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Binding CustomerInfo to Checkout . . .

Thread began 7/05/2009 9:06 am by wetware | Last modified 7/17/2009 2:16 pm by wetware | 1697 views | 5 replies


Testing Server setup error . . .

. . . has (possibly) created a positive difference, but there's a problem with the Recipes instructions (surprize!).
In re-creating the "Checkout" page (Customer Info population & read-only Shopping Cart), the actual Checkout button has a leading red exclamation point in the Server Behaviors list. When that is double-clicked to "see why" an error message pops up stating:
"Please ensure that your selection is inside the body tag before using this object"
The Checkout button is within the form element which is inside div's which are inside the body tag . . .
What's up with that?
Uploading the "new & improved" Checkout page & testing the process live leads to a blank page when the Customer Info page "proceed to Checkout" button is pressed. Of course, that means that that (technically) there's still no info being carried from the Customer Info page automatically to the Checkout page . . .
Thanks in advance to anyone out there!

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