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Thank you for getting back to me. This could be a future enhancement as the format is great, but not everyone wants to play the entire MP3 (in this case, a musician) and the layout is great, just need to be able to play a shortened version of the MP3 for sale.
I decided to rearrange the display of information on the page using the WYSIWYG editor in WordPress and all of the all of my Add to Cart buttons disappeared completely even though I didn’t work on that section of the page at all. I cleared what was a 100x100px flash placeholder where the buttons were on the page and replaced them with the shortcode for the products, saved the update and all is working now.
I don’t know what happened to change that, but it’s working now and before I reactivate WP Super Cache, I’ll put in the wp-shopping string as per the instructions found here http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/ecommerce/wp-shopping-cart-and-wp-super-cache-workaround-334 to be safe
I am using WP Super Cache and deactivated it, I get the same results.
I haven’t modified the plugin code directly, only display HTML and what is allowed through the settings functions in the plugin itself.
I am leaving the WP Super Cache plugin deactivated for the time being.
Something I didn’t notice initially is that the quantity field is blank when the product comes up in the shopping cart. my eye was drawn to the price and total.
Okay, I appreciate any help you can give.
Any ideas as to what my next step would be? I’ve got a lot loaded in there already, is there anything I can do that won’t affect the products already posted?
The only difference in current configuration is that the live site is using Google Analytics, so there is that extra pice of code in the footer, but when I ftp’ed the staging site footer over, that footer didn’t have that piece and wasn’t showing the price variations either.
I switched to the Default theme and there was no change in the functionality, so it doesn’t appear to be the theme.
I’ll do that later tonight, since the site is live and don’t want to make a major change like that during regular business hours. I’ll let you know the results.
I tried the next best thing during this time. Since the Dev… or really Staging might be a better term for it and the production site are both using the same theme, I ftp’ed the footer.php from the staging site that works to the production site. There was no change in functionality.
I’ll keep you updated when I have more info.
Thank you for your response.
I think it’s the location of your php.ini file. You should probably contact Bluehost to confirm, but I believe you want the php.ini file in your public_html directory.