I really need some help big time my add to cart button stopped working about 3 or 4 days ago and I did not know it . I did have the host restore my site and that did not fix the issues I have default template and 184.108.40.206 I can not afford to have my site down this is all the income I have coming in is from my website. The website is newyorkscent.com when you click and try and add a product it don't do anything but says loading but it don't. I sure hope I can get this fix fast Thanks
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I will give it a try where do I fine this at? In what folder ? And do you mean to take out all the code you have showing here. I really don't understand how that got in there or why the add to cart button stopped working now it also does this the buttons are gone in the featured area http://prntscr.com/kpdw9n and when I go back they are there and when I try and add it to cart I get error defined http://prntscr.com/kpdwth but when I go to other product than the add to cart button don't do anything . Here is the web site again if someone could please see what Im seeing https://newyorkscent.com/
We had to put the site on maintenance right now until we can get these bugs figured out. Lucky we have the old website to fall back on for right now. We will be trying to get this all figured out. We do want to use open cart.
Then you should probably have a web developer on hand to help you with things like this when they arise if you're not a developer. You could post in Commercial Support to find one.
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