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Powerstore 2 help

Thread began 10/07/2010 10:03 am by bchilds137315 | Last modified 10/08/2010 2:48 pm by Jason Byrnes | 633 views | 4 replies |

bchilds137315

Powerstore 2 help

I have a css modified Powerstore 2 and orders are coming through fine however they are not being saved in the orders database.

I have attached the confirm.php file.

Please help if you can.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The problem is occurring because you have changed the Submit order to a in image form field instead of a Button form element.


find the following code in 2 places:

php:
if (isset($_POST["Submit_order"])) // Trigger

{




and change it to:

php:
if (isset($_POST["Submit_order_x"])) // Trigger

{
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bchilds

thanks!

Thanks Jason! I really appreciate it. I'll post to confirm it's working.

BChilds

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bchilds

It worked....

Hi Jason,

It worked! Thanks alot. Would this be a problem on other pages as well where I'm using images on submit buttons?

I don't uderstand how adding _x to it makes it work.... can you explain?

Thanks again,

B Childs

If you want to see the full site as an example of a killer powerstore design: www.tacmedsolutions.com :-)

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The image form element does not have a value attribute.


when an image for element type is used, no value will be passed, but it will pass the x and y coordinates of where the mouse clicked the image.


you can demonstrate this by creating a simple for with an image field and setting the method to get, you will see in the querystring:
?imageField.x=21&imageField.y=22


since you cant check for the image fields value, you need to check for the x or y coordinates:
if (isset($_POST["imageField_x"])

or:
if (isset($_POST["imageField_y"])


PowerStore was not coded to use an image field, it was coded to use a standard submit button.

if you swap a standard submit button with an image field, you will break the trigger code for the element.

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