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Customers can't login after creating account


crappieman

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I checked my config settings as posted in another post having same problems.

 

I was able to login once but not always and new customers are having problems logging in after creating account. They are redirected to sign in page after trying to login.

 

Page is located at http://www.customcrappiejigs.com/shoppingcart/

 

Please help!!!

 

I was wanting to put osCommerce on a clients website but not til I can get it working correctly.

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Joey,

 

I had no problems creating an account, following a purchase all the way to PayPal, logging out and then in again, using FF5 and IE8

 

 

 

ps. If you are offering professional services with osCommerce, you shouldn't be. Not until you become more familiar with the cart. And, you should fix the logo by editing the stylesheet.css here:

 

#header {

height: 60px;

}

 

 

 

 

Chris

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Joey,

 

I had no problems creating an account, following a purchase all the way to PayPal, logging out and then in again, using FF5 and IE8

 

 

 

ps. If you are offering professional services with osCommerce, you shouldn't be. Not until you become more familiar with the cart. And, you should fix the logo by editing the stylesheet.css here:

 

#header {

height: 60px;

}

 

 

 

 

Chris

 

 

Please explain why I shouldn't use a shopping cart to sell products.

 

I am using IE9, could that be the problem and how can I fix it if it is a browser issue?

 

Thanks for the advice on the logo.

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Joey,

 

IE9 is full of bugs right now and people are only using it because MS sent auto-updates to everyone's computer and most just accepted it. HOWEVER, I am sure that even after the bugs are worked out of IE9 that osCommerce will need to be patched to become compatible with it.

 

 

Also, my comment was not to discourage you from using osCommerce, it was to state that if you are offering professional services and have never used osCommerce before, that you should NOT offer osCommerce websites to your clients until you have become very familiar with the software. Learning how to use osCommerce on your clients time is an injustice to the client.

 

 

 

 

 

Chris

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