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Continue button on checkout.php not working

Thread began 1/05/2016 9:32 am by MagsW | Last modified 1/07/2016 11:47 am by MagsW | 3201 views | 9 replies


I've run the checkout wizard again and the paypal payments seem to now be going through OK (although it redirects back to an https connection for the pp_confirm.php page, which of course doesn't exist yet because I'm still waiting for client verification for the SSL). If I change it to http the page loads, I get the confirmation email and the transaction goes through.

I still can't get the card details div to show on the checkout page though - using Inspector, I can see that the payment wrapper div is as follows:

div id="payment_wrapper" style="transition: height 1s; overflow: hidden; height: 0px;"

Selecting payment by Visa/Mastercard should presumably display this div, but it doesn't - how can I fix this?

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