plugin offer this functionality?

    If not, I would like to submit a feature request in which site operators can indicate via the inventory tab a message to users, such as trip confirmed or trip departure guaranteed. This would bring additional value-added to the plugin, offering an even more compelling reason for people to buy this add-on. For users of the plugin, this feature would be extremely beneficial because indicating whether a trip departure is confirmed can impact customer behavior as they travel the sales funnel.

    Thoughts?

    in reply to: Trips Archive: Travel View Mode List #22570
    Sakuna
    Participant

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Trip List Fixed Departure Length: Layout on Tablet #22409
    Sakuna
    Participant

    Hey @support:

    Thanks for the follow up.

    This snippet at these media queries addressed the issue. Looking at the simulated tablet via the customizer, I thought this reflected tablet sizes, not just screen sizes in the ranges provided. Seems the customizer is somewhat misleading.

    Thanks for the solution!

    in reply to: Trip List Fixed Departure Length: Layout on Tablet #22388
    Sakuna
    Participant

    Hey @support:

    Thanks for the follow up.

    I input the CSS you shared, but that broke the layout so I removed the snippet. I failed to included an image of precise issue. Could you take a look at this screenshot to be sure we are on the same page?

    Thanks!

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u9zo3vPLWuelfIqdb232lYQkwRmkADoG/view?usp=sharing

    in reply to: Decimals on Price #22320
    Sakuna
    Participant

    @support:

    Thank you for resolving this issue in 3.1.4. This small detail has such an impact on the layout and “clean” look of some sites, that it turned out to be incredibly important to disable decimals.

    Thanks again!

    in reply to: Translation String: PAX Selector #22318
    Sakuna
    Participant

    @other users:

    These translation issues were resolved in WP Travel 3.1.4.


    @support
    : Thank you for resolving this issue.

    in reply to: Prices and Dates UI Broken on Desktop Safari #22269
    Sakuna
    Participant

    @support:

    Thanks for the follow up. I had overlooked exploring this solution. Issue resolved. Thanks 🙂

    in reply to: Prices and Dates UI Broken on Desktop Safari #22238
    Sakuna
    Participant

    Hey @support:

    Indeed, after having the CSS on the website for 5 days, I discovered it broke the mobile layout on iPhones, so I removed the CSS last night.

    I have tested on Safari desktop with view set to Actual Size on the following devices:
    Macbook Pro 15″
    Macbook Pro 13″
    Macbook Air 11″

    On each device it, the book button is wrapped under the first column as indicated in the Drive link above.

    Thanks

    in reply to: PAX Selector: Padding + Available Seats #22224
    Sakuna
    Participant

    Hey @support:

    Thanks for the follow up.

    I implemented your instructions above but no dice. Additional thoughts?

    Thanks!

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