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selecting the wrong state bypasses tax

My client is having an interesting issue. It appears that when some local customers are filling out the shipping or billing address, they are putting in the incorrect state. while selecting a state IS required, there is nothing that validates that it is the CORRECT state. Since the tax codes are bas...

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  • Thu Feb 24, 2011 11:25 am
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Re: [How To] Multi-Store on Localhost

Could you post a link to both stores? With SSL enabled. Here is the primary store link: http://www.rlink.com/store (this one works in secure server mode) Here is the second store link: http://scorpio.rlink.com (this one goes to the main homepage when entering secure mode) The current (wildcard) SSL...

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  • Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:19 pm
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Re: [How To] Multi-Store on Localhost

I am having an interesting problem with my multi-store settup. First of all, let me set up the situation. I have a primary domain set up with my OC store in a "store" folder (www.domain.com/store/). I purchased an SSL certificate and everything was working fine. Later, my client wanted a second stor...

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  • Tue Dec 14, 2010 9:50 am
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Re: ssl and multistore.

Anyone have a suggestion? I'm having a similar issue. My host has installed a wildcard SSL certificate, but when installed, my second store goes to the primary store's front page when I click "checkout". My primary store is at domain.com/store and my second store is at substore.domain.com. Should bo...

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  • Thu Sep 09, 2010 12:25 am
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