Post by ADD Creative » Sat Jul 21, 2012 2:06 am

I am using the PayPal standard payment module to take payments. And I have been contacted by a few people who have tried to purchase using PayPal, but haven't been able to because they couldn't enter there credit card details. They seem to be using old versions of Internet explorer (UK government organisations I think).

I have tested myself and I had problems too.

In IE6 the form was just a mess and you could not enter the expiry date and a few other fields.

In IE7 the CSC (3 digits on back of the card) field was missing.

Nothing to do with OpenCart, just looks like PayPal dropping support for old browsers.

Just wondered if anyone else has noticed this.

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Post by sb65 » Tue Oct 02, 2012 5:29 pm

We had a customer reporting problems last week - which I tracked to IE6. They were trying to pay via Paypal, but using a credit card, and, as you say, the fields for expiry date were inaccessible. It seems OK with IE6 if you pay from your Paypal account though.

Haven't had anyone reporting issues with IE7.

Although we get very few customers with IE6 we've added a message (using IE conditional tags) to wanr IE6 customers that they may have problems.

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Post by ADD Creative » Tue Oct 02, 2012 11:54 pm

The IE7 issues were only temporary, PayPal did seem to fix them a few days later.

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