February 1, 2012 at 2:18 am #5434
When doing a test join I am able to join my affiliate program without first checking that I have read the terms and conditions. I have now tried a bunch of times and see that this is always the case. How do I make it so that people can’t join unless they do in fact check that they have read the terms and conditions?
Thank youFebruary 1, 2012 at 5:13 am #41496
Also, post a link to your signup page.February 1, 2012 at 7:29 pm #41497
here is the sign up page and I’ll run a test for confilicts.
thank youFebruary 2, 2012 at 5:00 am #41498
This post will explain more:
Also, you have a lot of HTML errors on your site (coming from the themes). Check it with this and fix them:
This post is a good read for you:February 2, 2012 at 7:04 am #41499
oh Man. I think I may be in deep trouble here. I just came the affiliate program running which lead to getting the full fillment tracking in analytics and 3 of your products I was excited about but the whole day has been a nightmare trying to get things to work. I can’t even find the /1.6.0/ in the source code of the page. I found this
I know just enough to be dangerous with so many things. Do you reccomend I even try to hack the theme myself and pull the conflict? I’m pretty sure now it is the theme and what’s in there for the sliders. I would prefer being able to launch the affiliate program and have the store working as planned tomorrow over the sliders working. Or do you reccomend doing it right with a new theme. Wish I knew the right questions to ask a week ago. Can’t thank you enough for your patience and help. Totally appreciate your experience and wisdom with how much trouble I’m here.
Thank you again.
JasonFebruary 3, 2012 at 3:53 am #41500
After seeing how many HTML errors there are on this theme, I would recommend you start with a new theme. Even the WordPress’s default themes (twenty ten and twenty eleven) are pretty good. Fixing this many errors will take up a lot of your time and some of them is not really your job to fix (the theme developer should fix those). I personally prefer to use a theme that has clean code so that I am starting from a good point otherwise it tends to waste more of your time from the constant fixing that you have to do.
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