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paypal buttons do not work

Thread began 4/11/2013 9:51 am by Eric Goodman | Last modified 4/15/2013 11:34 am by Eric Goodman | 1193 views | 14 replies |

Eric Goodman

paypal buttons do not work

I watched the video for creating a Paypal database site. I followed it step by step and once it is all completed. I place a sample item into it. When I go to the shopping cart page and select an item and hit add to cart Nothing happens. I entered the right email address associated with my Paypal account.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

please send a copy of the page and a link where i can see the problem.

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Eric Goodman

paypal database site

I am just testing it out on my URL because I have a job that will need this... www.gfcreativeinc.com/shop
Also images do not upload when I insert a product.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

You dont include a copy of the page. please send a copy of the page

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Eric Goodman

you mean the URL addresses?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

no, i mean a copy of the php page.

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Eric Goodman

Let me know if you need any other files

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Eric Goodman

Curious if you received the files...

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

What version of data bridge are you using?

The issue is being caused by the progress bar script, there was a probelm wit hthe progress bar in Data Bridge 1.1.1 that has since been fixed, the most recent version, 1.1.3 does not have this problem.

If you remove the following line:
<script src="../webassist/progress_bar/jquery-blockui-formprocessing.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

the add to cart buttons should work

For the images, the admin pages are storing the uploaded images at the site root.

on the results page, you need to add "../" to the image source attribute to tell the server to look down one directory to locate the images

<img class="WADAResultThumb" border="0" src="../<?php echo($row_WADAProducts['ProductImage']); ?>"...

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Eric Goodman

Just checked. Version 1.1.3

I'll work on adding and tweaking the code as written.. This is something I'll have to do for the future?

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