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WooCommerce purchase page add-to-cart with quantity and AJAX, by customising the add-to-cart template in the WooCommerce loop. See blog post for details: http://snippets.webaware.com.au/snippets/woocommerce-add-to-cart-with-quantity-and-ajax/
<?php
/**
* Loop Add to Cart -- with quantity and AJAX
* requires associated JavaScript file qty-add-to-cart.js
*
* @link http://snippets.webaware.com.au/snippets/woocommerce-add-to-cart-with-quantity-and-ajax/
* @link https://gist.github.com/mikejolley/2793710/
*/
// add this file to folder "woocommerce/loop" inside theme
global $product;
if( $product->get_price() === '' && $product->product_type != 'external' ) return;
// script for add-to-cart with qty
wp_enqueue_script('qty-add-to-cart', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/js/qty-add-to-cart.js', array('jquery'), '1.0.1', true);
?>
<?php if ( ! $product->is_in_stock() ) : ?>
<a href="<?php echo get_permalink($product->id); ?>" class="button"><?php echo apply_filters('out_of_stock_add_to_cart_text', __('Read More', 'woocommerce')); ?></a>
<?php else : ?>
<?php
switch ( $product->product_type ) {
case "variable" :
$link = get_permalink($product->id);
$label = apply_filters('variable_add_to_cart_text', __('Select options', 'woocommerce'));
break;
case "grouped" :
$link = get_permalink($product->id);
$label = apply_filters('grouped_add_to_cart_text', __('View options', 'woocommerce'));
break;
case "external" :
$link = get_permalink($product->id);
$label = apply_filters('external_add_to_cart_text', __('Read More', 'woocommerce'));
break;
default :
$link = esc_url( $product->add_to_cart_url() );
$label = apply_filters('add_to_cart_text', __('Add to cart', 'woocommerce'));
break;
}
//printf('<a href="%s" rel="nofollow" data-product_id="%s" class="button add_to_cart_button product_type_%s">%s</a>', $link, $product->id, $product->product_type, $label);
if ( $product->product_type == 'simple' ) {
?>
<form action="<?php echo esc_url( $product->add_to_cart_url() ); ?>" class="cart" method="post" enctype='multipart/form-data'>
<?php woocommerce_quantity_input(); ?>
<button type="submit" data-quantity="1" data-product_id="<?php echo $product->id; ?>"
class="button alt ajax_add_to_cart add_to_cart_button product_type_simple"><?php echo $label; ?></button>
</form>
<?php
} else {
printf('<a href="%s" rel="nofollow" data-product_id="%s" class="button add_to_cart_button product_type_%s">%s</a>', $link, $product->id, $product->product_type, $label);
}
?>
<?php endif; ?>
/*!
script for WooCommerce add to cart with quantity, via AJAX
Author: support@webaware.com.au
Author URI: http://snippets.webaware.com.au/
License: GPLv2 or later
Version: 1.0.1
*/
// @link http://snippets.webaware.com.au/snippets/woocommerce-add-to-cart-with-quantity-and-ajax/
// @link https://gist.github.com/mikejolley/2793710/
// add this file to folder "js" inside theme
jQuery(function ($) {
/* when product quantity changes, update quantity attribute on add-to-cart button */
$("form.cart").on("change", "input.qty", function() {
if (this.value === "0")
this.value = "1";
$(this.form).find("button[data-quantity]").data("quantity", this.value);
});
/* remove old "view cart" text, only need latest one thanks! */
$(document.body).on("adding_to_cart", function() {
$("a.added_to_cart").remove();
});
});
@ablears
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ablears commented Apr 2, 2020

Unfortunately, this no longer works with Woo 4.0.1 - the quantity sent is always 1.

@danmeade
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danmeade commented Apr 27, 2020

Can confirm that this is no longer working with Woo 4.*

@JamboMedia
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JamboMedia commented May 4, 2020

Yes, not working anymore after upgrade. Hope there will be a fix soon.

@mr-biggleswirth
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mr-biggleswirth commented May 11, 2020

After Woo 4.0+, I've found that adjusting the JS to the following does the trick:

$(".button.product_type_simple.add_to_cart_button.ajax_add_to_cart").on('click', function() { var $button = $(this); $button.attr('data-quantity', $button.parent().find('input.qty').val()); });

Using .data() is apparently the wrong thing to use in this case, according to the docs.

Using the data() method to update data does not affect attributes in the DOM. To set a data-* attribute value, use attr.

So instead, we are explicitly updating the data-quantity attribute to the input value using .attr().

@JamboMedia
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JamboMedia commented May 11, 2020

Many thanks! It works :)

@mnb546
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mnb546 commented Sep 29, 2020

After Woo 4.0+, I've found that adjusting the JS to the following does the trick:

$(".button.product_type_simple.add_to_cart_button.ajax_add_to_cart").on('click', function() { var $button = $(this); $button.attr('data-quantity', $button.parent().find('input.qty').val()); });

Using .data() is apparently the wrong thing to use in this case, according to the docs.

Using the data() method to update data does not affect attributes in the DOM. To set a data-* attribute value, use attr.

So instead, we are explicitly updating the data-quantity attribute to the input value using .attr().

Not sure why, but this worked until I updated Woo in September 2020. Now the quantity I set doesn't reflect on cart. Instead only 1 product is added.

EDIT: For me it was necessary to add another parent() function.

$(".button.product_type_simple.add_to_cart_button.ajax_add_to_cart").on('click', function() { var $button = $(this); $button.attr('data-quantity', $button.parent().parent().find('input.qty').val()); });

@inspiredearth
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inspiredearth commented Nov 10, 2020

After Woo 4.0+, I've found that adjusting the JS to the following does the trick:

$(".button.product_type_simple.add_to_cart_button.ajax_add_to_cart").on('click', function() { var $button = $(this); $button.attr('data-quantity', $button.parent().find('input.qty').val()); });

Using .data() is apparently the wrong thing to use in this case, according to the docs.

Using the data() method to update data does not affect attributes in the DOM. To set a data-* attribute value, use attr.

So instead, we are explicitly updating the data-quantity attribute to the input value using .attr().

Are you saying you replaced the following from the js file, with the code you've provided?

   $("form.cart").on("change", "input.qty", function() {
        if (this.value === "0")
            this.value = "1";

        $(this.form).find("button[data-quantity]").data("quantity", this.value);
    });

@arenonana
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arenonana commented Dec 28, 2020

i'm using Woocommerce 4.8 and i got this:
" Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function get_price() on null "

@Oliviercreativ
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Oliviercreativ commented Apr 20, 2021

Hello,
I was wondering if it was possible when you click on the "-" button (in my archive page) that removes the quantity of the product in the cart (in ajax)?

I want to reproduce the same system as in the basket, add or delete the ajax quantities with the minus and the plus.

Do you have an idea please?

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