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Siiiimmmmooonnnn! Weird Stuff with Zazzle Code

 
JoHarrington
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on 05/14/2014

Hi Simon,

Any chance you can tat with the Wizzley code to allow for occasional diversions in Zazzle code please?

Here's the issue:

The person who made an Outlander inspired t-shirt pressed a button which transferred the design onto every product on Zazzle. This was fabulous for me, as I wanted the mug instead.  This was duly added to my Wizzley Zazzle module, like so:

As you can see, the picture shows the mug exactly as I want it to be.  But when you click on said mug (the first one), it takes you to the shirt instead.

The problem is that the code on the mug (168179021057751549) is rendered like this in Zazzle:

http://www.zazzle.com/sassenach_sweatshirt-235218489684805369?pt=mug-168179021057751549

As in the shirt, plus mass circulation of the design equals a secondary code.  In Wizzley, that automatically switches to:

235218489684805369?pt=mug

Despite having put in 168179021057751549 originally.  I'm hoping that the problem is something as simple as the available character number not being high enough, hence it crops the code too early. In which case, can you extend the characters please?

And if not, generally tat until happy geekdom is achieved.

Danke!


Simon
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Posts: 620
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on 05/14/2014

Full geekiness applied Cool - it works now. It was just a wrongly encoded URL - we didn't see that form of URL before on Zazzle.

Cheers, Simon


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JoHarrington
Posts: 1816
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on 05/14/2014

Woot! Love you to bits! <3

Thanks!


Mira
Posts: 487
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on 05/15/2014

I don't know what Simon did, but a mug that used to take me to a napkin of the same series (they were done with Quick Create, applying one design on 80+ products) now actually takes me to said mug! :-)

http://wizzley.com/review-of-the-disease-free-book-from-reader-s-digest/


I Zazzle as Mira_2012
dustytoes
Posts: 1140
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on 05/15/2014

I wish I had Simon's brain.

Tongue Out


Simon
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Posts: 620
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on 05/15/2014

I wish I hadn't LaughingWink


An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made, in a narrow field.
Niels Bohr (1885-1962)
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