Important NoteThis patch addresses changes to the way Chrome detects touch enabled devices. The patch will fix issues related to the menus and "quick view" windows.
Do you need it?
If you use Chrome to manage your store, the "Quick View" feature, or "fly-out" menus (menus that expand when you hover over a link), then you should install this patch. If you are not sure, then we recommend installing this patch.
Downloading the Updated FilesYou can download updates by using the "Check for Updates" feature in your ProductCart Control Panel.
Unzipping the Downloaded Files
- Unzip the files to a new directory on your desktop (e.g. "Chrome Menu Patch").
- Do not copy the unzipped files onto an existing set of ProductCart files.
- If you need to synchronize customized files, see Synchronizing customized files
- If you want to have a copy of the entire ProductCart folder on your desktop, including the latest files, download the store to your desktop after you have finished the update process.
Performing the update
Step 1 - FTP new files to your server
Upload the files to their respective folders, overwriting the existing files. For instance, you will update the contents of the "pc" subfolder on your Web server with the files contained in the "pc" subfolder in the zip file that you have downloaded from the ProductCart Update Management System.
Please note that the "pcadmin" folder has likely been renamed on your store. We recommend that you rename the same folder in the update files locally on your computer so that when you FTP the files there is no chance that a new "pcadmin" folder is created, which would mean that some of your store files are not being updated.
DO NOT delete any of the files that are currently on your Web server.
Step 2 - Confirm successful transfer
FTP transfers sometimes fail. Make sure that once the process has finished, your FTP client reported a success message. Most FTP programs have a way to show you whether some files were not uploaded successfully. If that happens, make sure to upload them again until all files have been uploaded successfully. For example, Filezilla separately reports "Failed Transfers" and "Successful Transfers". The "Failed Transfers" tab should be empty.