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My site has been running oscommerce for not to long and I have been noticing that its been messing up. By that i mean ill browse the site, it might say i have 1 thing in my cart, ill click something else itll say its empty, and ill click something else and maybe ill have 2x of something. Its just wierd. I have tried reinstalling oscommerce and everything!

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My site has been running oscommerce for not to long and I have been noticing that its been messing up. By that i mean ill browse the site, it might say i have 1 thing in my cart, ill click something else itll say its empty, and ill click something else and maybe ill have 2x of something. Its just wierd. I have tried reinstalling oscommerce and everything!

 

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Your problems could be caused my many things. If you want to fix it, backtrack everything you've done and get rid of it until you have a regular-functioning shop again. Keep reading the forums. Read the documentation. Don't mess with anything unless you have a backup or know exactly what you're doing. There's millions of pieces of code in osC and one misplaced character can throw the whole thing out of whack.

 

It looks like so far you've really just modified the stylesheet, so it'd probably be best to just reinstall osC to a fresh copy and start over.

 

Don't give up though. You can do amazing things with it. One of my sites did over $400,000 last year, so the sky is the limit...

 

I'll never give up on osC. While, I may not know everything, I still contribute as well as I am capable too and as much as I can because so many people were willing to help me when I first started. When I have a problem I can't solve, I see the guidance of more experienced users in this forum.

 

Anyway, back from that tangent. Just try to "undo" what you did. If you can't, reinstall osC since you won't be losing much more than the stylesheet.

 

 

Oh yea, get rid of Yahoo. I pay like $12 a month for standard unix hosting.

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Check your includes/configure.php (in admin to) and if the last line looks like this:

 

define('STORE_SESSIONS', ''); // leave empty '' for default handler or set to 'mysql'

 

Change it to:

 

define('STORE_SESSIONS', 'mysql'); // leave empty '' for default handler or set to 'mysql'

Installed Contributions: CCGV, Close Popup, Dynamic Meta Tags, Easy Populate, Froogle Data Feeder, Google Position, Infobox Header Entire Row, Live Support for OSC, PayPal Seal with CC images, Report_m Sales, Shop by Price Revised, SQL Updater, Who's Online Enhancement, Footer, GNA EP Assistant and still going.

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Glad it worked, it's a somewhat common issue when your on a shared server and another site hosted is also running osCommerce.

Installed Contributions: CCGV, Close Popup, Dynamic Meta Tags, Easy Populate, Froogle Data Feeder, Google Position, Infobox Header Entire Row, Live Support for OSC, PayPal Seal with CC images, Report_m Sales, Shop by Price Revised, SQL Updater, Who's Online Enhancement, Footer, GNA EP Assistant and still going.

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