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  1. This twitter style button I found. http://jsfiddle.net/jakie8/ZECEN/ I have managed to modify it to my liking. And yes I know the ".live" is depreciated and instead use "on". Anyways, the only thing I noticed is that if I click "Follow" button and it turns green; once I refresh the page, it goes back to default "follow" mode. I was wondering how can I keep it green even if I refresh the page?
  2. Say I have button 1 and I want to replace it with button2 on click. How would I do that? <button id="button1">butto 1</button> <button id="button2">butto 2</button>
  3. Using Joomla 2.5 and Virtuemart 3. I've had a client tell us that they're getting e-mails (admin order confirmation email) that are different orders from the same person at the same time. After some test orders I've seen that what happens is when PayPal is used, and the customer is being redirected or has been, they then press the back button in the browser, amend the order and send it again. This sends 2 e-mails to the shop and causes confusion. Is there a way to stop this? (Other than a big bold message warning not to do it)
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