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March 14, 2014 at 3:34 pm in reply to: Cannot send session cache limiter – headers already sent #61575
OK, thanks! I wonder if there was a PHP upgrade in the background on the server. I’ll check to se if the host has update logs.January 23, 2013 at 7:24 pm in reply to: "Undefined variable" errors on eStore page when using WordPress debugger #53277
That seems to have worked! Thanks a bunch! I’m not getting those errors anymore.
One related question – Does the plugin not have a notification in WordPress when it needs updating? My plugins section in WordPress did not indicate an update was needed. How can I know when a new update is available? Thanks!
MichaelJanuary 22, 2013 at 5:10 pm in reply to: "Undefined variable" errors on eStore page when using WordPress debugger #53275
Here are some additional errors – These are from my error_log and look different than what’s above. I did remove the customer info from the line that included it for customer privacy but I indicated what was on that line.
Thanks again for looking… MichaelJanuary 17, 2013 at 11:32 pm in reply to: Is there a way to ban specific customers in WP e-store? #52956
OK, Thanks, Peter. I’ll block through htaccess. Thanks!
MichaelOctober 11, 2012 at 3:40 pm in reply to: eStore – "Internet Explorer cannot download download.php" #48585
Thanks, WZP! I did have the GZip compression on but it’s off now. Does that mean it’s not likely I need to leave the htaccess change I applied above? Can I undo that?
MichaelOctober 8, 2012 at 10:18 pm in reply to: eStore – "Internet Explorer cannot download download.php" #48583
Yes, I am using a caching plugin – W3 Total Cache
I have not manually modified my .htaccess file in the root folder to add gzip option for my content. Should I?
Following a trail of posts from wzp, I added the following to my htaccess:
<FilesMatch ".(?i:pdf)$"><br />
ForceType application/octet-stream<br />
Header set Content-Disposition attachment<br />
Should that work? The reason I was unsure about the other solutions is that other commenters on those posts seemed to say the various solutions in other posts didn’t work in all scenarios, but I don’t have enough computers to test all of the current versions of every browser. If the code above does what I think it does, it seems like the most likely to work. We NEVER need readers to open pdf files in a browser directly from our site.
Also, sorry for the OT, but is there a way to receive notifications of new comments to forum posts? I didn’t realize there were responses.
MichaelJune 18, 2012 at 7:49 pm in reply to: eStore – Custom Add To Cart not using theme submit #46160
Thanks a bunch! Don’t know how many times I passed right over that!May 21, 2012 at 6:44 pm in reply to: Commission reporting issue – shipping included in total sales amount #44970
Thank you! I was able to customize it this way.
Hmmm… I tried that, but the button I’m working with is actually the .eStore_paypal_checkout_button
I added the following to .eStore_paypal_checkout_button and now it looks right and works:
I modified the download.php file in WP eStore to customize the error message and then customers started receiving a syntax error message. I believe that the problem is that I used an apostrophe for a contraction “We’re sorry” because when I viewed it in Taco, the text color changed at that point. I fixed that but I’d just like to confirm – the @ sign in the text of the error message (for an e-mail address) won’t cause a problem, right?
MichaelMay 15, 2012 at 6:20 pm in reply to: Blocking international orders for shippable products #44217
OK… Bummer. We already have that notice, but they order anyway and it requires manual intervention to undo them. Our goal was to automate more and reduce manual intervention…
Thanks for the info…
MichaelMay 15, 2012 at 6:06 pm in reply to: Commission reporting issue – shipping included in total sales amount #44968
I assume I could add it to the reporting page template near the number.
The reason it’s a problem is that our affiliates are only accustomed to selling e-books, so seeing the shipping included in the total makes it look like we’re shorting them commissions. S there’s no way for me to modify it so the total dosplayed doesn’t include the shipping? Maybe using your $total-$shipping somewhere on the page that generates the order total display?
P.S. We bought the software with my wife’s e-mail account, but I need to post to the forum. Is there any way to change the e-mail address associated with our account? Thanks!May 15, 2012 at 5:59 pm in reply to: Entire commission is subtracted when partial refund is issued #44972
Not many. Over 3 months, we might do a dozen or so. For the particular order where I noticed it, we had made 2 partial refunds on the same order, so the commission was refunded twice. I guess now that I know, I can just audit the refunds before making affiliate payments… I’m just trying to automate as much as possible.