Having an issue w/ this EE add-on where if an Amazon product isn't found with a specific ID I get this error:

You have an invalid conditional in your template. Please review your conditionals for an unclosed string, invalid operators, a missing }, or a missing {/if}.

Parser State: Unexpected end of Template “article/index” on line 157; expected ENDIF tag for opening on line 46 in Template “layouts/.html-layout”.

Here's how I'm using the tags in my template:

{if amazon_product_asin_or_isbn}
<div class="panel PanelProduct clearfix">
    public_key="{public_key}" private_key="{private_key}"
  <div class="PanelProduct-imageContainer left">
    <img src="{img_large}" alt="">
  <div class="PanelProduct-content right">
    <h3 class="Article-subheading">Related Product:</h3>
    <h4 class="PanelProduct-heading">{product_name}</h4>
    <div class="PanelProduct-info">{catalog_type} | {publisher}</div>
    <a class="button small u-mediumTopMargin u-noMarginBot" href="{amazon_link}" target="_blank">{best_price} on Amazon</a>

I then tried using this if statement within the tags to only render the product panel if there is a product found:

{if aws_count > 0}   {/if}

But then I get this error in the template:

Severity: Notice

Message: Undefined index: !-- ra:000000003bf7ea8400000001087a7b32 --

Filename: aws_products/pi.aws_products.php

Line Number: 237

It seems like any if statements within the tags break the plugin. So how can I integrate the tags in a way that detects if there's a valid product ID filled in without totally breaking the page?

Using AWS Products 3.1.0 on EE 2.9.2

1 Answer 1


Louis at Hop Studios has posted an update of this plugin which fixes the above issue.

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