Hello, welcome to JustAnswer my name is ***** ***** I'm one of the experts who will be assisting you today.What's the name of the Add-on so I can download and take a look at it?Please reply using the box below.Regards,Martin
Or is it just the button on the website?
I believe your site is fine - it's Firefox that has decided to leave it enabled by default without the option to disable it (you need an add-on to do that). Chrome interprets the web page differently and figures out what you need for the button to work.If you need it to work on Firefox with it's current setting you could make your web page act differently when it encounters Firefox.You would need it to detect the browser first and then make a section for Firefox specifically - this would mean your button would have to work differently too.
Have you tried other older versions of Firefox, it looks more like a FF bug than anything else - the problem is usually the other way around, js not being enabled
Yes I had a look on both browsers, the problem is it's a Firefox related issue - not something to do with your site or coding.Just like Chrome users had to switch to Firefox because of Java being completely removed (from Chrome).You would need to use a browser detection mechanism on your website so the FF users get redirected to a different page where you use a different submission form for your cart.Does that make sense?
Can you give me until tomorrow so scope it out properly and look at both page's code to see if I can find the exact problem for you?I can't look into it right now but I can later tonight.I can give you a concrete answer by tomorrow unless you find it first.
Sounds good, thanks!
Not yet unfortunately - do you have a list of things you modified from the original code?
I will open your question to other experts so you can get more help - please stand by