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Dec 28, 2011

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<input name="item_description_1" type="hidden" value="Test Product of my cart"/>

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On hitting the button one new window is getting opened with response URL from 3rd party(in this case Google Checkout). But for me i need to open this in a inline-popup (lightBox, ColorBox etc...) rather than new window. In the form definition, i have replaced mymerchant_idwith 'XXXXXXXXXX' for privacy purpose

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Quote: I'm having two Ajax-related problems on a page I am working on at the moment. (Can't include the link since I'm a new Dev Shed member)

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Code:

PHP Code:

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