sakiri Posted November 13, 2013 Posted November 13, 2013 (edited) Hi everybody, there are some related topics in this forum about this, but the solutions offered there don't work with my shop, so I thought I'd better start a new topic: I'm selling digital goods and there is no need to sell/buy more than one copy of a file per customer, therefore I limit the quantity that can be bought to "1" and removed the +/- option; customers who want to change their cart have only one option: to delete an item from the cart. Deleting items from the cart works fine with Safari, Opera and Chrome (Mac versions; Safari including iPad version) and IE8 (Win), but not with Firefox (Mac&Win!): With Firefox the cart is adjusted correctly only "in the background", but the screen does not get updated/refreshed. While the compact view of the fly-out shopping cart summary in the header gets displayed correctly, the product stays visually in the cart in the main column cart summary (no matter whether a product was deleted in the main view or in the fly-out box): You have to hit Ctrl+R or F5 to manually refresh the page to see the changes in the cart after deleting an item. I doubt customers will know they have to do this - unless I tell them. I already tried to change the .htaccess file as suggested in other related topics, but the problem still persists. Therefore I thought of this (rather bumpy) "solution": check which browser the customer is using, and if it is FF, show an additional paragraph above the cart summary table telling the customer to manually refresh the page. But I have not the slightest clue how to detect the browser (from within the .tpl file?). Could someone please provide that piece of coding for me? (Or is there another, smoother solution for this problem, which I did not stumble upon yet?) Thank you! Edited November 22, 2013 by sakiri (see edit history) Share this post Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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