Beginning April 2014, our Blogger e-commerce shopping cart users are required to update their Blogger template settings for the customized unlimited send e-mail orders section. It is a major change since that this update is required in order to fully utilise the send order form functionalities from the custom Blogger checkout page.
In any of our Blogger e-commerce shopping cart template collection, find these codes below (the location should be at the very bottom of your template in Blogger template editor):-
..codes .. data.shop_url = "http//your-blogashop-name.blogspot.com/"; data.shop_thankyou = "http://your-blogashop-name.blogspot.com/p/sucess.html"; data.shop_sendFail = "http://your-blogashop-name.blogspot.com/p/error.html"; ... more codes ...
Now change the url's to your Blogger blogshop pages WITHOUT using the "http:" prefix. Now your codes will look like so:-
..codes .. data.shop_url = "//your-blogashop-name.blogspot.com/"; data.shop_thankyou = "//your-blogashop-name.blogspot.com/p/sucess.html"; data.shop_sendFail = "//your-blogashop-name.blogspot.com/p/error.html"; ..more codes ...
In addition, if you want to simplify the codes, you can also remove the "http://" prefixes and would look something like below:-
..codes data.shop_url = "your-blogashop-name.blogspot.com"; data.shop_thankyou = "your-blogashop-name.blogspot.com/p/sucess.html"; data.shop_sendFail = "your-blogashop-name.blogspot.com/p/error.html"; ..more codes ...
This update is very important as users have reported to us of incomplete/failure (in random internet environment) sending orders due to recent changes and STRICT internet service providers posting requests using "http://" and/or "https://" prefixes.
This issue has been rectified and it is to our duty in making sure that the free Blogger e-commerce shopping cart template will always be updated and fully functional accordingly. The download files to the Blogger e-commerce template collections has already been updated with the recent changes. Including for each respective Blogger template download and installation tutorial pages.
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