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Why is the checkout page generated by eCart6 not displaying using the full page width on mobile

Thread began 3/12/2015 11:14 am by Dave Buchholz | Last modified 3/16/2015 12:55 pm by Jason Byrnes | 468 views | 7 replies |

Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Why is the checkout page generated by eCart6 not displaying using the full page width on mobile

ok so I am finally building my first site with eCart6 after many many sites using eCart5

the checkout page displays half the width (or less) on my iPhone, and for the life of me I cannot understand why I see no media queries that would do this so what's up with this ?

also is there an easy way to disable the js validation ?

Thanks,

Dave Buchholz

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

can you send a link please where i can see this happening.

to disable the JQuery validation, remove the script block for it, it will look similar to this:

var CheckoutWizard_NewFromBlank_Default_Opts = {
focusout: true,
focusin: false,
change: false,
keyup: false,
popupClass: "Bloom",
pointedAt: "left",
fieldOffset: 10,
fieldMargin: 2,
position: "left",
direction: "left",
border: 1,
offset: 25,
closeText: "✖",
percentWidth: 100,
orientation: "bottom"
};
function CheckoutWizard_NewFromBlank_Default_Validate() {
$("#CheckoutWizard_NewFromBlank_Default").h5Validate(CheckoutWizard_NewFromBlank_Default_Opts);
}
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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Thanks Jason, I have pm'ed the url address of the dev site. Found the code block as well thanks.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

hmm, i think i;ll need to troubleshoot directly.

please send ftp login details so I can access the site files directly to troubleshoot.

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

Jason,

ftp details in PM, another question which bindings do I need to use to get the order details when using PayPal option ? I have IPN set up in the clients PayPal account so can I just use the normal IPN Cart Bindings as I have always done ? I see there is a Get Payer Profile from PayPal Express Checkout but this doesn't seem to include any order totals ?

Thanks

Dave Buchholz

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

ok so I have fixed the issue I was having with the cart display and IPN works just fine

I will do a write up of the changes and some suggestions and post it back to this thread in case anyone else has the same issues

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

These comments are based on using the fd_basic_default.css file and the form is identified by the following comments in the code

<!--
WebAssist CSS Form Builder - Form v1
CC: eCommerce
CP: Checkout Wizard
TC: Basic
TP: Default
-->

For mobile checkout you cannot have large set pixel widths so the following rules were changed:

/* form general definition */
form.Basic_Default {
/*width:760px;*/
width: 100%;
}

form.Basic_Default div.fullColumnGroup {
/*width:728px;*/
width: 100%;
padding-bottom:15px;
padding-top:7px;
display:inline;
float:left;
}

form.Basic_Default div.columnGroup {
/*width:760px;*/
width: 100%;
padding-bottom:15px;
padding-top:7px;
display:inline;
float:left;
}

This worked for me because the form is contained within a div that has it's width set as a percentage of the overall container so my aim is to have the form occupy 100% of that width.

On a mobile device forms should be displayed with the label above the form element not side by side as you do on the desktop so I wrote the following media query to do this:

/* Smartphones Portrait */
@media only screen and (min-width: 0px) and (max-width: 480px) {

form.Basic_Default div.formGroup, form.Basic_Default span.buttonFieldGroup {
width: 100%!important;
}

form.Basic_Default input.formTextfield_Large, form.Basic_Default input.formTextfield_XLarge {
width: 90%!important;
padding:5px!important;
border-radius:5px!important;
}

form.Basic_Default label.sublabel {
width: auto!important;
float: none!important;
text-align: left!important;
}

}

This will give you the basics of a responsive form that you can build on.

As an aside there a couple of rules in the stylesheet with an extra closing curly bracket:
form.Basic_Default input.formButton {}}
form.Basic_Default input.formButton:hover {}}

These should be fixed.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Thanks for that information Dave.

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