@Konstantinos-Kiamos I'm going to try to put this in front of the developers. Hopefully you're correct about it being a header issue and we don't have to start routing through a new server..
Thank you for bringing it to our attention.
@Alistair-Wood Hi again Alistair, sorry about the delay. I'm no expert with the current Tokeet website system (I'm not a developer for Tokeet), but I believe that some data is loaded via AJAX (or equivalent JS lib/framework commands for loading dynamic content) and the main site's content is loaded in an iFrame.
That means refreshing a page will drop you back to the initial load state of whatever is in your URL bar, to start. Anything that's been clicked in that window previously that doesn't append a URL query string will be lost.
Sorry if this all seems like a long tangent, but you can see why a new version is being created though - there's some limiting foundational issues with the designs being turned out.
Nevertheless, you can send me the sample page to look at - maybe there's a simple workaround for the time being. You're welcome to email it to me if you prefer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Alistair - having a Wordpress plugin for our booking engine and other widgets is a great idea, but with the development resources currently being focused on making a brand new website-building feature, there's little time to spend on that.
However, you can still manually embed any of the Tokeet widgets in a Wordpress site (or any website really) - check out the instructions for embedding widgets here: https://www.tokeet.com/help/add-ons-and-widgets
@Aswin-Rianganand Hi Aswin - are you logging in with your email address or the user name? Only the email address will be accepted. Are you posting from the account in question?
If you're certain there's an error in the process, please click on my profile and start a chat with me - then let me know what you'd like to change your info to and I'll do it manually so you won't have to wait for the dev team to sort it out.
@Brightleap-Apartments Thank you for bringing this to our attention, we're going to work this out immediately. Looking at the site source now, I'm seeing some clear issues that one of our front end engineers is going to have to address - I'll update you as soon as it's been corrected.
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