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Thanks, the caching problem was not with cache on WordPress but cached pages on CloudFlare.
I made a not to myself to clear this cache after making any changes to the website.
Thanks for the info on entering the data.
I have received the “Wrong Product Price Detected!” twice. I am almost 100% positive that this was caused by a price increase and the user obtaining a cached version of the old webpage. Paypal did get the old price credited to my account and I generated a link so that my customers could download their item.
What does not appear is the records of these 2 sales. I would like the data to be present in the Stats page so I can track monthly earnings and I would like to have the customer data entered.
Is there a method to do this or would I have to enter it manually in the SQL Database?September 3, 2013 at 4:16 pm in reply to: WP eStore Download Methods – Change Encrypted Download Methods #24232
Thanks, I had enabled the logs this is what the log says that it was unable to resolve the path for the www address but did resolve for the real link (/home2/coinslot/…….
OK so I guess that means I need try Amazon S3,September 3, 2013 at 2:37 am in reply to: WP eStore Download Methods – Change Encrypted Download Methods #24230
It might be one of the larger files, though I do have some that are larger. This file contains 5 different PDF files, I have several that are over 50 megs.
No, I have not tried S3 but as mentioned I did move it to a ‘Public’ folder on Dropbox then changed the download link. I get the same problem when generating the encrypted link but if I use the actual link to the file it downloads.
The file appears to download in about 3 seconds, though is 0 length so not working.
Here is a newly generated link, it will expire in 72 hours or 10 attempts
[http://www.coinslots.com/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/wp-cart-for-digital-products/download.php?file=2VvX%2FikEWvWXgKXpgA%3D%3D]September 3, 2013 at 1:03 am in reply to: WP eStore Download Methods – Change Encrypted Download Methods #24228
The zip file is about 32 megs. I normally use Firefox but used Safari to eliminate the possibility of things being stuck in FF cache. I have had others try to down load the file and one gets an error stating that the file is either an unknown format, or is corrupt. He is using IE on Windows Vista.September 2, 2013 at 9:40 pm in reply to: WP eStore Download Methods – Change Encrypted Download Methods #24226
I am having problems with downloading one of my products that is in a .zip format. The file comes down as being 0 bytes. I have followed all of the setup requirements for WP Super Cache and have tried all of the different ( download settings.
Interesting to note that when I use Safari web browser I can see a message that says
As a final attempt I moved that file to my dropbox ‘Public’ folder where it still fails to download. Using the direct link to dropbox works.