|Posted: Friday Jul 26th, 2013 at 10:10 pm #54187|
Using the Pro-form, I have a form on a page that I set to accept coupons (only reason I use the pro-form). I know that a user needs to be logged in if they are already members so that their purchase gets associated with their account (I had to do it manually in the past) so I put a RED note beside the form to warn members to log in, in order to get their account “credited” with that purchase and the matching ccap.
To my understanding, a non-member would just fill out the form and create their account right then and there. However, today, as I was creating such a pro-form for a promotion, I noticed that if I am not logged in, I get the message that “You must login before making this purchase.” which does not make sense if the viewer is not a member as it only sends them to the LOGIN page and not a REGISTRATION page. And then, why have the form below if it cannot be used by a new member?
This is the page I just created: http://scrapbookcampus.com/promo/scrapbooking-on-a-deadline-coupon/
I also noticed that this “feature” has been added to all my pro-forms, and that was NOT the case before.
What is going on now?
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