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May 6, 2020 at 2:57 pm in reply to: Static Balances Shortcode shows wrong currency symbol #8274
Thanks, Alex -looks great. Awesome turn-around time.
I found the issue – rookie mistake: misplaced space char. Thanks!
I’m using the following from a php snippet that is called by shortcode in the page:
echo do_shortcode( '[wallets_balance template="static" symbol=" ' . $currency . '"]');
I’ve included another screenshot showing that the value is rendered when I include the wallet shortcode in the page directly, but not when it is called from the php snippet.
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Thanks, it does – I suspected this might be more complex than I initially contemplated. Will think some more on this direction.
I have a custom token defined on the Fiat adapter, with user values managed using a separate points tracking system. I want to have the values in the points system reflected in my custom token. Do I need to create a custom adapter to “wrap” the calls to pull information from the points system? Not clear to me how the defined custom token gets balances.
I was able to finally get the IPNs detected on my site correctly by re-inputting all the Coinpayments details from scratch. The transactions now show up for both ETH and LTCT. However, the balances on coinpayments differ from what is on my site, since the IPNs that failed disappeared from Coinpayments before I got the issue fixed. Is there a way to bring my site balances back in line with what is in Coinpayments – besides withdrawing everything and redepositing?
The firewall I use is Wordfence on my WordPress site, which is what I disabled. I’ll follow up on your suggestion to ask CoinPayments why the IPN was not delivered.I also did try reentering the IPN secret to no avail, but I’ll do it again and retry.
I posted an update on my problem here yesterday, and don’t see it. Can you take a look at your posting filter and let me know if you can help answer my questions?
I’ve continued to work on this with no success. I have moved the domain to a permanent site (on https://xaymacacoin.com), in case CoinPayments.net was blocking the .gotdns.com domain. I also turned off my firewall temporarily. When I deposited LTCT transactions to my wallet site connected to CoinPayments, CP shows the updated balance, but once again, my site does not have the correct detail. Looking at the IPN history, it shows (again) that the IPN was not sent successfully. The IPN contents also have no errors at all – I’ve included a screenshot. Looking for any advice you can provide – this is really hamstringing my plans to get the site live.