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My first question is Will google still pay you for advertisements if your on a free iPage web host? Thanks for any response. Another question on my mind: I'm going to invite y'all to abandon my shopping cart, so you can see the problem I'm having..

Go to my new site:.

Imusicians.com Independent Music Store.

And sign up to buy one of the 4 albums we currently have for sale..

Click "Checkout", and click the option that you want to check out without creating an account..

When you enter your bogus shipping information, make it for a bogus address in Canada. And remember that Canadian postal codes are in the format X1X 1X1, where X is any letter, and 1 is any number. I know that N2K 3Y8 is a valid postal code in the town of Waterloo, Ontario. You might know others..

When you get to the page that lets you choose your shipping options, try and pick ANY of the USPS shipping methods listed, OTHER than Global Express Guaranteed Document Service. In every case, when you're presented with the final checkout page, you'll see that no matter which USPS method you chose, you got forced to take the Global Express Guaranteed Document Service..

You can select any UPS method you wish - but USPS is all messed up in this regard..

Can anyone help me figure out where to even START this process?.

Thanks,.

Neil..

Comments (68)

The answer is Yes, but you might want to make sure and wait for another member here to confirm it as I am not confident. Better yet, why don't you contact the iPage guys because they can answer you better...

Comment #1

No SSL?.

SSL is pretty important if you seriously want to have a successful cart.....

Comment #2

It difficult to say wht the problem is. 99 percent of all checkout issues are due to a contribution installed incorrectly. It sounds to me like htis is the case here as well...

Comment #3

Normally, I'd be at the front of the line agreeing - but until about 15 seconds ago, when I installed a USPS mod from the "Contributions" section, my shipping was completely vanilla - no modifications to the original code whatsoever..

I'll let you know how I make out with this one.....

Comment #4

That did it, it's fixed..

Now I just have to remove some shipping methods that don't apply to me...

Comment #5

Neil:.

Glad you solved the problem..

USPS tweaked their International Rates Engine API a while back, which causes parsing problems with the stock USPS module. All this trouble for a couple of lousy case changes.....

Http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?sho...20&#entry362202..

Comment #6

I'm going to invite y'all to abandon my shopping cart, so you can see the problem I'm having..

Go to my new site:.

Imusicians.com Independent Music Store.

And sign up to buy one of the 4 albums we currently have for sale..

Click "Checkout", and click the option that you want to check out without creating an account..

When you enter your bogus shipping information, make it for a bogus address in Canada. And remember that Canadian postal codes are in the format X1X 1X1, where X is any letter, and 1 is any number. I know that N2K 3Y8 is a valid postal code in the town of Waterloo, Ontario. You might know others..

When you get to the page that lets you choose your shipping options, try and pick ANY of the USPS shipping methods listed, OTHER than Global Express Guaranteed Document Service. In every case, when you're presented with the final checkout page, you'll see that no matter which USPS method you chose, you got forced to take the Global Express Guaranteed Document Service..

You can select any UPS method you wish - but USPS is all messed up in this regard..

Can anyone help me figure out where to even START this process?.

Thanks,.

Neil..

Comment #7

Never mind, I'm going to replace the USPS module with one of the USPS contributions and see if that resolves the issue..

Thanks...

Comment #8


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