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  • @warcraftman68, That's right - you could create a second Foxy store and leave that in development mode, and use it just for testing out your Wordpress site. When you're finished testing and ready to swap over your production store from Webflow to W…
  • @MikeVendia, Interesting question! As Foxy doesn't manage your products for you, the answer for your question will be in however you're managing/outputting your products on the website. Potentially you'll need to edit the product templates to not …
  • @CliffS, A quick update for this thread in relation to the issue where region codes were coming through as numbers in addresses. We've rolled out some changes to the checkout that will prevent this from happening from our postcode lookup or locatio…
  • @zlb, @t12 A quick update for this thread in relation to the issue where region codes were coming through as numbers in addresses. We've rolled out some changes to the checkout that will prevent this from happening from our postcode lookup or loca…
  • @connor_wilson, Thanks for noting your store domain. I've taken a look at your email template set on your categories. For the sponsorship template - the images look ok there. Do none of them work for you, or just specific ones aren't working? To c…
  • @connor_wilson, Hmm weird. I've copied your one-time category email template to my own store - and sending it as is, I can replicate the same ... email contents in GMail. If I then only delete the script tag that's right before the closing head tag…
  • @connor_wilson, Awesome, I'm glad that got it working!
  • @Mik, Thanks for posting! Looking at your checkout - it looks like you may have some custom CSS which is causing the checkbox for "Use a different billing address" to be hidden - specifically this CSS: #fc .fc-form-label, #fa-lock-large { disp…
  • @Mik, Thanks for that - unfortunately the screenshot still isn't displaying, it's saying that access is denied.
  • @Mik, Thanks for that, I was able to see it now. We have a native TOS agreement option which you can enable from the configuration section of your store's Foxy administration. This will show a checkbox that the customer needs to check to allow the…
  • @njwfx, Good question, you should be fine to simply specify the new certificate on your store's payment page and save - and it will be utilised moving forward for any new transaction attempts.
  • @cos, Thanks for posting to ask. You can certainly include custom integrations into the cart, checkout and receipt as you need - each template is customisable. If you just need to include a script tag to add the functionality, you can do that from…
  • @danyalxy, Thanks for your patience. It is possible for the customer to go straight to PayPal from the cart - but after completing their information in PayPal, they will be redirected back to your store's Foxy checkout for a final confirmation and …
  • @danyalxy, Currently that's how our integration with PayPal works. If they proceed from the cart, they'll authenticate with Paypal and then be forwarded over to the store's checkout. This allows for any additional calculations to be made (such taxe…
  • @Mik, If you're ok with not including the first name in that section - you can achieve that customisation within the language section of your store's Foxy administration. Specifically in the "receipt" section of the language page, you can edit the …
  • @nickweavers, Thanks for including such a detailed summary of what you're doing. I believe the issue you are seeing is caused by how you're passing through the code attribute - it's also including the value with it: $buyButtonParams['code']. $value…
  • @oskay, Thanks for the detailed overview, and I'm sorry for the issue here. Digging into this for your store, I can see what you're describing, where a very low weight order is causing the rates to try to calculate with zero weight. This does look…
  • @oskay, Thanks for posting to ask, and I'm sorry to hear your customer is having trouble being able to log in to their account. If the aim is to allow the customer to checkout as a guest, there is an option on the checkout for them to do that, eve…
  • @oskay, Quick update - we've just rolled out a fix for this - you should see rates returning now even when you specify item weight to three decimal places. Sorry for the inconvenience this caused for you and your customers,
  • @Sparky, Thanks for posting. That is correct - if there is a subscription in the cart then checking out as a guest isn't possible, an account is required in that situation so that we can continue to charge them at the respective frequency.
  • @Sparky, Thanks for posting that tip!
  • @Sparky, Oh sorry for the confusion there - I'm glad you were able to get it sorted!
  • @oskay, I believe you've got this sorted now from our email discussion - but I wanted to answer here too in case someone else comes across your thread. To delete a customer's saved payment details - currently that is possible only using our API. F…
  • @nickweavers, Sorry for the delay in getting back to you here. I believe the issue you're running into here is that our example code isn't compatible with the 2.0.X tags for the FoxyClient code. That uses an newer version of Guzzle (version 6) and…
  • @Mik, Hey! I just had a look at your store, and it appears that there's a small issue with the custom header code included on the "configuration" page of the Foxy administration. There is is a style block included there, but the closing tag is miss…
  • @Sparky, If the coffee is bundled with the product, we'd recommend setting it up as a bundled product, setting the parent code of the child product (the coffee) to match the code of the parent product. You would also want to use the 1:, 2: prefixes…
  • @mdavoli, Thanks for posting - and for sharing the solution you came up with! There's a similar, but slightly more FoxyShop-native approach you can take, which would look like this added to your functions.php file: add_filter('foxyshop_register_po…
  • @saint_malo, Thanks for providing a detailed overview and whispering a link to your site. This one had me stumped for quite a while, but I managed to narrow it down to some sort of conflict with a javascript file included on your checkout (s.all.m…
  • @saint_malo, I'm glad you got it sorted! Nice one.
  • @jasonvl, Sorry to hear you had trouble switching to Stripe Connect. Could you reach out to our helpdesk with details of your store so we could dig into this further please?