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getting in a muddle

Thread began 4/22/2015 6:11 pm by NWak04030229 | Last modified 4/25/2015 12:44 am by Ray Borduin | 377 views | 4 replies |

NWak04030229

getting in a muddle

I have started another cart for another site and I am getting in a right muddle. The two carts don't seem to have the same coding for some reason and the new cart on the new site is showing two items on the cart even although only one as been chosen. The second item comes up as £0.00. I have attached a zip file with the cart, checkout.php, confirm_cart.php and the checkout_success.php files. Is there anything that looks odd?
The other cart I am using on another site is working great! Thought I had cracked it - obviously not :)
Nick

PS I have put a test Add to Cart button on www.oldtheatreposters.co.uk/x.php

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eCart.zip
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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It seems that the issue would be with the add to cart page adding the second item and not with the pages you provided. Please provide a url where I can view the problem and a copy of the add to cart page.

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NWak04030229

Thanks Ray

URL: www.oldtheatreposters.co.uk/x.php

copy of Add to Cart page attached

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cart.php
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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Remove the code on lines 39-67... it appears to be adding a blank zero dollar item to your cart.

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NWak04030229

As ever - a huge big thanks for your help

Nick

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