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platypus -> RE: Code for ebay listings (9/3/2010 9:17:22 PM)

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ORIGINAL: gillie

Why are you going from html to standard mid-listing process? Have you perhaps tried listing without doing that? Something is monkeying with our code mid-process...


I'm guessing Sherry goes back to standard view because it's easier to view & make changes there - I don't use the ebsq templates but I paste my own writeups in html into the html section & then edit from Standard since it's much easier. Maybe I'll do a test with the ebsq code.




platypus -> RE: Code for ebay listings (9/3/2010 9:25:22 PM)

OK I just tried it using Michele's code, it looked fine in the preview but I couldn't get to the second page, I was stopped with this error message:

Please provide the correct information in the highlighted fields.

* Description - Your listing cannot contain javascript (".cookie", "cookie(", "replace(", IFRAME, META, or includes), cookies or base href.


Michele did you see anything like that? I don't know how it let you list!!

I'll try the basic ebsq template now (I've never tried it)




platypus -> RE: Code for ebay listings (9/3/2010 9:46:15 PM)

I just tried creating my own template from my art case, everything worked fine (even switching back & forth between HTML & Standard). I'm guessing the problem is due to that code referenced in my last post.




skeymask -> RE: Code for ebay listings (9/3/2010 9:47:41 PM)

PROBLEM SOLVED!![:)][:)][:)]

You were right Aimee...I used Internet Explorer instead of Google Chrome and it did just fine.

I didn't think that could be the problem cause I have been using Google Chrome so long, but maybe I WAS on another browser before when my templates were working correctly.




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