I’m experiencing the same issue with the checkout page.
I have the Bricks WooCommerce “Notice” element enabled in the settings and added the notice element to the templates. It seems to work fine on the cart page but does not work on the checkout page.
Thank you for the last update! The error notices are displayed in the right place now.
Unfortunately the coupon code element is still at the top of the page. Is there a way to change the position of this aswell?
Thank you very much!
I did not add an element for the coupon code. It just appears on the page. It is in a div with the class .before-checkout, so I guess it gets added dynamically.
If logged out the “returning customers” box also appears.
I think it was the ‘Have a coupon?’ bar that was making me think the notices were not appearing in the correct place. Shouldn’t ‘Have a coupon?’ be with the notices? If not, how do we set the position of the '‘Have a coupon?’ notification?
Could you please share if there are any planned updates in the upcoming patches to address this?
As already mentioned: the original problem with this report was already solved in Bricks 1.8.4.
The coupon/returning customer “notice” is something completely different and there is no separate report for it yet, which is why the topic has unfortunately gone somewhat unnoticed. However, I have addressed it again within the team so that we have it on the radar.
I apologize for not being more specific earlier. My concern is regarding the lack of styling options for the coupon/returning customer notice. This limitation is causing significant difficulties, as it disrupts the overall design and flow of the checkout process.
I appreciate you discussing this issue with the team.