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tudsy
Hi

Just one question. Is cart abandonment client side or server side?


Thanks.
pandy
If you (the site) want to know about it it would be server side.
tudsy
Hi

Thanks for that.

I have another question. How do I obtain values of input controls inside a form which need to be on the same page?


Thanks.
tudsy
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tudsy
QUOTE(tudsy @ Jul 19 2019, 09:37 PM) *

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I have solved it.

Thanks.
tudsy
Hi

Just to let you know. I thought I had solved it. I am trying to send an email to a user when the user closes the browser window (cart abandonment).

Attached is the latest index.txt file.

Can you please help?


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pandy
I don't know the answer, but I don't think this is a good thing to do. I've been know to take my business elsewhere when that happens. Since I'm not yet senile I already know I've abandoned the cart and I did so because I wanted to. No one likes to feel spied on, be nagged or to have to deal with unnecessary email.
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