September 26, 2010 at 12:51 am #20677mindipMember
I ran into the same problem with W3 cache not allowing files to download in IE… Was there ever a resolution for this?September 26, 2010 at 1:45 am #20678
Hi Mindip, yeah there was a bug in W3 Total Cache with the gzip compression. So either upgrade to the latest version of the W3 Total Cache or uncheck the “Enable HTTP (gzip) compression” option from the “Browser Cache” settings of that plugin.
Let me know how you go. Btw, did Mark figure out the other issue? I never received a reply from him on the issue where you get a 404 when accessing a PHP script.September 26, 2010 at 3:10 am #20679mindipMember
Thanks Amin, I had the latest version but unchecking enable http fixed the error.
Yes, Mark figured out it was a permission issue that was causing all the problems…
Thanks for your helpSeptember 30, 2010 at 1:09 am #20680besttherapyMember
I changed to using the W3 total cache, huge differences in load times.
Would just add one JS at a time and test….June 16, 2011 at 9:01 pm #20681georgecMember
Having trouble adding products with the W3 plugin installed. I disabled W3 and no prob. I set everything up according to the info in the original post here.June 17, 2011 at 1:47 am #20682
You can’t add products to your database from the admin side or you can’t add product to the shopping cart as a site visitor? What version of eStore and W3 total cache plugin do you have? Please post a link to your site.July 14, 2011 at 5:12 am #20683Art MunsonMember
Any problem using CloudFlare with eMember?July 15, 2011 at 12:10 am #20684
Not that I know of.July 25, 2011 at 4:03 pm #20685IlluminatorLadyMember
I was just informed by a customer that she had trouble purchasing multiple products on my site http://www.heart-of-fire-illuminators.com/.
After some investigation it seems there is some sort of conflict with W3 Total Cache. When I turn page caching off it works fine. When I turn page caching on it looks like you are only ordering 1 product and you can’t add any more.
I have added: ap_id
in the Rejected Cookies field.
This was working the last time I checked so it must be a a result of somebody’s upgrade. I am running the latest versions of WP 3.2.1,Thesis 1.6, and W3 Total Cache 0.9.2.3
I have page caching turned on now if you want to check it out.
LisaJuly 26, 2011 at 3:55 am #20686
The cookie value is there but for some reason its not picking it up. I have made some minor adjustments to the eStore plugin to cater for this. Lets see if it helps… please download a new build of eStore from here then test it out after you clear your browser cookies:
Let me know how it goes.July 27, 2011 at 1:37 pm #20687IlluminatorLadyMember
I just updated the eStore Plugin and it fixed the caching problem.
However, now my product images aren’t displayed with a lightbox with this upgrade…
I will start a new thread for this issue.
Thank you very much,
LisaAugust 4, 2011 at 10:37 pm #20688mmdsMember
Hi there! I installed the plugin, got the warning, and was directed to come here. Very cool!
The only problem is that when trying to follow the solution (this thread) you say to [em]add the following in the “Rejected Cookies” field of the “Page Cache Settings” menu[/em].
I don’t have any fields in my Page Cache Settings! It says Page Cache with “Enable” (check!) and Page Cache Method (“Disc (Enhanced)” is selected). I’ve only got one other option which is Basic to select. So there is no place for me to put in the rejected cookies: no other fields, no dropdowns, no options. Very confusing and I can’t get the warning to go away until I do something about this.
Is there a file I can manually update somewhere? Thanks so much for any help and tips!August 4, 2011 at 10:40 pm #20689mmdsMember
I see it now – there’s actually two sections, one in the main plugin area and another in the menubar on the left I saw it about 2 seconds after I posted! Tried to delete it but it’s not showing up – Admin, please delete my two posts! THANK YOU!September 3, 2011 at 6:41 pm #20690tom456Member
I have tried to install wp total cache and am not even able to install it as I am receiving this fatal error?
‘Sorry, AWeber Web Forms requires PHP 5.2 or higher. Please deactivate AWeber Web Forms’.
Obviously I dont want to lose my aweber features and wondered if you can kindly advise what I can do?
Many thanksSeptember 3, 2011 at 11:43 pm #20691adminKeymaster
To me the obvious thing to guess about this error is that… your server is using an older version of PHP and the plugin requires v5.2 or higher. So upgrading your server’s PHP version should help.
However, this is not related to any of our plugins so its best not to take my advise. Please contact the developer of the plugin who should know more.
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