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Noodleman

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  1. I think it's malformed the content when saving, I replicated the same problem here as well. Assuming the forum doesn't malform it, try this: <p>Hi {$DATA.first_name|capitalize},</p> <p>Your digital files are now ready for download. Please use the links provided below to access them below:</p> {foreach from=$DOWNLOADS item=download} <p><strong>{$download.name}:</strong> (Link expires on {$download.expire}<strong>)</strong><br> <a href="{$download.url}">{$download.url}</a></p> {/foreach} <p>If the links above don't work, please try copy and pasting them it into your browser address bar. You can also find access to these files from your the customer area of our website.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> It's 100% an issue with this template, can reproduce it on demand in a test store. the code above is the code directly from the database before being malformed.
  2. did you revise any other templates? What's the full error in your error log.
  3. put the editor into source mode, and past this into the HTML section: <p>Hi {$DATA.first_name|capitalize},</p> <p>Your digital files are now ready for download. Please use the links provided below to access them below:</p> <!--{foreach from=$DOWNLOADS item=download}--> <p><strong>{$download.name}:</strong> (Link expires on {$download.expire}<strong>)</strong></strong></p> and in the plain tab, add the following: Hi {$DATA.first_name|capitalize}, Your digital files are now ready for download. Please use the links provided below to access them below: {foreach from=$DOWNLOADS item=download} {$download.name}: (Link expires on {$download.expire}) {$download.url} {/foreach} If the links above don't work, please try copy and pasting them it into your browser address bar. You can also find access to these files from your the customer area of our website.
  4. Which template was it you edited? is it only the digital download one?
  5. If your template is pretty much stock with minor adjustments then I would delete it and start over. I can grab the default code for you if you want? Alternatively, if your template is heavily modified then you will likely need to copy the source code to an editor and review it line by line to correct. it can take a while. I probably see this with other customers about once every couple of weeks.
  6. I see this happen all the time. in short, just dont' edit the templates using the editor. Copy the source code to an external editor, then use that to modify and save back. It malforms the smarty code in some cases. Check your store error log, you'll probably see a related smarty error
  7. Use the smarty engine. https://www.smarty.net
  8. the other, make sure you are using a domain name, not IP address to access the site URL. I've seen this cause issues with the cookie domain and cause similar behaviour.
  9. this might sound silly, but try it. try the installer in another browser. I've been caught in this loop when using multiple sites in the same browser before. it might be the same thing.
  10. seems valid. One thing that can cause oddities is the session data not being stored correctly. check your web server error log and see if you have warnings about sessions in there. it may offer some clues.
  11. snap aww, smilies are still broken
  12. weird. seems to have worked OK for me. it's a bit slow, you've got a bad reference to a CSS file, and also an image file. I'm testing in Chrome. FireFox also working correctly. Check your cookie domain is set correctly in store settings, review the error log and check if you have anything being reported.
  13. unsure without seeing the error first hand. can you share a link?
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