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December 27, 2014 at 7:14 pm in reply to: WP eStore – php error when trying to check out on my site #67633
Thank you very much for all of your help!December 27, 2014 at 4:11 am in reply to: WP eStore – php error when trying to check out on my site #67631
THANK YOU so much. That seems to have resolved the problem. I also have wp estore installed for another client, and it looks like she is having the same error popping up. However, she does not have www. before her url. However, she does have http:// before the url; would that cause the same problem? Will the fix be the same in this case?
Thanks so much!December 26, 2014 at 1:06 am in reply to: WP eStore – php error when trying to check out on my site #67629
Hi there, and thanks so much for your response! The site is listed at “http://www.ahaherb.com” under both options (wordpress url and site url). Hmmm. Do you have any ideas about how to solve this?
Thanks so much!December 25, 2014 at 2:17 am in reply to: WP eStore – php error when trying to check out on my site #67627
Sorry to post again so soon but I thought I would add:
Just to see if it would work, I updated the wp estore plug in, but no luck. My host double checked the php and looked for any integration problems with other plug ins, but everything looks fine. I am totally stumped here!
Thanks in advance for any help you might have.December 25, 2014 at 1:42 am in reply to: WP eStore – php error when trying to check out on my site #67626
Hi there! Thank you so much for your post but, unfortunately, that did not solve the problem:( Any other ideas?
Thanks again!!!October 1, 2013 at 12:40 am in reply to: Adding coupon to one item only (conditional discount coupon) #58018
Oh my, how did I miss that one? THANK YOU!
Thanks so much admin! I’ve submitted a request for an updated wp estore.
I just had one question. The second instruction for updating is to “Unzip and upload all the new files using your FTP client (example, FileZilla) overwriting the existing eStore plugin files.” So in other words, I can’t upload the zip file to the pluggin directory through the wordpress backend, yes? I’m just not sure how to overwrite the files using Filezilla–will simply dragging the new files into the pluggin directory do the trick?
Sorry, I’m not as adept at the technical aspects of this. Please advise. Thank you!
Hi there, and thank you for your response.
I’ve run down all the plug ins; it looks like the problem goes away when either wp estore is deactivated or Paid Membership Pro.
However, in the error log, the only error I am getting is from wp-estore.
I’ve contacted the developer for Paid Membership Pro and they said that the error is probably coming from wp estore. I’m hoping you have a solution for this. Help please!