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19 September 2009 at 7:24am
I got it working with Paypal. I tested it on the Paypal sandbox, got to the successful payment page on Paypal. When I click on the Return to Store button. It just keep loading and never leave the Paypal page and seem to freeze there. Then, I can no longer access my site with this same browser session (even if I open a new tab). I have to close the browser altogether and open it back again in order to access my Silverstripe site.
I'd appreciate if anyone can tell me how I can fix this.
20 September 2009 at 6:53am
I've been trying to get this ecommerce module installed but keep on hitting a brick wall. I get the error:
There has been an error
The website server has not been able to respond to your request.
This happens everytime I run /dev/build (inc ?flush=1). I have tried installing both ecommerce and payment module seperately and end up with the same result. I'm running SS 2.3.3.
I've run out of ideas as what to do - any help appreciated!
20 September 2009 at 10:21pm
Many thanks - you're a life saver!
I'm a bit of a newbie and wouldn't have thought of that!
22 September 2009 at 9:36am
just got another couple of questions:
1. I'm wanting to remove the cart option as I'm installing the module for a client who hosts parties (i.e. they want to advertise their products, but not sell them via the web) how can I do this as I cannot seem to find the code that controls the "my cart" displaying on the sidebar. Is this possible?
The second question may not be for this forum, but I have put 2 images on the header and nav of the site, and SS is insistant on putting a slight grey line around them - is there any way I can get rid of this?
If you want to see what I mean check out http://www.time4silver.co.uk
22 September 2009 at 9:57am
To get rid of the "my cart" part, you'll need to find the template (.ss) file within the ecommerce templates folder that contains the "my cart" html. Make a copy of it, and put it in your own template directory. Make the necessary changes, and this will override the old template.
As for the images, I don't see any grey line.
2 October 2009 at 4:56am
I apologize if this has already been addressed -
I was very happy to see that this release of the E-Commerce module used jQuery instead of prototype, but blocking all the prototype js in the checkout page also breaks the AJAX validation... is there a plan to add validation via jQuery? For now I've done it manually, but it would be nice if it happened automatically.
2 October 2009 at 8:46am
jhirm: I believe the next version of SS (2.4) aims to use jQuery for validation.
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