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Here's the product page (only two products so far): http://shyfish.se/wordpress/en/ Note the "a" on the second product. Just one question - on my first test transaction, when I am returned to my site after the paypal transaction all the contents of the basket are still there. When I deleted WooCommerce, I set it to remove everything related from the database as well.However, it looks like there was still something left.I went into Exchange > Settings > Pages I found a bug in WPML that we are fixing. http://trisystech.net/wp-ecommerce/wp-ecommerce-not-working.html

Then when you deactivate and delete the pugin from the WordPress plugin admin, it will delete all WooCommerce data. ...but I already deleted the plugin How do I completely remove Woo I can see someone else had this issue but I can't see the solution? ZedGee @zedgee 3 years, 11 months ago wp-content/plugins/cart66/models/Cart66Cart.php on line 107 Argument 8 of line 107 in Cart66Cart.php is: $optionResult change that to: $optionResult=" That fixes the error. The main reason for this is that the theme was designed for 3.7 or earlier versions of Wp e-Commerce.

Great plug-in. Using the firebug element inspector, inspect the product image. This is very useful for stores where people buy just one product at a time. Did you do something different then when inputting your cart on the page?

I receive the following error when the cart screen comes up: Warning: Missing argument 8 for Cart66Cart::addItem(), called in /home/content/60/10073160/html/wp-content/plugins/cart66-lite/models/Cart66Cart.php on line 76 and defined in /home/content/60/10073160/html/wp-content/plugins/cart66-lite/models/Cart66Cart.php on line 107 Viewing Cheers, Ivy Victoria says: Sorry, to be more specific, the problem is here: http://www.rustykirkpatrick.com/2010/05/up-up-and-away/ Victoria says: I am trying to set up this shopping cart with the variable as follows: [wp_cart:Up You may add the following line in your .htaccess file to show PHP errors if any: php_value display_errors 1 Try that and see if you find something. Ben says: @Hank, also having the same issue as you!

I used the Firefox color lifter add-on. RC Viewing 10 replies - 1 through 10 (of 10 total) The topic ‘[Plugin: WP e-Commerce] Shopping Cart Empty Errors/Pages go blank' is closed to new replies. Ivy says: Hi LeeAnne, I will send you an email regarding this as I will need to take a closer look at your site. Only your host can fix the PHP session problem.

Viewing 8 replies - 1 through 8 (of 8 total) The topic ‘[Resolved] "Add to Cart" not working!' is closed to new replies. Thanks, Elise Back to top Quote MultiQuote Back to Exchange ecommerce plugin Reply to this Topic ATTENTIONIf this topic is marked RESOLVED or INFORMATION, or if you are NOT experiencing EXACTLY Back to top Quote MultiQuote #8 Elise Alley Elise Alley iThemes Support AdministratorsOthers: All Plugins, All Themes, Members, Moderators, Toolkit, Webdesign 6,668 posts LocationOklahoma City, OK Posted 05 November 2014 For example, if the shortcode for your buttons is “[add_to_cart]” you would enter it as: [raw] [add_to_cart] [/raw] And this worked for me!

This way, theme developers can easily manipulate the shopping cart and related pages to match the look and style of their current theme. Thank you! By default none of the checkboxes are checked - this means all the files are still sitting in the plugins folder and that WPEC is still using the default template. I'm not really well versed enough in PHP to properly debug the code, so I'd rather purchase a premium theme I think.

The information will be sent directly to our WPML Compatibility team, please report only of upcoming or existing changes, all other issues coming from a suspected compatibility problem should be reported navigate here Again, thanks Back to top Quote MultiQuote #6 Elise Alley Elise Alley iThemes Support AdministratorsOthers: All Plugins, All Themes, Members, Moderators, Toolkit, Webdesign 6,668 posts LocationOklahoma City, OK Posted 05 I was able to fix it partially, but changing this code to 20% instead of the 45% that it came in as: .custom .format_text input, #commentform input, #commentform textarea { width:20%; Nancy says: Hi there, I have searched and searched for some help with this.

When I log into Paypal on the other computer, my page works too. Thanks, Elise Back to top Quote MultiQuote #19 hermanscheer hermanscheer Advanced Member Members 30 posts Posted 07 November 2014 - 02:04 PM Hi Elise, Okay, I think I got Woo completely Bee says: Hi, I just installed the shopping cart and am wondering how to use the buy button I designed rather than the button called ‘add to cart"? Check This Out Miguel says: Hi, Great job!!!.

The Update Cart, Empty Cart and Checkout buttons are missing. You can view support threads, but not post. Is there a setup step that I have missed?

How can I get them back?

The long answer….use Nirav Mehta's suggestion above in this thread on how to get the php "error" and then fix those php errors and then you should be good to go. Not to worry, you can apply the same techniques in the previous section here the same way. Possibilities WPEC is an extremely versatile e-commerce plugin when it comes to theme development – more so than all the competitors I've seen to date. Simply add the following line in your "footer.php" file to solve this: Add to Cart Button Not Showing in IE This usually happens when the theme has some

Claudia says: Hello! Here's the code I put in: [wp_cart: FFT NB Gingerbreadman:price:9.00:shipping:4.95:end] Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Price of item 1 -$12.00, Price of item 2-$5.00. this contact form Please let me know if you have anymore questions.

If you send me a link to where this is happening I can verify if it is indeed a PHP session issue. First sample off that search button's color. Skip to toolbar About WordPress About WordPress WordPress.org Documentation Support Forums Feedback Search Log In Have you taken the WordPress 2016 Survey yet? We have added a workaround to the eStore plugin to address the cart clearing issue.

Also, when I try to change the Page slug back to just cart and not shopping-cart, it gives me an error of "Please make sure all your page slugs are unique." As I recall they developer of the theme has a forum that actually walks through a fix or at least I remember reading something about that. In this case it is ".default_product_display .imagecol" on line 98. All rights are reserved.

Change the entire rule to [php].single_product_display form.product_form input, #content .single_product_display form.product_form input {padding:4px 8px;margin:0;outline:none;border:none;background-color:#0097A5;cursor:pointer;border-radius:10px;color:#fff;line-height:1.2em;font-size:14px;}[/php] This should give us the same color button as the search. The Price Shows up as $0.00 in the Shopping Cart Make sure you have entered the Price to two decimal places and didn't put any symbols or characters. I can give you the quick and short answer…which you probably don't want to hear but I'd say find another theme that at least is close or consistent with this theme