Hi there, i’m a newbie using RapidWeaver/Foundation and Rapidcart pro stack.
At the moment i have 3 different products added to my catalog and i think i’m settingup everything ok.
When i preview the store in safari right out of Rapidweaver (local site), everything is working perfect (the standard store-page)
Every link is working, all of the pictures are working and i can even order my products.
When i than publish the complete site to my webadress, and try to display a custom store-page only the descriptions
are showed and all the pictures are not found. When i click on the buttons to go to a product-page i’m also get an Not-Found error. It seems that the links are not correct translated and that my Resources-map (that stays in my root) is not found by Rapidcart.
I’ve tried everything to fix this first experiment but can’t figure out were it is going wrong.
In Rapidcart you could choose to use the HTTPS protocol. The videos about rapidcart suggest to use https for safety. I’ve published rapidcart now with http and nothing happens. The used product-links don’t work and also now pictures.
As i also saight when i preview the standard Rapidcart store in safari, everything is working perfect. Only by publishing to my webspace the links are broken.
Just as they(ecommerce video of Realmac) discribe i’d added my productsfolder with images into the resources and choose the picture in the products-tab (points to the resources-folder). Why does Rapidweaver places the resources-folder in the site-root and not in the “/produkten/” location?
I’ve placed the Rapidcart Store in my Root directory and also my Rapidcart Custom Stacks-page into the root.
Everything republished and now its loading the product-pictures (also from the root resources)
It seems that both the Store-plugin and the stackspage containing the store must be placed into the root.
I can’t reed in a manual that this is required. All i wanted was a nice and clean root-directory were the store is placed into a store subfolder and not in the root. But everything is working now so why complaining…