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Member Since 09 Feb 2007
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In Topic: Turn AJAX on or off?

04 July 2007 - 11:28 PM

I know this may be a really weird question since you guys know a lot about computers. But what is this AJAX that keeps stalling my website - it has a picture of the word LOADING and it just hangs up the site. If I turn off the AJAX??? thing, then it works but the next page won't scroll over. The cart quits sayiing something was added to the cart.
Basically I want to know if the AJAX is a problem for everyone or just my computer? Is there something I can fix on my computer to stop this loading stall? I believe it's a javascript error but then I see it has something to do with AJAX and that just doesn't make sense to me.
Go easy on me, I'm not completely computer literate. I try, but the php language is tougher than I thought.
Thank you,

In Topic: cant add item to cart using AJAX with IE6!

09 April 2007 - 09:53 PM

Thank you! That worked great! Thank you!

Apparently we have to have the AJAX so it won't jump to the shopping cart each time the add to cart button is clicked. Is there any way to avoid jumping to the cart or is this the only way?

Thank you!

In Topic: cant add item to cart using AJAX with IE6!

09 April 2007 - 06:56 PM

So glad I could be of help! I spent 2 weeks searching, lol.

I found that worked with Norton, however, I just moved to a different computer and it has PC-Cillin on it, instead of Norton and I'm right back where I started.

You mentioned shutting off ajax checkout. How do you do that? If I can't get PC-cillin to start turning pages and quit "loading and loading and loading" without doing anything else, then I'll have to drop this one and put Norton on this one - ugh!

I don't have the google pop-up and all the internet options are enabled so I'm back to where I started again. I suppose I could always go back to the laptop and stick to that one computer, but I'm really concerned that my customers may find this same problem and decide to leave instead of stay.
Any suggestions from anyone would be greatly appreciated!!! I know it's a browser problem or security system problem, but I need to find the answer soon. It's driving me nuts and has me worried about the browsers my customers will be using!

In Topic: cant add item to cart using AJAX with IE6!

08 April 2007 - 09:05 PM

I'm not sure if this helps but I've had a problem with that same thing - not continuing anywhere and instead hanging up the system. After two weeks, I finally found a solution. I just happened to find the Norton Antispam manager and found 2 items hidden away inside of that - one was the pop-up blocker (which didn't seem to matter one way or the other if it was enabled or disabled) and the other was an "ad blocker" When I clicked this ad blocker off, all of a sudden, the pages would load and the cart was then working right. Before I did this, I'd try to click to another page of products or add an item, and it would just say "loading" and hang up forever. Maybe, if you have Norton, this could help???

However, it does have me wondering if my customer comes to my site and also has Norton, will they be hung up also??? If they have their system enabled to block ads, then they will likely run across the same problem I did. Not sure how to fix that. My last shopping cart company (who will remain nameless) told me to tell the customer to disable the whole Norton security system in order to checkout. What???

I can just see it now: I'd have to write "Please checkout here- BUT - Please disable your security first!" I don't think they would have thought that was too cool. Therefore, I moved over to CS-cart and am so glad I did!

In Topic: Next Mod...

20 March 2007 - 01:07 AM

I agree, it seems that there probably is some way to do this because some of the websites I was visiting today simply asked for a username and password to get a wishlist. You didn't have to fill out your entire identity like you do to sign up for the wish list to work. I think I saw that on some major retailer website though so it may involve a lot more work than I know!
Just my opinion :)