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  2. I have PWA as only means of purchase in my shop (so no login possibility at all, hook/redirect directly to create_account_pwa -page). I would like to remove "T&C and Privacy" from create_account_pwa.php page, because T&C is asked again in checkout_confirmation -page. Can it be removed from create_account? Had a quick look at the template, and all the fields of the form seem to be coming from a routine / module.
  3. You can create any directory name you like and extract the contents into it, you're not limited to the archive name or github download name. Glad you resolved it though, your last post had an air of despair about it.
  4. -RanZ-

    Outgoing Mail Server

    Where does a person setup the outgoing mail servers in Phoenix? I moved to a new host and outgoing mail no longer works, assuming I need to update it. Thanks, Dan
  5. Yes! Success! Jack and Nigel set me on the right track because their suggestions were ostensibly different. Let’s say you’re domain is example.com. On an Apache server the website is in the folder public_html (the default, the root). When you upload and unzip the Phoenix package all files are in a folder named gburton-CE-Phoenix-090c3fc in public_html. If you leave this like this, you need to follow Nigel’s advice and go to https://yourdomain.com/yourshopdirectory/install which in this case would read: https://example.com/gburton-CE-Phoenix-090c3fc/install It works like a charm. The only “drawback” is that the string gburton-CE-Phoenix-090c3fc becomes part of your URL, which may look a bit cluttered on the screen. If you don’t want this to happen, simply move all the files in the folder gburton-CE-Phoenix-090c3fc to public_html (this is a three-click job). Then follow Jack’s advice and go to https://example.com/install I hope this little disquisition will be helpful for others. Many thanks to all of you who contributed to this post. I was really stumped when I started it. Henk
  6. Youre situation is this see url, unzip in the root without the directory gburton-CE-Phoenix-090c3fc
  7. These are the initial views you should get once the files are on your server and you go to yourdomain.com/yourshopdirectory/install
  8. Your original choice of files are way too old. I did the same. Not really sure why they're so prominently displayed still. ~~~ const DB_SERVER = '123.456.789.012'; // My site is remotely hosted so I use the IP address of the site const DB_SERVER_USERNAME = 'abc-123-def'; // Username is the username of your database. Sometimes an extra prefix is added at db creation. Use that too. const DB_SERVER_PASSWORD = 'password'; // Your database password const DB_DATABASE = 'abc-123-def'; // same as your username Once the main installation is complete, you enter these fields when requested within the software, not via the actual php file. Your site needs to be hosted with atleast PHP7. Are you hosting this yourself or using a hosting service ?
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  10. ecartz

    XSS & SQL Vulnerabilities

    Then there isn't a problem. The problem would be if the page displayed a separate alert box that would just say SAINT.
  11. @H2comics Two things ... 1) Make sure your SSL certificate is set up correctly: 2) If you have changed *anything* regarding your site (domain name, installation in a sub-directory, etc), make sure both your SSL certificate and your configure.php file(s) reflect this: (emphasis added) HTH M
  12. rule

    XSS & SQL Vulnerabilities

    @ecartz After allowing the request, the search page loads with "There is no product that matches the search criteria" and [removed]alert('SAINT')[removed] in the search box.
  13. Hi Jack, I had a look at the link you sent me but it's all about HTTPS certificates. I already have one. It worked a couple of days ago when I had v2.3.4.1 running. The last hour I tried to complete configure.php because it looks as if it is something to do with connections, but frankly I'm out of my depth. const HTTP_SERVER = 'http://h2comics.com'; // eg, http://localhost - should not be empty for productive servers // define our database connection const DB_SERVER = 'localhost:1111'; // eg, localhost - should not be empty for productive servers const DB_SERVER_USERNAME = 'aaaaaaa'; const DB_SERVER_PASSWORD = 'bbbbbbb'; const DB_DATABASE = 'ccccccccc'; The bold ones and letters are fictional for the purpose of this post. My real entries didn't make any difference, though, as far as I can tell. I'm still getting the Testing123 page. I must confess I haven't a clue what I'm doing anymore. It makes me wonder how on earth I ever managed to get the website on line in the past. Well, anyway, thank you for your time. Best regards, Henk
  14. zipurman

    USPS for Pheonix

    @Snarg I have added you to the testing thread. If anyone else is looking to test this let me know. I am planning on releasing all of these shipping mods shortly and then will just patch if needed.
  15. Hi Jack, I've put the Phoenix Edition V1.0.7.13 on the server. So now I need to run the install script. Where can I find this and how do I run it? Thanks again for your help. Henk
  16. Omar_one

    USPS for Pheonix

    @Snarg @zipurman working on USPS Shipping Module, check here
  17. Snarg

    USPS for Pheonix

    Is there a functioning USPS shipping module for Phoenix? Thank you.
  18. René H4

    New EU VAT regulations per July 1st 2021

    I have read more into it. The regulation already existed, but Brussels is tightening the thresholds. From july fist 2021, if your sales to other EU countries in total exceeds 10000 Euro's, you have to pay VAT in those countries. Next to the issue is that the shopowner has to pay the VAT either through their local VAT system, or through an own VAT-id in EVERY country that is sold to: there is the fact that the VAT has to be charged in LOCAL VAT percentage. I am selling from the Netherlands, where we have 21% VAT and I have used that for more than 10 years now, for any sale. Now I have to set up ZONE-ing for all percentages that are carried within the EU. Who has dealt with this, and what was the solution?
  19. Resuming from this threat to keep the original on-topic:
  20. You uploaded the catalog directory to the server. You can visit it by doing http://h2comics.com/catalog/index.php Phoenix doesn't put the store inside a catalog directory. So if you do the same thing with Phoenix, it should work.
  21. That's correct. You should use the one named "Phoenix Edition V1.0.7.13".
  22. Hi Jack, Thank you for your quick reply. Just so I get this straight: should I NOT download v2.3.4.1? Should I instead download v2.3.4, although it says “These releases should not be used for new installations”? Best regards, Henk
  23. 1. Download the phoenix edition, a bit further down the page 2. Upload it to the right place on the server - it doesn't appear to be in the folder that is being served; I get 'file not found' when I try to access http://h2comics.com/index.php
  24. @H2comicsThe first thing you should do is delete what you have and install the community version. To get it, go here and scroll down to that section. Then upload and extract it as you describe and then run the install script. Post here if you get stuck at that point.
  25. Dear all, I’m afraid my problem may be very basic but I'm at a loss all the same. My website www.h2comics.com was getting old. So I decided to start over from scratch. A couple of days ago I deleted it and downloaded OSC 2.3.4.1. Pretty soon my new webshop, now empty, was back on line. I did the usual simple editing and things were going well, but when I had almost finished, my admin suddenly didn’t function properly anymore. This seemed like a problem too difficult for me to fix. So this morning I decided to start from scratch yet again. I deleted it again and downloaded OSC 2.3.4.1 again. But now, when I search in Google for h2comics, I get this: Shouldn’t I get a screen where I can test my connection/communication with the web or the server or whatever? If so, why don’t I? This is what I did: - Downloaded OSC 2.3.4.1 om my laptop; - Uploaded the zip file in the public_html folder on the server; - Unzipped it there; - Assigned a new, empty database to the domain h2comics.com. What did I do wrong? Is there a next step I’m not aware of? How do I get online? Suggestions are more than welcome. Henk
  26. Dear all, I’m afraid my problem may be very basic but I'm at a loss all the same. My website www.h2comics.com was getting old. So I decided to start over from scratch. A couple of days ago I deleted it and downloaded OSC 2.3.4.1. Pretty soon my new webshop, now empty, was back on line. I did the usual simple editing and things were going well, but when I had almost finished, my admin suddenly didn’t function properly anymore. This seemed like a problem too difficult for me to fix. So this morning I decided to start from scratch yet again. I deleted it again and downloaded OSC 2.3.4.1 again. But now, when I search in Google for h2comics, I get this: Shouldn’t I get a screen where I can test my connection/communication with the web or the server or whatever? If so, why don’t I? This is what I did: - Downloaded OSC 2.3.4.1 om my laptop; - Uploaded the zip file in the public_html folder on the server; - Unzipped it there; - Assigned a new, empty database to the domain h2comics.com. What did I do wrong? Is there a next step I’m not aware of? How do I get online? Suggestions are more than welcome. Henk
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