Thanks for the quick reply. Not sure how I missed that requests page, but it seems it would have answered a few questions. I'll run a few questions by the client and see what they think.
So I assume with your answer from the "Ship to Store" que…
This definitely looks different than my Payments Pro (Canada) account. At the top of the profile page where you have MERCHANT: ######### ours reads BUSINESS: ######
There's also references to WPPro in the rest of the page.
I'm working with the coupon code, and I think it'll work - I'm just working on the JSON part. First things first:
1) I have a category, let's say it is called "special-product".
2) There is one product in this category with the code 'cse'.
I tried that originally, but it would pop up an error if the coupon wasn't valid yet. I'll try it again after clearing my cookies/cache, though, and see if that had something to do with it.
Just checked, and when I add it, it's fine, but when I …
That's what I ended up doing. Once it occurred to me that I could just use JSON to check for the coupon it was a lot easier. This seems to be working. Here's the code, in case someone else has the same issue:
10% of our visitors are still using IE 6. Amazing.
I'm all for making the admin as secure as possible. I hope more big sites start blocking IE 6 in general - it'd make my life a lot easier. I could finally get started on my novel.
Out of curiosity - is there a way to subscribe (rss, or email if it has to be) to these development posts? I don't check these forums all that often, but it would be nice to know when something like this gets discussed.
Plus it looks like the jquery you're including is different than the jquery foxycart uses - perhaps that might be causing some sort of problem?
What happens if you move the script to the bottom of the page instead of in the head?
In the shopping cart and on the checkout screen it reads GST + PST - which I assume I must have put in at some point when I initially setup the cart a year ago. Just can't seem to find where to alter that now.
I'll see about upgrading soon - sou…
Ya, it definitely makes sense to do it the way you guys do it. There were a few snags with upgrading due to the way my site was setup before, but I ported everything over to a new Wordpress theme so upgrading should be a lot easier now.