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  1. Hey everyone, Max from Snipcart here! We just published a full tutorial showing how to use ProcessWire + Snipcart (our dev-first HTML/JS shopping cart platform) to enable e-commerce. It was pretty much my first time playing around with the Apache/MySQL/PHP stack, so I'd love to get some feedback on the demo code. Oh, and also, if you feel like the Snipcart integration could have been done in a different/better way with ProcessWire, let me know! > Blog post tutorial > (Very) simple live demo > GitHub repo Cheers folks.
  2. Hi, hopefully you can give me some advice on debugging an error with a ProcessWire 2.5 site using ShoppingCart module (and Version Control module): When guest users try to add a specific product to the shopping cart, a "500 Internal Server Error" page is thrown and the following error is logged in assets/logs/errors.txt: 2015-05-25 18:28:06 guest http://127.0.0.1/pw/product-12 Error: Exception: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '01, session_id = 'd41a2726a1f1d8205f45ce240da65af10517c74f' ON DUPLICATE KEY UPD' at line 1 (in /var/www/pw/wire/core/Database.php line 114) Since only a part of the SQL error is shown, I have difficulties to find out what's wrong here. The error does only occur with two products (a hundred others are fine) and only with guest users. If I add these products as a logged in admin, everything works great. The database tables do not include a session ID d41a2726a1f1d8205f45ce240da65af10517c74f. How do I get a more specific error message from ProcessWire? Thanks Sarah
  3. I have build an online shopping store, but would want to give away a promo code or Gift coupon to some of my customers so that they can avail discounts while they check out. Please tell me what coding should I do or what addition should I do for this feature.
  4. Hi all, I'm working on a small shop for a client. I have all the product info in ProcessWire (of course) - no problem there. I'm looking for some recommendations on a simple cart setup. I've tried plum.shop but I'm not that jQuery-literate. When it comes calculating taxes and shipping based on country (really just Australia & Rest of World) I fall over. I'm not that interested in splitting the site between PW and say, shopifry, it's just not that big a store. Has anyone done something like this before? Has anyone done anything this simple in PW where PayPal is the end destination? I'd love to keep it in the PW family if possible. Regards Marty More detail: Products added to a cart need GST added if the purchaser is based in Australia - if they're from overseas no tax is added Shipping is calculated differently based on the purchasers location - AU or overseas - either a flat rate for each or a percentage
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