I work for a non-profit org for kids using the latest versions of Google API, WordPress, and the wp-ecommerce plugin.
Google Checkout (button) is missing from any instance of the “checkout” or “my cart” page on my site. The button successfully populates in the sidebar WIDGET, but only when it is on certain pages on the site. When I click “purchase” (a link present on the My Cart page) it simple re-loads the my cart page and does not take you to Google Checkout. There is no button.
-I used the API Callback URL that is specified in the Settings for wp-ecommerce.
-I made sure that Google is accepting unsigned carts.
-The other information I entered was double and triple-checked.
-We CAN successfully get you to Google Checkout whenever I do see the button, but it’s not always present in the proper places.
The site in question is at http://www.stokesfoundation.org and I put it in Google Sandbox mode. Please help!
Clearly… What I need to happen is that the Widget will have the Google Checkout button on all pages of the site while a user is on the website. Also, when you go to “My Cart” there should be a google checkout button/option on the bottom, right?
I messaged Mufasa who had posts relative to wp-ecommerce. Maybe he’ll come to the rescue. Meanwhile, other users please feel free to help me resolve this and let me know if I’m just making a bone-headed mistake.
Please post your questions over on the getshopped.org/forums/
That is where the WordPress e-Commerce Plugin experts hang out and moderate questions to the best of their ability.
There is no reason for Google Checkout to not work as we describe though. Once you have posted in our forums tweet me the link (@danmilward) and I’ll ask a support person to take a quick look for you 🙂
Here’s a link to the continuation thread for anyone with this issue:
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