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search terms cached or stored & add to cart error

Thread began 2/26/2013 4:30 pm by please_help | Last modified 2/28/2013 10:02 pm by Jason Byrnes | 482 views | 6 replies |

please_help

search terms cached or stored & add to cart error

Hello~

I'm having an issue with the search function on my store... it seems that the search terms are being stored or cached. As an example, I'll search for a product, then put a different search term in the field, but it returns the results from the original search. The new search term is appearing in the url but the results on the page don't reflect the new term.

Here's a link to the general search page:
products_search.php

You can search by 'everpure' and then go back and search by 'john' and you'll see the error.

Also, the 'add to cart' button sends you to an empty cart....

Thanks!

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please_help

Hello Again~

I found the search error and it's working fine now.

However, the add to cart button is still returning an empty cart.

Thanks!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

send a copy of the add to cart page and the cart display page please

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please_help

Hello~

Here's a link to the products page as well as copies of our files. Let me know if you need anything else.

(Please disregard the formatting....we're still working on the layout.)

Thanks so much~

products_results.php?ProductName=&ProductMetaKeywords=&ProductPrice=&Search=Search

Attached Files
cart.php.zip
products_detail.php.zip
products_results.php.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it looks like it works from the details page, just not from the results page.

when i view source of the results page, i see an onclick event that doesn't look right:
onclick=";progressformbutton = this"

<input type="submit" class="Tributecustom" value="Add to Cart" name="ProWaterParts_1_ATC" onclick=";progressformbutton = this">


i dont see this on the code for the page you sent?

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please_help

Hmm....Where do you see that onclick event? I must be overlooking it....

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I see it when viewing source of the page in the browser.

I dont see it in the code for the page you sent me though.

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