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OK that’s fine. Thanks for the quick response and explanation.
Yes, I’ve already got a page with links to each week’s content, and have protected the pages as you detail above. This works fine but I was just wondering if there was a “go back to current week” bit of code available (i.e. checks logged-on user’s membership level and redirects them to the page associated with that membership level). If not, I’ll keep with the current process.
That would make more sense and definately save having to expect the user to check the box. I have been into my php.ini file and changed the session timeout value so I will see if that makes a difference. Thank you for getting back.
Update: Got the web host to fix the PHP session and now its fine. Thanks.
What about if my customer doesnt check ‘remember me’? Is there any way I can do this in the code as thats not really a solution?January 21, 2010 at 2:03 pm in reply to: Paypal and IE8 "Sorry, an error occurred after you clicked the last link" #17383
Yes, I had started to come round to that way of thinking. I’ll have a look at my setup and reconfigure it. When I do, is it ok for me to temporarily have the eStore plugin on http://essexrubbishremoval.co.uk AND the new (http://www.garyhobbs.co.uk) site, whilst I copy over the settings from one site to the other? (I don’t want to infringe any license agreement but don’t want to reconfigure my eStore setup from scratch).
GaryJanuary 20, 2010 at 9:54 am in reply to: Paypal and IE8 "Sorry, an error occurred after you clicked the last link" #17381
Oh, sorry I forgot to say that your link (http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/products) worked fine – that’s how I bought this product in the first placeJanuary 20, 2010 at 9:51 am in reply to: Paypal and IE8 "Sorry, an error occurred after you clicked the last link" #17380
Hi, thanks for responding quickly. The problem seems to arise when you go to my website via http://www.garyhobbs.co.uk (which is how most users will) and chose the page from the menu (It’s About You Online; Articles), whereas go directly to http://essexrubbishremoval.co.uk/garyhobbs/its-about-you-online/articles and it works. I thought this could be a problem with URL masking on secure sites (like Paypal) but I am able to link to Paypal successfully via http://www.garyhobbs.co.uk by using buttons produced by Paypal’s Website Payments Standard pages, which confused me even further.
(BTW I mentioned the add product to cart not always working as I thought this might be related to this other issue. Would you like this raised as a separate post to keep it easier for your forum searches?)