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  2. If you specify href="#" then that is where you will go when clicked. You need to put the correct URL into href.
  3. Thank you. Raiwa posted the code reference, which shows how to properly construct these elements. I appreciate that. However, I believe the dropdowns are properly constructed. They have been working properly for years within the presentation layer that we have had running on top of osCommerce 2.2. The basic usage of 'href="#"' within anchor tags is being prevented. It happens if I use it in a simple anchor in plain HTML text. The problem is not at the level of the bootstrap, but how the null hashtag destination is interpreted. It is supposed to be interpreted as nothing, yet serve as a clickable element which can be styled as a dropdown or for other purposes. It's essential within bootstrap to be able to do this. Somehow the hashtag is being appended as a relative link, appended to the parent URL of the page it is within. I have never been this stuck on a bug honestly. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
  4. @wetzel Did you look at the answer that @raiwa posted above? Mind you, his answer is for Bootstrap v3, where as Phoenix uses Bootstrap v4. M
  5. Alright. I have Phoenix running. I have a lot of work ahead of me, but for now I've installed my presentation layer onto the home page. The problem continues. For a typical dropdown such as this, instead of behaving properly, clicking sends me to 'mydomain.com#' <li class="dropdown"> <a href="#" class="dropdown-toggle btn btn-danger" data-toggle="dropdown" style="color:#fff;">Syllabus<strong class="caret"></strong></a> Any suggestions would be most helpful.
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  7. cables24h

    forgot password implementation?

    Over 20 years users/dev's experience. Where is the old-gray-bearded community who joined together, offer oscommerce users a 100% tight business model? OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE. OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE ACTIVE FORUM. In the mean time see big "globalist" company rise, yet NOTHING DONE in HERE. It is not my choice to be a sheep. Is it really all for them self? Perhaps not the right topic to talk about that here. But perhaps it can be ported with a good topic argument. The power is with the people, never forget that. If we blockchain oscommerce................... nothing can get around it anymore. None of the e-commerce scripts have that goal. I should not have say this in the open, but it is the live case.
  8. cables24h

    forgot password implementation?

    You have a GOOD server and beside it, i am sure of it. Your hosting company MAINTAIN a good e-mail - server. That is the whole point. A good Hosting company what includes spamming abuse , does not have a problem with oscommerce emails. That's first. I would not rule out abuse of it. But generally... i think there's nothing to worry. Just have good hosting as first priority for your webshop.
  9. JcMagpie

    HoneyPot Captcha

    Simply add Google reCAPTCHA along side honeypot and you will stop 99% of these fake accounts.
  10. JcMagpie

    forgot password implementation?

    My oscommerce password reset works 100% of the time so perhaps the problem is your setup?
  11. cables24h

    forgot password implementation?

    Where is the DUTCH oscommerce FORUM. It was promised. ( like this post............ even if not dutch........... but think should keep the promise that was made).
  12. cables24h

    forgot password implementation?

    Read above with a dutch mind and you will see some humor in it instead of vulgar, yet........ it is an attempt to speak truth and commonsense mind.
  13. cables24h

    forgot password implementation?

    Let me say it different. Why there is a BIG company like the ones you refer to, yet.......... -There are 1000's of shopify users -There are 1000's of oscommerce users -There are 1000's of whocommerce users -There are 1000's of magento users -There are 1000's of OTHER e-commerce users How is it that ALL of these make these company so big? Simple........... none of the list above JOIN. All of them could do EXACT same. For me it is like this: - my wife is HORNY - i'm not into it TODAY or at the MOMENT ( not going to happen with me............ but hey.................there are some guys) - I am AWARE there is a HORNY GUY at the MOMENT - MWA........... as i am not INTO IT............... I give the other guy the OPPORTUNITY so simply said........... you just let your wife fucked by someone else. That is kind of the way of how the majority who is in business thinks currently.
  14. cables24h

    HoneyPot Captcha

    If you want all that simplicity.................. Just buy from CHINA webshop. (oscommerce 2.2a... lol............ it is still in use) I code for TRUSTED websites. And if that is going to require multiple authentication steps. I code it. I believe that GAIN trust to the buyer against the shopowner. point (.) EXCLAMATION (!) Checkout have nothing to do with validation persé
  15. cables24h

    HoneyPot Captcha

    So much lost souls (here). Completely out of reality. I wait for the first person saying using the internet affect global warming. It might not be said here............. i not doubt it is mentioned somewhere else. It might just go take some ............. To who i talking? The mixture of just some peep who own a shop.......... a mixture of someone who is just likes coding? ( for sure talented in some way) But their is a real lack of thinking going on here............ Their are billion worth company's DOING what is been discussed here. I think should now your position in it. my 5cents for today. ( hey........... i do not have to bring good news)
  16. cables24h

    HoneyPot Captcha

    The internet is not SWEDEN ( it is a lost continent already btw)
  17. ecartz

    HoneyPot Captcha

    No, it makes it worse. Because then they sign up for the account just to get the in the confirmation email. And it makes it harder for people to actually buy. You know how Amazon.com confirms a shipping address? They ask you to enter your credit card number. Once you've entered it, you can simply reuse it for the same shipping address. Similarly, osCommerce authenticates via purchases. If you put in valid payment information, then clearly your account is valid. Social networks have to use confirmation emails because they don't take payment. But it's clearly an inferior method to checking payment information. There's lots of work on fraud in payments.
  18. cables24h

    forgot password implementation?

    @ecartz i not focus on 1 specific mail "handler". If that is up to me i would let the end-user give the choice. Simple FACT here is. For any of them. The configuration stays the same. There are many "frame-works" that simplify this kind of procedure. osCommerce users sometimes hold back if none of the payment-merchants is in the list. Dev's hold back if there is no SMTP support. I think there are more ( serious) clients who looking for the help of a dev , instead of the individual shop owner who choose to do all DIY. For me as a dev............. nothing to gain from DIY peep/shop-owners. I prefer to let them be on their self and let them go the road that the dev's had to go to become of what they became. Not the nicest word ........... but heck.......... kind of parasites........... no? Not all of them........... some support via donations or any kind of program to support dev's. I YIELD!
  19. cables24h

    HoneyPot Captcha

    99% of oscommerce "FAKE" user registrations can be eliminated just by a simple "account registration confirmation email". osCommerce currently INSTANT activates your account , once register.. Could that not solve many of the problems? Just thinking .............. Let me know!
  20. ecartz

    forgot password implementation?

    https://apps.oscommerce.com/q=SMTP Auth I didn't count, but there are several of them, including for PHPMailer and SwiftMailer. Consider using MailChimp or similar for subscriptions. In terms of configuration, the typical problems with email configuration are outside osCommerce. Your host should help you set them up. E.g. a valid MX server for your domain. And make sure that you have an SPF DNS record stating that that is the valid MX server. You also might consider stripping out the parts of the emails that involve information that the user can set. For example, you should not address the person by name. Because spammers will put in the emails of someone they want to reach with a name like "Buy http://fake.viagra.example.com" and the recipient then marks it as spam. Amazon and NewEgg make their emails work by having full-time people whose job it is to make them work. They run their own email servers which are validated by SPF and Domain Keys (DMARC). If their email is identified as Spam, they support processes that remove the sender from their mailing list.
  21. ehsnerto

    TinyMCE

    The topic I'm looking for. thanks
  22. cables24h

    HoneyPot Captcha

    Still i not got answer: What is the complain? Do they complain about your security measures? So............ you want to secure. If you secure ( for them and you), you get complaining. You could say to them it is for both interests.........no? The whole world already figure that "the Internet" is not a save Haven. What kind of conservative minds still believe that? Naive. Not for a reason the "BIG" guys use 2 or even 3- way authentication systems. - first IP - second DEVICE, bound in some cases - 3th , fingerprint, facial recognition. These are the ultimate security measures, and wow.................. now there's a HoneyPot ( this is old age security, it just not going to work). Again............. i RESPECT the effort. Just let it go. But i like the trust worthy peep. Even the ones who code for these. But at the end it is all BS. Sorry to be that harsh.
  23. ehsanerto

    Fake accounts

    I hate these fake accounts. most of them are robots
  24. cables24h

    HoneyPot Captcha

    I'm out here............... i leave it to google............. let them figure it out!
  25. cables24h

    HoneyPot Captcha

    The WHOLE thing here is about WHO you ALLOW to POST. That's it, nothing more, nothing less. Whatever security you put. If the one is not listed, he's able to post. If you mark them, their changes for a second time is reduced. That's the whole concept.
  26. Heatherbell

    Problem with <a href="#" in bootstrap dropdowns

    It is the last version that was released but has not been updated in a long time - nobody here seems to know when it will be. CE Phoenix is updated and supported so I would recommend that you start with that - it is fully responsive on Bootstrap 4 and running on php7.3.
  27. cables24h

    HoneyPot Captcha

    Do they register? Do they use the contact forms? "Bing", "Google". "etc".......... Seriously? Your own server???????????? You kidding me?
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