Jump to content

lroschi

Members
  • Content count

    4
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Profile Information

  • Real Name
    Larry Roschi
  1. Okay, I think I was wrong about the spacing issue. I looked at the source code in IE8 and I see 2 instances where it looks like it's calling to display the categories, hence the 2 columns of categories. This appears on the checkout_shipping, checkout_payment, and checkout_confirmation pages. I don't know where to look to find the code that would call the category column twice. Thanks for any help anyone can give.
  2. Hi again! I've been looking around to find an answer and something occurred to me. Is it possible that when I click on checkout, that the spacing for the 2 columns is changed so that they are equal, and so another category column is displayed to fill the extra space in the left side? Sometimes I see this behavior if the supplier's text or picture is too long and runs off the right side of the page, the products heading will repeat in the right margin. Does that make sense? Anyway, how and where would that change take place? Any help? Thanks again!
  3. I posted in the General Add-on Support (in error?) - I installed CCGV (latest version here) and, although the contrbution appears to be working correctly from what I've tested so far, I have a 2nd category column that shows up when I click on Checkout. Everything appears fine until I click on Checkout, then all the screens during checkout have 2 category columns along the left side of the screen, and stay there until I get back to the normal shopping screens. The contribution itself is working fine. Can anyone help or point me in the right direction? Thanks for your help!
  4. I installed CCGV (latest version here) and although the things I've tested have all worked fine, I have this crazy second column of categories along the left side of the checkout page. Everything looks fine until I click on Checkout, then all the screens during checkout show another category column. The contribution itself appears to work fine on what I've tested so far. Can anyone help with this, or lead me to the answer? Thanks for any help you can give!
×