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Thread began 4/13/2009 11:57 am by robert329616 | Last modified 9/14/2009 8:52 am by Jason Byrnes | 1493 views | 3 replies |


continue shopping button


Is anyone else having this issue?
I am using the latest ecart with CS4. I used display manager to set up my cart page. Everything works except the continue shopping button which does nothing when clicked. The behavior dos not show up in the behaviors panel. I deleted the button and re-applied by selecting the continue shopping button. The but appears and is clickable but still does not re-direct to any page. The behavior also does not show up.

Is there a work around?



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Continue Shopping

When you bring up your cart page, go over to the server behaviors and all the buttons are listed there. Double click on the ecart continue shopping and a window will come up. There is a spot for you to name your redirect and a checkbox to go to previous shop page if exists. Thats where you tell the button what to do.


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Continue Shopping isn't working

Everything works great except continue shopping in paypal. An error is generated instructing me to open a new browser page.

I read the support group and tried to look in server behavior panel of the .htm page as suggested from a previous post. I have nothing in my server behavior panel. Could this be because I have the free download version?

What am I skipping or missing?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Just to make sure I understand you:

You are using Paypal Payments Standard?
You get to the confirm page on your site and confirm your order which brings you to paypal's site. On Paypal's site you click the continue shopping button and get an error?

What is the exect text of the error?

On the confirm page, look for the following hidden form elements:

<input type="hidden" name="cancel_return" id="cancel_return" value="" />
<input type="hidden" name="return" id="return" value="" />

and add another hidden form element:
<input type="hidden" name="shopping_url" id="return" value="" />

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