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July 31, 2018 at 4:58 pm in reply to: eStore – Invalid Regular period. You must specify valid values for the A3, P3, a #75848
Although I didn’t change anything, it seems to be working now. Thanks for your help.July 30, 2018 at 6:58 pm in reply to: eStore – Invalid Regular period. You must specify valid values for the A3, P3, a #75846
1. The shortcode I am using is [wp_eStore_subscribe_button id=141]
2. Those fields are NOT empty. For the product number above, the recurring billing amount is 333.00 and the Recurring billing cycle is 1 month and the recurring billing count is 2.
As I said, this problem occurred spontaneously. Everything was working fine, then things quit working and we started getting this error. As a result, it isn’t likely a shortcode problem or a product set up problem. Which I said in my original post.
I’m been using eStore for years and no both how to set up products and how to look for easy mistakes. I’ve already tried all of the easy stuff, including updating the plugin. If you haven’t already aware of what changed recently to prompt this error, you’ll probably need to login to our site to troubleshoot this. Let me know and I’ll send you login info.July 29, 2018 at 3:35 am in reply to: eStore – Invalid Regular period. You must specify valid values for the A3, P3, a #75844
I’m getting this same error.
Invalid Regular period. You must specify valid values for the A3, P3, and T3 parameters for a subscription.
My subscription buttons were working just fine and then suddenly they aren’t now, so I don’t think it’s a problem with how I have the product set up in eStore or my button code.
The image that I have in my product settings isn’t displaying either, so it would seem to be an issue with eStore itself.
Here’s the page with the problem:
I updated the website’s theme, a plugin that had an update pending, and updated eStore to the most recent version Usually one of these steps will fix issues that come up out of the blue like this… it didn’t this time. I hope you can help figure it out. Thanks.September 26, 2014 at 5:54 pm in reply to: eStore: Customizing color for input fields on checkout page #65656
That code worked, thanks.
I didn’t need the css plugin as the theme has an option for adding custom CSS. I just added it there and it worked beautifully.
Thanks for your support.September 25, 2014 at 4:50 pm in reply to: eStore: Customizing color for input fields on checkout page #65654
I just discovered you have a free Braintree integration plugin available now:
1. This doesn’t seem to integrate with eStore but just allow you to add buy buttons that link to Braintree. As a result, you can’t subscribe someone to a mailing list. Nor can you offer someone the option of paying by paypal or credit card via braintree.
2. When you click the “buy now” button, the fields to enter your credit card appear on the same page. Unless all of your sales pages are protected under a SSL certificate, this would leave the customer’s credit card information unprotected.
Is this the only integration with Braintree that you plan to offer? Or can I go ahead and pay for an integration that will actually integrate with eStore?
It worked! Thanks guys. I’ll be using this solution with a few of my clients who want the font larger.
I don’t have a problem reading the items in the cart either, but the target market is postmenopausal women, many who have “old” eyes and difficulty seeing small print.
How about 16px? The names of each product shouldn’t be terribly long, so I think it would maximize readability without compromising layout/display.
Okay, so I switched MailChimp accounts and the shopping cart worked — subscribed the buyer to the correct list.
Now that we know that the problem is likely with the original mailchimp account, how do we correct it?
Note: we did not have any odd characters in the name of the list. I had tried that fairly obvious option early in my troubleshooting — even went for so far as to use just one name without any punctuation or spaces — still nothing.
I tried the shortcode to display thumbnails and it looked awful. The images weren’t centered. Is there an optimal size to use for thumnails?
Here’s the checkout page that we’d like to increase the font size on:
Her default font size doesn’t seem to be this small.
thanks for the help!
Already checked that. Even created a new API key and tried that. No go. Other suggestions?
It turned out to be a faulty php.ini file that was migrated over from the old host. Deleting that fixed it. Thanks for your help.
Here’s a sales page:
No caching plugin.
I have about 20 clients who are all using eStore (all bought their own liscenses) and I could get most (maybe all) to add Braintree as their merchant account if an integration was available.
Please do it.
Also, Braintree just announced that they are partnering with Paypal (they will remain a completely separate company). As a result, more and more people will be hearing about them. It would be in your best interest to capture some of that market. Hint, hint.
PS. I use Braintree with Freshbooks to bill my clients and LOVE them!September 4, 2013 at 3:32 pm in reply to: eMember – Upgrade to New Membership Level while logged in #55715