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June 10, 2011 at 6:41 pm in reply to: Your shopping cart is empty" error while checking out through PayPal #33210
Yea, it’s frustrating. He says he buys stuff via PayPal all the time.
So I’m stuck!
Thanks for sharing your experience.
JOhn…June 10, 2011 at 5:21 pm in reply to: Your shopping cart is empty" error while checking out through PayPal #33208
OK, so I had him send me a screen shot of hist security settings in Safari and they are set Always accept cookies.
He’s tried it on 2 different computer (safari and firefox), his ipad, iphone and all get the same result. He even tried it off his network thinking the router was doing something, but same result….
So I am stumped!
Is there anything else to try or look for?
I suspect there are others out there in the same boat.
John…June 10, 2011 at 3:45 pm in reply to: Your shopping cart is empty" error while checking out through PayPal #33207
Yea I have the same results you do. That’s why I’m baffled!
Thanks for confirming that it seems to be specific to him. Although he said he’s tried using Safari and Firefox on an iMac, iPad, and iPhone. He said he gets the error on all devices.
I will ask him to let me know what cookie security settings he’s using.
I’ll let you know what I discover.
JOhn…June 10, 2011 at 3:25 am in reply to: Your shopping cart is empty" error while checking out through PayPal #33205
Here ya go:
>> Please post a link to your product page and I will do some investigation.
It worked on two different Mac computers in my house. I called a friend and he tried it on his windows computer and the Paypal worked.
So I’m not sure what else I can do?
Thanks for any help,
Thanks that worked. I also reviewed the docs.Once again I failed to see the php section towards the bottom of the squeeze page article.
So again I missed it. Ayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!
Appreciate your help,
If this works it’s another example of missing some very mall tag enclosure. A video would really help. Which is where you guys shine!
I’ll let you know if this works. Fingers crossed.
If you need to see what I’m talking about look at this page:
scroll down on the right side to the last widget in the sidebar.
The site is a continuing work in progress so keep that in mind.
OK, I have read and tried all ideas and I get the same result.
I have added the plugin PHP Widgetify. I’ve drag & dropped the widget into the sidebar area. I’ve added the short code:
[wp_eStore_free_download_ajax:product_id:5:end] (actually I tried both the Ajax and normal versions)
I have a product setup with a download link, etc.
And I continue to get the short code displayed.
Also, when the Squeeze article says: “Don’t forget to fill the ‘Button Image URL’ field when you add the product. this image will be shown as the ‘download now/Get Now’ button. The plugin comes with a download button (download_icon.png) that is stored in the images directory of the plugin”
If it already has a default button do I need to add one? I haven’t!
If someone could put togther a video showing the complete process it would save a lot of time!
Thanks, I’ll review and fingers crossed. Did I say again how great the product is? But more importantly is the support and excellent documentation. I love the short and to the point videos that accompany most aspects of these tools.
I figured it out
For future references for others here’s how I resolved it. Make sure you copy the link form S3 and then you need to reformt it the way eStore requires it. So…
Instead of this (example only):
https://s3.amazonaws.com/bucket/folder/object (which is the way it is in Amazon)
Just like the docs say.
> The 2 most common errors are…
> 1. Bucket name contains an upper case letter.
> 2. Bucket or folder name contains a space.
I’m aware of this but there are no spaces and no uppercase letters.
> P.S. What is the URI you used in the product URL?