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Upgrading to WP WooCommerce plugin 8.6.0 causes product page showing blank content for unauthenticated users

Upgrading to WP WooCommerce plugin 8.6.0 causes product page showing blank content for unauthenticated users in this blood post, I share you the fix to resolve this issue.

Upgrading to WP WooCommerce plugin 8.6.0 causes product page showing blank content for unauthenticated users

Update: WooCommerce updated the plug-in to 8.6.1 and resolved the issue!

Woo is the short name for WooCommerce.

Upgrading to WP WooCommerce plugin 8.6.0 causes product page showing blank content for unauthenticated users in this blood post, I share you the fix to resolve this issue.
Screenshots

If someone wasn’t logged in like a guest, or non-admin, it would show blank. See the below screenshot. Notice under the header no product info, etc.

Upgrading to WP WooCommerce plugin 8.6.0 causes product page showing blank content for unauthenticated users in this blood post, I share you the fix to resolve this issue.
Screenshot showing the missing product info on the product page

If you were an authorized user and logged in, you would see it normal and wouldn’t even have the idea that you had an issue. See the screenshot below. Notice it shows the product info.

Upgrading to WP WooCommerce plugin 8.6.0 causes product page showing blank content for unauthenticated users in this blood post, I share you the fix to resolve this issue.
Screenshot showing the product info on the product page (correct way)

So I went into one of the Facebook groups and asked and a lot people said it was acing issue, but that was not my case.

My host told me it was my theme, but there was not yet because it was doing it just recently. But it did work changing the theme to a default Woocommerce theme.

So another person posted in the Facebook group about another way to fix it …

Basically Woocommerce 8.6.0 has a bug in it that has causing it. I did a rollback to blue commerce 8.5.2 and it is working again. This is the link that was shared so you can learn more:

https://github.com/woocommerce/woocommerce/issues/44679

It does take a lot of work to use a new theme and reset it up to how you like it and all that but that is an option if you do not want to rollback.

If you recently updated your Woocommerce to 8.6.0 you might want to check your site logged out to see if this bug has affected you.

To throw back your plug-in. You may need the rollback plug-in on your site.

You might have to wait until they fix the bug to reuse the latest version of Woocommerce. If you need the new version, then you’ll have to switch your thing to one that will work. Which WooCommerce claims is aware and working on the fix.

As always, don’t forget to back up before doing any rollback, upgrading, etc.


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