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  1. jetsetter

    Estimated Shipping Costs

    Glad you found it. These tiny things can be incredibly frustrating! Keep me as an account. I may want to buy a candle sometime.
  2. jetsetter

    Estimated Shipping Costs

    I logged in to see what you mean. I use the ship in cart shipping_estimator.php on our store so it's a bit different. When you are not logged in, it appears the session is not registering for the zipcode. Somehow the country is though. So when not logged in, if I change the country, it sticks on all future pages. However, when I change the zipcode, it's blank on future pages. Strange. I can't be sure but in includes/modules/estimate_shipping.php around line 37, you could try registering the zipcode by adding the tep_session_register. if (tep_session_is_registered('estzipcode')) { if (isset($HTTP_POST_VARS['estzipcode'])) { $estzipcode = $HTTP_POST_VARS['estzipcode']; tep_session_register('estzipcode'); } } you could put some debug code (an echo 'here'; or something) on the line after if (tep_session_is_registered('estzipcode')) { to see if it ever gets there when the user is logged out.
  3. jetsetter

    Estimated Shipping Costs

    You have 3 columns on that row of zipcode, zipcode entry, and the get image. So close the tr, and start a new tr and td. Add a colspan="2" to the td. Then close the td and tr. You can leave the center tags. See below: <tr> <td align="left" class="smallText">Zipcode:</td> <td align="left"><input type="text" name="estzipcode" value="10028" MAXLENGTH="20" SIZE="5"></td> </tr> <tr><td colspan="2" align="center" class="smallText"> <CENTER><input type="image" src="includes/languages/english/images/buttons/button_est_ship_submit.gif" border="0" alt="Process" title=" Process "></CENTER> </td> </tr> That will center the "Get" image.
  4. jetsetter

    Estimated Shipping Costs

    FixItPete, It's the "Get" image that is causing the problem. It's 40 pixels wide. That, plus "Zipcode:" and the zip code box pushes it past 125 pixels wide. The browser just expands the box. Make the button smaller, say 20 pixels and you should get it closer to the box width of 125. Regards, Joe
  5. jetsetter

    fast easy checkout

    Very nice. What the checkout has needed for quite a while.