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  3. I just check and I do not have this in the module of the last version. Maybe you added/modified the query for sort order support? Just remove popt.products_options_sort_order from the query in the options images module. So the query should look like this at the end: order by popt.products_options_name Or add sort order addon or AJAX attributes manager with sort option enabled.
  4. @raiwa After install Options Images CE Phoenix 1.6.1. error on product_info.php; 1054 - Unknown column 'popt.products_options_sort_order' in 'order clause' select distinct popt.products_options_id, popt.products_options_name from products_options popt, products_attributes patrib where patrib.products_id='6' and patrib.options_id = popt.products_options_id and popt.language_id = '2' order by popt.products_options_sort_order, popt.products_options_name
  5. Uploaded Display Tax Info Update for Phoenix: Display Tax Info V3.5 Changelog Version 3.5 - updated instructions for Phoenix - added modified options attributes product info module. (Supplied files are for Phoenix 1.0.2.x) - added support for addons options images and QTPro.
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    Display Tax Info V3.0

    Uploaded Update for Phoenix: Display Tax Info V3.5 Changelog Version 3.5 - updated instructions for Phoenix - added modified options attributes product info module. (Supplied files are for Phoenix 1.0.2.x) - added support for addons options images and QTPro.
  7. Look in the phoenix announcements thread there has been lots of small updates since its release.
  8. By clearing cache, Malcom was referring to your internet browser's web cache. For whichever browser you are using i.e. Chrome, Safari, Explorer etc. I now see italicised font in your red navbar so it looks like you are on the right track... Don't worry, whilst the software is new to you, it might seem tricky, but you will get there! Make sure to read up on Bootstrap 4 and in particular become familiar with its components and utilities. That, plus understanding CSS, will empower you to make lots of changes with ease. https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.3/getting-started/introduction/ Peter
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  10. Good Grief! I quit checking other browsers because no one else mentioned anything browser specific (that I saw). So my "clear cache" code isn't doing the trick either. Thanks! So, should I put the "hooks.php" fix back in? or leave it out. Any other "css" gotchas?
  11. This is the module, but instead of Edit, you should Remove and then Install again
  12. Yes, I see italic text and the entire navbar background is red. https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-clear-cache-2617980
  13. Perhaps try a clean installation without the sample products/categories and see if you have the same issue.
  14. added !important and cleared cache with clearstatcache(clear_realpath_cache); You see italic text?? and some color change?? what browser?
  15. /* user.css ----------------------------------------------------------------- */ .navbar, .navbar-brand, .nb-brand, .cm-navbar { font-style:italic !important; background-color:red; } or for the entire navbar to be red: /* user.css ----------------------------------------------------------------- */ .navbar, .navbar-brand, .nb-brand, .cm-navbar { font-style:italic; background-color:red !important; }
  16. @nsf43 I see the italic text. The background color you have specified is 100% green, and 40% blue, *not* red. I see *part* of the background color has changed. Try adding the !important to your user.css background color declaration. Oh, and clear the cache in your browser. M
  17. I have backed up previous code, backed up my DB and did a new upload of code. I ran the Install and did nothing else. Added to "user.css" for the text in the navbar to be italic, and the background color to be red. I also verified that "user.css" is the last stylesheet to be loaded. Nothing changed.
  18. hi you can detail me more exactly the solution that you comment to me, since I do not understand it very well. So I can prove it if that is it, I am not a programmer. thank you very much
  19. hi you can detail me more exactly the solution that you comment to me, since I do not understand it very well. So I can prove it if that is it, I am not a programmer. thank you very much
  20. I suppose I should take some comfort in knowing that I am not the only one who has had this problem ... but I won't. It does point out that there is an issue in /admin/modules_content.php in that, under certain conditions, the screen formatting will fail. And, this problem is repeatable and reproducible. I have looked at the code, but it's too much for this old mind to wrap around, and investigating this would take time away from getting my shop finished. M
  21. So are you really sure that when you do a clean install into an empty database with the demo data and 1.0.2.5, you can't see a list of the category Fruit (which is cPath=1) but instead get this error? My guess is that you set up the database with 1.0.2.0 in which the settings for this module were accidentally removed from the install script (they were reinstated in 1.0.2.1) If you had a database set up at 1.0.2.0 then the code from any phoenix version will throw this error. If so, you can fix your database just by opening up the content module to edit the settings and saving it again.
  22. Sadly, that is how I always do things, and I've been doing this a longgg time. But from the beginning, I could not even make one tiny change that worked. And I NEVER make more than one change at a time. But I fear I got caught up trying all the changes people were suggesting. So I am going back to my original. Thanks. Hope I don't have to bother again,
  23. My advice for what it's worth, start again with clean stock install. Make no changes and get stock working first. Then and only then when you know stock is working correctly 1) do a backup yes do a backup, as then if you mess up you can just do a restore. 2) The do the changes you need one at a time checking each works before moving onto the next. If your not sure ask.
  24. Thanks, Magpie - I did want to put my Logo in the brand field - but since that didn't work either, I pulled out that code. Clearly, I erred. Thought I did it right, but will fix shortly. Thanks again!! My fingers are crossed!
  25. Your code is broken if you look carfully using browser inspection tool you will se your navbar is not correct so you must have made changes or have a broken install. You can see the item marked in red these show your code is broken.
  26. In my defence - I stuck "suggestions" in user.css so I would remember what I was trying, even when it was php. I have removed the extraneous. Account, Brand, Hamburger, Home, New Products and shopping Cart. I have never seen the Hamburger Nothing appears on the right, so I have tried putting everything on the left....
  27. @nsf43 Your user.css file has a lot of non-css stuff in it! I realize you are testing things, but putting HTML and php code in there won't work. Also, what modules do you have turned on in your NavBar and Header? M
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