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  • Hey @cliffS What version of FoxyCart are you using (seen on FC Admin > Settings page)? Those instructions are for 0.6.0 and I don't think they work for the current version of FC anymore. Is there a specific reason you want to remove the CVV fi…
  • @CliffS We've never actually had a customer ask about this information before, and I just inquired and we don't currently support or provide that information. We can add it to our queue of things to dig into, but because of the 2.0 development, i…
  • @CliffS Sorry to hear that. We tend to interchangeably use Wiki and Documentation, so that may be part of the confusion. Our docs are here: https://wiki.foxycart.com/v/1.1/start All version 1.1 docs will have that 1.1 in the URL, so that's how…
  • @28Bytes The fastest way is by using this snippet: https://wiki.foxycart.com/snippets/shipping/tiered_flat_rate_shipping But if you want a little more flexibility, this is the way to go: https://wiki.foxycart.com/snippets/shipping/multiple_fla…
  • @CliffS Thanks for the request! Could you do me a favor and go to http://requests.foxycart.com and add the request there? That's where we log and keep track of features that our users need!
  • @Pentagear Probably the best thing for you to do is to just have some javascript validation that loops through the products and confirms that there are no duplicates. You could then use the JSONp to remove any products, or just disable the checko…
  • @myke021403 Are you attempting to use a live credit card or are you using a paypal test card http://www.paypalobjects.com/en_US/vhelp/paypalmanager_help/credit_card_numbers.htm ? as for the specific error, that's a Paypal error code, have you …
  • You'd use some logic like this: var price = fc_json.total_item_price; if (price > 49 ) { shippingCost = 0; } else { shippingCost = 6.88 } That's assuming you're using the first snippet. If you're using the second, you'd just call…
  • @BamSockPow I think if you're adding multiple cases like that, you should try using our Multiple Flat Rate snippet: https://wiki.foxycart.com/snippets/shipping/multiple_flat_rates It's a bit more flexible and powerful. Your logic would need to…
  • @cheesypoof At this point it looks like it will be the end of the month.
  • @rouvalisflowers That snippet just gives you coupon functionality on the checkout, then you can use our normal flow for coupon creation: https://wiki.foxycart.com/v/1.1/coupons_and_discounts Just so you know, next month we're releasing 2.0 and…
  • @KyleBisch Good news! 2.0 won't even require a code snippet - the default templates have shipping lookups on the cart. We're getting very close to a beta, probably within a few weeks, and hopefully about a month after that we'll have everything p…
  • Hey @nilesh Is your site already live? This is the exact functionality we have in the upcoming version of FoxyCart, which is soon to go into Beta. There's a preview here: https://forum.foxycart.com/discussion/8188/foxycart-2-0-this-april-updated-…
  • @t12 The issue with the order summary being non-aligned is that your CSS puts a "text-align: center" property on the body tag. You can explicitly override that if you need to... I'll look into adding a default but for now, you can just set a base…
  • @Phani, just to followup, 2.0 is now stable! http://www.foxycart.com/blog/foxycart-2.0-is-out-of-beta
  • @t12 Sorry, when I responded the other day, I missed the earlier issue you are having with the background image. I believe, but can't be positive, that the issue relates to the way FoxyCart loads jQuery. With 2.0, we're trying to minimize jQue…
  • @mirage I'll downgrade your store for you. You'll need to recache any templates and confirm that all store settings are correct. We're working on a fix to where the Div wrapping only occurs when the cart is opening; hopefully that will help fix t…
  • @mirage Just following up to let you know your store has been downgraded.
  • @Phani, loader.js checks for jQuery 1.9 or greater, and if it isn't found then we will return the FoxyCart javascript with an included version of jQuery (currently we have 1.11 wrapped in, as it's the latest that supports IE8 and IE9). You can…
  • @dustystrings Wow this was a confusing one! Looks like the issue is that you're adding a 49px padding to the store-page, and this is causing the store page to be 49px below the length of the window, thus causing two scroll bars - one for the side…
  • @jrwhip I just tested this out on my store and the code you have above works perfectly. Could you link or whisper the store you're working on so I could investigate a bit further? Here's what I saw (i was testing on a customized store) http://…
  • @jrwhip This is actually pretty easy, and you won't need to hack the weights to do it. First of all, we have a Javascript snippet that will allow you to define custom flat-rate shipping based on whatever rules you decide to implement: https://wik…
  • @jrwhip Glad to hear it's working, let us know if you run into further questions! I'm editing your post to remove your API key just so it's not stored publicly.
  • @trickbox Could you use the whisper functionality to privately send us the store name and the url you're trying to cache so we can try to figure out the root cause?
  • @lance I completely apologize that it's taken me so long to get back to you on this. Thanks for being patient. So I just dug in, and this is definitely confounding! After a bunch of experimentation, I think I narrowed it down to your CSS reset…
  • @flinx777 So I've done a bit of testing and it appears the issue is CSS cascading/transitioning and how browsers are handling it. When the cart is hidden, the [data-fc-ui-block] element is position:fixed, but when it's visible, it's position:abso…
  • @smashingred Here's a fix that should get you going today, but figuring this out helped me find a bug with our sidecart-show event. Also, your intended behaviour should really be default, so I've added a .focus() call and I'll put that code in to…
  • @smashingred The browser wars strike again! I was testing in Firefox, which _does_ work, but Chrome (and presumably Safari?) does not. Thanks for calling my attention to this. After a bit of wondering if jQuery's .focus() just wasn't even working…
  • I completely concur @smashingred - those are clearly what you'd call buttons, not links. Thanks for all the feedback, sorry for the back and forth on the solution. Let us know if we can help again!
  • @dario I dug into this for awhile this morning and... you're right. Not easy. I've logged a bug. Basically, everything I did would immediately be overriden by our internal validation logic, which is merely checking to confirm the input has a value.…