First, let me say that I've been really happy with e-junkie - it's been a faithful partner. This morning, we were alerted by a potential customer that the shopping cart wasn't working. We tested it and the "add to cart" button wasn't bringing up the shopping cart any more - the button did nothing. Yet, the "view cart" button continued to work.
I asked my tech guy and he took a look (forgive my lack of tech-talk ability). At first he found that "the function it calls to bring up the cart is returning false."
He said he was able to fix it by:
"so now i changed it so that it creates a fake "<a>" link element, sets the href attribute to the URL, and sends THAT to the function instead."
Again, I hope this makes sense, but he also explained the work-around like this:
The cart is now working again, but through a work-around.
Has anything changed in the way js is handled on the e-junkie side? What could have cause the cart button to stop working? Thanks!