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[Plugin: eShop] Add to Cart leads to page NOT FOUND message (5 posts)

  1. martiglow
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do here?
    After choosing add to cart (I'm attempting to test the site), I'm taken to a page with the message: "NOT FOUND sorry what you are looking for is not here?"

    Am I supposed to add a shopping cart plugin as well?

    I'm afraid I don't quite understand to what extent these plugins function and how much I'm supposed to create on my own =/

    Thank you for your time.

  2. elfin

    Posted 7 years ago #

    By default the plugin should create some pages, one of which is the Shopping cart page. This should be done automatically, but to check follow these instructions:

    Check your pages for the existence of a page entitled 'Shopping cart' and note down the id number if there is one. Then go to the eShop settings pages, specifically:

    and check that the Cart id is the same. If it isn't then add it.

    If the page doesn't exist you'll need to create it, along with some others. Page title can be anything, but these are the defaults, followed by a shortcode that needs to be in the content:
    Shopping Cart [eshop_show_cart]
    Checkout: [eshop_show_checkout]
    Thank you for your order: [eshop_show_success]
    Cancelled Order: [eshop_show_cancel]
    Downloads: [eshop_show_downloads]
    Shipping rates: [eshop_show_shipping]

    Alternatively, a deactivate/activate should fix the problem.

  3. martiglow
    Posted 7 years ago #

    The ID is now the same (I had it changed when I was trying to have my product subpages list in a specific in order); however, I'm still encountering the same problem.

    I've upgraded to the latest version of eshop and de/reactivate did not resolve the issue either =/

    The page does have the appropriate shortcode.


  4. elfin

    Posted 7 years ago #

    if you want to email me login details for your site I can take a look for you. ( elfin@elfden.co.uk )

  5. martiglow
    Posted 7 years ago #

    info sent

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