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December 2, 2012 at 1:53 pm in reply to: eStore – customer receives confirmation email, but download links are broken #51693
I have a popular product that has 8 parts for downloads. After recently installing Total Cache plugin, download links generated for 4 of 5 zip files stopped working and an error for file not found occurred. links worked prior to using total cache. PDF files still downloaded acceptably.
I’ve used the settings as indicated in the documentation, but never got the downloads to work until I diabled total cache plugin.
Also I updated estore plugin and changed to shortener and links work again.
The only other complaint I’m getting is that the click on the download link takes nearly a half a minute to bring up the save as dialog for a 25MB zip download. Smaller PDF files dialog comes up much quicker. I host the files on a different server than my site. Is there anything that can be done to get a faster dialog action?
I’ve warned my customers in the emails and download page.May 23, 2011 at 11:58 pm in reply to: import CSV file into wp estore with additional custom fields #31844
Thanks for the validation. Looking forward to your video.May 22, 2011 at 8:12 pm in reply to: import CSV file into wp estore with additional custom fields #31842
Just getting started and need to use the import CSV for large product list.
Comparing the text file provided with the WP CSV to DB Plugin and the DB observed with phpMyAdmin the following fields are not in the text file but are in the DB:
If I understand your comment correctly
1. I can add these to the text file names and paste in WP CSV to DB Step 1 – Database Column Name box.
2. Add the data to my CSV file. And this data will upload as well.
I’m not much on using the DB, so I’ll be uploading a large product list and only want to make sure I can reduce the number of tweaks after it is upload.
If I add additional products via upload, It will only upload new products, It will not or can not override existing products, is that correct?
Is there any development to make the importer more robust to be able to edit my offline file to update on a mass scale? Or to edit the products by making changes more like a spreadsheet process rather than one product at a time.
Ask this because I don’t want to give my assistant access to the cpanel section of the host, to many things that could go wrong, so would like to control product changes in a master sheet. Any thoughts on the quickest easiest way to do this?
Thanks for your consideration.