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February 14, 2013 at 12:56 am #8570adminKeymaster
- Press the F12 key (from your keyboard)
- Then click on the Console tab
How to Fix The Errors
Test to identify plugin or theme conflicts
Once you find the source, do one of the following to get it fixed:
- The obvious option is to contact the developer who’s theme or plugin has the coding error. This is something that really needs to be fixed in the code where it is broken.
- Alternatively, you could deactivate that plugin or theme and find a better alternative that doesn’t have errors in it.
- If you are a developer yourself then you could use the info provided in the debugger and try to address the coding errors yourself.
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Hi: Thanks for the reply. I ran firebug on firefox and it did not show bad code. I’ve deleted the custom code from another theme. Still have the same problem. The drop down menu in the product displayed appears at the top of the page and not in the box. All products have variations. The transparency seems to be a problem with Fancy 1. Fancy 2 to has the box filled in the background with white. Fancy 1 there was no color totally transparent you could see the background of the page. This would be fine if I could change the text color in Fancy 1 but could not find the code for Fancy 1, only 2. I’ve left one of the products with Fancy 1 so you can see the difference. Please advise and I really appreciate your efforts! DanMarch 4, 2013 at 4:44 am #53835
Hi, Sorry forgot to include the link to the page for the previous post.
[http://www.campjammin.com/4th-july-dreaming-wild-festival/]March 4, 2013 at 11:58 am #53836PeterMember
You have to open the console in your firebug and then refresh/reload the page so the console can load the errors.
FB.getLoginStatus() called before calling FB.init(). (all.js:52)
The frame requesting access set ‘document.domain’ to ‘facebook.com’, but the frame being accessed did not. Both must set ‘document.domain’ to the same value to allow access. (xd_arbiter.php:18)
I’ve put the file names in brackets from where these errors are occurring.
Check your plugins or theme files to see which is responsible for these errors (none of our plugins have any errors).
As a matter of fact you should do the plugin/theme conflict test:
https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/test-to-identy-a-conflicting-theme-or-pluginMarch 6, 2013 at 7:34 am #53837
I’ve disabled all of the plugins and still have the same problem. The products on this page do work properly in the default twenty wordpress themes. The java script errors you mentioned, where are they located and perhaps I can delete them. There is no need for any related facebook code on this page unless it is needed for the eStore cart? Can I hire someone in your staff to correct this? I created new pages and pasted the content for the page from the link below into the new page thinking that perhaps the original page was corrupt but the products on the page with variations had the same problem. The add to cart buttons look correct on the wordpress twenty theme. I can’t believe this is happening, I got about 5 hours into this already. I really don’t want to use a different shopping cart vendor. I’ve got tons of time into learning the eStore cart and love it. Please advise and many thanks for your help on this issue.
[http://www.campjammin.com/dreamin-wild-music-festival/]March 7, 2013 at 1:05 am #53838adminKeymaster
Your theme must have some facebook feature which is incorrectly coded. Please contact your theme developer and mention the errors that Peter stated above. Request the developer to fix his code. You should always get a theme that doesn’t have a whole bunch of coding errors in it. This is a good read for you:
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