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Weird Submission below form

  1. Andrew
    Member

    I have been using GF for some time and updated to the new beta release v1.5. I took this off because I was concerned with functionality and have been getting some weird submission results (now with me in v1.4.5).

    Upon submission, the wheel spins and what should be a selected "page" (i.e., my shopping cart) upon submission link, doesn't execute. Instead, this page is loaded below my form (like, immediately below as if in the same frame, without the browser page refreshing to it or otherwise). I have tried a text confirmation as well as a redirect with the specific URL for my cart, but it still appears.

    Here is the URL and form in question:
    http://www.whateverisnoble.com/store/groups/pick-up

    ALL my forms are having this issue. I am afraid I confused things when I installed v1.5beta and then went back and reinstalled v1.4.5. Please confirm and assist in allowing for a smooth submission process.

    Tahnks.

    Posted 11 years ago on Monday February 28, 2011 | Permalink
  2. Are you using Gravity Forms with PHPurchase or Cart66?

    Try turning the AJAX option off. You have AJAX set to true on your shortcode or function call. set AJAX to false. For what you are doing AJAX is unnecessary.

    I'm not 100% sure if the AJAX submit is compatible with PHPurchase/Cart66's integration. We don't provide support for that integration, their support does. We weren't involved in creating the integration so we aren't entirely sure how it works.

    I'm not sure if downgrading from 1.5 to 1.4.5 would cause an issue, but it's definitely not recommended to downgrade once you upgrade just as a general practice. Some upgrades have database updates, etc. It's the same with WordPress, upgrading a WordPress install and than downgrading can potentially cause issues.

    Posted 11 years ago on Monday February 28, 2011 | Permalink