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    CnP.Support
    C&P Support

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    Burnie,

    The administrative system at: https://Portal.ClickandPledge.com

    The admin system is the account management system. The forum has nothing to do with the payment system - it is just the forum.

    You can also go to the admin system by going to ClickandPledge.com and clicking on Login in the top menu.

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  • burnie
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    administrative system? do you mean the forum or somewhere else...?

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  • CnP.Support
    C&P Support

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    Burnie,

    Please follow the steps listed below:

    - Login to the administrative system
    - Click on Checkout Pages
    - Create (or use an existing) an easyPage through the wizard.
    - Use the WID for an existing page or the one you just created new.

    The checkout pages are pages that are defined inside the administrative system. The idea is simple- instead of passing a large number of variables to the API one can easily set up a page and set its attributes through the admin then use the WID in the FaaS or PaaS to customize the receipt.

    hope that helps.

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  • burnie
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  • burnie
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    Hi - I have read the articles in the forum about checkout pages but am still confused!
    Is the checkout page another HTML page that I code out and that sits on my host server with the other website files......? What is the WID?

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  • CnP.Support
    C&P Support

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    The secured button includes a file sample as well as the image. The folder includes the following 2 files:

    - ClickandPledge_Secured.swf
    - index.html

    The file index.html has the Flash script that you can add to your site. The ClickandPledge_Secured.swf should be hosted locally as well and referenced in the script file.

    The button was first announced in the following post:

    http://forums.clickandpledge.com/showthread.php?148-Click-amp-Pledge-Secured-API-Button

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  • CnP.Support
    C&P Support

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    Burnie,

    there is several posts in the forum with this issue. Please check the forum and you will see the solution.

    here is an article that addresses this error:

    http://forums.clickandpledge.com/content.php?144-Getting-started-with-FaaS

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  • CnP.Support
    C&P Support

  • CnP.Support
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    Great..

    as you see the URL is telling you what the error is:

    err=Invalid Checkout page 28wid%29

    Please refer to this article:

    http://forums.clickandpledge.com/content.php?144-Getting-started-with-FaaS

    You need to first define a checkout page and use the WID for the checkout page in the WID hidden field. The error message is clearly stating what is wrong.

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  • burnie
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  • burnie
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    ok.
    I submitted the form on the donation page (http://www.oldnorth.com/support/donate.html). and this is what it returns: http://www.oldnorth.com/support/erro...wid%29.&RefID=

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  • burnie
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  • burnie
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    Hi - The Click and Pledge Secured button does not appear in the example (I can download the .zip but it opens up a blank web page).

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  • CnP.Support
    C&P Support

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    Emma,

    Support for FaaS & API is only provided through the forum.

    When you run the test please copy the URL that we post back to in the forum and we can find out what is wrong. The URL will contain the error message.

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  • burnie
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  • burnie
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    Thanks again for your help.
    Though I am confused as to what you mean by reading the URL and showing the variables.....?
    Is there anyone I can call to help me with this?
    Thanks, Emma

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  • CnP.Support
    C&P Support

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    Burnie,

    Yes - it will redirect to the page you specify for error - but the URL that you are seeing has various parameters also included. You are supposed to read the URL and show the variables.

    Generate an error response and then attach the URL as it shows to the forum and we can tell you what is wrong. The URL error message should be self explanatory.

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  • burnie
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  • burnie
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    It redirects to the error page url that i specified in the form - is this correct then?

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  • CnP.Support
    C&P Support

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    Burnie,

    We can help you if you tell us what the error message is.

    The Error message is part of the redirect to the Error page URL.

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  • burnie
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  • burnie
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    Thanks for your help.
    My forms return the error message when I submit the test credit card number etc....why would this be happening?
    Thanks, Burnie

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