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    C. Alexander
  1. I've checked out a lot of themes on the 2.3.x version and one thing I have noticed is - on the "darker" themes is the ALT row, which is every other row when in product listing, is white but so is the A links on the ui.widget-content, so linked text is lost on the white background. I'm using the Mint-Choco theme as an example. The entire alt row looks like this: <tr class="alt"> <td align="center"> <a href=".."><img ...></a> </td> <td> <a href="...">Name of Product (can't see this)</a> </td> <td> <a href="...">Price of Product (can't see this)</a> </td> </tr> Anyone have the same problem? What needs to be done in the jquery CSS file to make this work?
  2. In standard Murphy Law protocol, I found the problem minutes after I posted which tells me I should have posted my problem hours ago. The solution was to make sure that the Payment Option: PayPal Website Payments Standard is checked on. This is what enables the payment option called "Paypal" to be listed in the Payment Method table. However, this does not explain why is the Paypal button located inside the Shopping Cart. When I click on this button, the same error happens as I described before. It doesn't make sense, does it?
  3. We run 2.2rc2a and we've run into a problem that I can't figure out. We only want 2 options available to the customer: 1) Check out with Paypal using customer's paypal account, where we do not receive any CC info. and 2) Check out with Paypal for a non-paypal account where we have to receive CC info and forward it to Paypal The big yellow Paypal button is on a customers shopping cart page. When they click this, they are forwarded to Paypal where they login, click continue and all of a sudden they are forwarded back to our page where an error indicating they have to select a Payment option. Well, we only have one option that is on the site which reads: At this point all they can do is click the Continue button where on the following page it asks for their Credit Card information. ACK -- we're making them give us their CC info as the only option! So, what happened to the Paypal option where we do not ask for the CC info?? Am I misunderstanding something? I hope to get this resolved soon. This is very concerning to our customers who have recently notified me about this problem. Thanks! // CDA