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Question I have... Want urgently a iPage Coupon for ".me" tld? Looking forward for any response. My 2nd question... When an item is added to the cart the price in the cart is wrong, not all items just a few..

I checked my item description and it appears ok,did I miss something?.

Also when I transfer to the https//page for checkout I have 0 items in my cart. I think this has something to do with logging because I have to log into checkout even if Im logged into the store.Sidenote,Im on a shared security certificate...

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There are tons of iPage voucher codes available. Spiffy chance to save mola on iPage now. I suggest you to subscribe for their emails so you can receive notification of their latest discount coupons. They typically send them out once a month or so..

Comment #1

My home address is asdcompany.com and my catalog address is asdcompany.com/catalog. Maybe the ssl is hooking up to my main address and not > /catalog?(if you go to my iPage site dont be drooling over my bikini model heheh)model 002 is one thats messed up,i'll wait for a reply but maybe if I just reinstall that model it may fix it. ALSO, checkout worked (only checked it once though) before I turned on usps shipping and installed my test pass codes...

Comment #2

Hmm,I just looked at my config.php it goes as so;.

Def ('enable_ssl', false); (Im assuming this should read true).

Def ('http cookie_domain', ' ');.

Def ('https cookie_domain', ' ');.

Def ('http cookie_path', ' ');.

Def ('https cookie_path, ' ');..

Comment #3

Well, I see the price problem. You have defined Product Attributes with their own price increments. For example, if I select bikini002, the base price is $49.95 and then there's one attribute also for bikini002 at $49.95 and then the size again at $49.95! This adds up to $149.85!.

Get rid of the Model attribute - you don't need that because the product is it's own identification. Then change the size attributes to have zero cost (unless some sizes cost more, then put in only the incremental cost.).

As for SSL, you probably want:.

Def ('http cookie_domain', ' asdcompany.com');.

Def ('https cookie_domain', ' asdcompany.ixwebhosting.com');.

Def ('http cookie_path', 'catalog/ ');.

Def ('https cookie_path, ' catalog/');..

Comment #4

Ok steve I'm going to try that and thank you for your help...

Comment #5

Solved the problem and I didnt have to change the ssl line.

THX..

Comment #6

When an item is added to the cart the price in the cart is wrong, not all items just a few..

I checked my item description and it appears ok,did I miss something?.

Also when I transfer to the https//page for checkout I have 0 items in my cart. I think this has something to do with logging because I have to log into checkout even if Im logged into the store.Sidenote,Im on a shared security certificate...

Comment #7

Hard to say without an example to look at. I wonder if the problems are related....

To get the cart working, your HTTPS_COOKIE_DOMAIN and HTTPS_COOKIE_PATH have to be correct. Correct in this case means matching the iPage domain of your HTTPS URL and the relative path after the slash. Depending on how your host implements shared SSL, you may have a hard time with this, especially if they use a ~username syntax to get at your iPage site for HTTPS. My host did this for a while and changed to a different method when enough people complained..

I can't think offhand why the prices should be different - if you could let us see a link to your site, maybe one of us can spot something...

Comment #8


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.