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Here are 3 problems in PowerStore that need to be addressed

Thread began 8/24/2009 5:42 pm by mick106153 | Last modified 8/28/2009 12:02 pm by mick106153 | 2556 views | 8 replies


On my copy of checkout.php at line 383 there was the following:
(if you have been here before <a href="users_LogIn.php?accesscheck=checkout.php">Log In</a> to save time)<?php echo(ValidatedField("confirm","confirm")); ?>
Attached to the login in the header.

At line 491 was the following:
<div class="text-indent">Is this the wrong account? Please <a href="users_LogIn.php">log in</a> or <a href="users_Registration.php">register</a>.</div>

After reading what Ray said it seemed to me that
"<a href="users_LogIn.php?accesscheck=checkout.php">" as found in the first instance was what he meant so I modified the second instance to read the same.
That made no difference.
Than reading again I saw that you both had "accessCheck" rather than "accesscheck" as it is found in my copy of that page. Thinking that may be the problem I changed case in both locations and still no change. I'm still taken to users_Profile.php


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