I’m going to need some more information in order to help you.
Do you have a link to your website ?
If no, can you open your navigator’s console (Press F12 > console tab) and tell me if there is any error when you choose the date ?
Do you have the latest version of WooCommerce Easy Booking ?
No, actually the first available date is the number of days after the current day.
I’ll give you an example, it will be easier 🙂
We’re on December 21st, if you set 5, the first available date will be : December 21st + 5 days = December 26th.
I hope I’m being clear 🙂
No, it’s not possible. The thing is when you add an option to your product, it changes its price. And the price calculation is made when you select the dates, so you need to re-select the dates after adding or removing an option (in order to calculate the new price).
I’ll see if I can do something about this in the next update, but I’m not sure.
I already have a Spanish translation made by another user, but it might not be complete or up-to-date. Please send me an email at email@example.com and I’ll send it to you 🙂
Just answered by email 🙂
Ok I see, but for the moment this is not possible.
I need to see if I can pass through the minimum booking duration before getting the disabled dates but it’s complicated, maybe in a future update.
I think I’ve seen someone with this error before, but I don’t remember how we fixed it… 🙂
There is apparently no issue on my installation or on the demo.
Does it happen only with variable products ?
Did you uncheck the “Bookable” option on the parent product AND all the variations ?
Be careful to uncheck the option on the variation before you do it on the parent product (because then the checkbox disappears on the variation, but the value is not updated in the database for the variation).
Well, apparently I don’t see anything wrong.
You have a 10 day minimum booking duration and as Mondays and Sundays are disabled, you can only choose 5 days booking duration, so something is wrong in the configuration and you can’t choose the end date. Do you see what I mean ?
So, you either have to set the minimum booking duration to something under 5 days, or disable Mondays / Sundays only on the start calendar.
I don’t know if I’m being clear.
It should be ok, you can try the demo again 🙂
I’m working on it, it’s not that complicated actually. It should be released in a few days. I can tell you if you want to try the demo again when the update is done 🙂
Could you be more precise and if possible give me a concrete example of the issue (a screenshot if possible) ? It’s hard to understand 🙂
I think (I might be wrong) you didn’t understand how the plugin works. You can’t have a disabled date inside the booking period.
It answers your second question, for example, if you disable Sundays, you can’t book something from Monday to the next Tuesday as Sunday is disabled. You can only book from Monday to Saturday. I don’t know if this answers your question.
Edit: I’m thinking of adding an option to disable the day / date only on the start or on the end calendar. Which I think would solve your issue, but it will take some time to develop.
I’ve just sent it 🙂
I’m not sure to understand exactly what you need, could you be more precise ? 🙂
Isn’t this something with WooCommerce itself rather than my plugin ? I mean it’s not managing the orders, WooCommerce is (but I might have missunderstood your question).
Your license key is on the order confirmation you received 🙂
I can send it to you if you can find it.
Could you download the plugin again from your account ?
Because I’ve just released an update earlier today (1.1.1) where I fixed the license key system for multisites.
If you can’t find it, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you the latest version tomorrow morning.
Also, don’t forget to update Easy Booking to 1.7.6.
Although, the plugin should work. The only issue was with the license key which is used only for the updates.
The plugin is then used on the sites, not the network itself.
If it’s not clear, I’ll help you further tomorrow morning.
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