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Old 12-23-2009, 10:25 AM
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Hello as you can see at the following link using the above on a normal template, I cannot get Ecwid to display correctly. http://ukbarbell.com/store/

When I use a Buddypress template I can see some things but the templates and layouts play havoc with oneanother.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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Old 12-23-2009, 11:20 AM
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Hello as you can see at the following link using the above on a normal template, I cannot get Ecwid to display correctly. http://ukbarbell.com/store/

When I use a Buddypress template I can see some things but the templates and layouts play havoc with oneanother.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

John
John,

Did you switch your editor to the HTML mode (it is necessary step)?
More info: http://kb.ecwid.com/WordPress
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Old 12-23-2009, 11:47 AM
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Hello Eugene,

Thanks for the reply.

First thing I checked was that I had put in into the html tab. Strange one. Tried the other codes from the control panel and all are just displaying the part inside the Ecwid code starts here.

Is this more of a WP error? Had this up and working before on this domain on a standard installation of WP and Ata (thanks for the fix for that) with no issues whatsoever.

John

edit: tried creating new WP pages and entering the code in the html tab, but still getting the same result.

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Hello Eugene,

Thanks for the reply.

First thing I checked was that I had put in into the html tab. Strange one. Tried the other codes from the control panel and all are just displaying the part inside the Ecwid code starts here.

Is this more of a WP error? Had this up and working before on this domain on a standard installation of WP and Ata (thanks for the fix for that) with no issues whatsoever.

John

edit: tried creating new WP pages and entering the code in the html tab, but still getting the same result.
It looks like WordPress MU strips all JavaScript from pages/posts: http://www.binh.name/how-to-remove-c...u-html-filter/

Try to install this plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/...shopping-cart/
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Hi,

It looks like you are using Joomla CMS. Joomla can easily cut and past and move around the Ecwid javascript using the Module Manager.

I suggest you to use the Jumi extension where you can download on the Joomla.org.

You can preview my website that uses Joomla CMS: http://www.websitetakeaway.com.au
 
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