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How to send a form on page load

Thread began 5/01/2015 11:11 am by s.joiner74419001 | Last modified 5/11/2015 7:29 pm by s.joiner74419001 | 1381 views | 20 replies

s.joiner74419001

Ray, Ive had an extremely frustrating day trying to get this payment system to work.
Firstly, after creating the pages with the checkout wizard first thing this morning. I came to an issue with the form on the checkout page ( incidentally i don't need this form because our product is a service and nothing is being shipped plus the user has already complete a membership form. Can I avoid using this form?) The issue is with the validation which has phone number and postcode not accepting UK values. This is crazy as there was nowhere to configure this in the wizard.

I just wanted to test the cart and didnt want to have to start diving in and manually configuring validation to a form I don't need.

I deleted the pages and started again and now the add to cart behaviour does not seem to be working. You may remember I am adding the behaviour to the application page and the trigger being the form submit button. But after adding it the page does not load in the browser. Ive tried changing the order of the PHP scripts, I've tried deleting the cache.dat file bout it still the same.

its adding the link to the cart object like this:

<?php
//WA eCart Include
virtual("/WA_eCart/LA_membership_PHP.php");
?>
<?php

Which doesn't look right to me as I remember it being <?php require_once ("file path");

I tried re-installing eCart but it still the same.

Help Please!

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