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  1. 3 points

    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    Uploaded: Ajax Attribute Manager 3.3.2 Requires: OsCommerce Phoenix REQUIRED! PHP 7.0 to 7.4 Changes Version 3.3.2.: + added support for Phoenix core sort order + removed optional product_options_sort_order support + added auto update script for product_options_sort_order to core sort order columns. + normalized spacing and indents. + updated custom database functions to use core functions. + modernized coding to match core standards ********************************************************************* If you were using attributes/options sort order from previous versions: - Make a database backup for security if something gets messed up. - On first load of this version, the old sort order entries will be migrated to the new core sort order columns. - Check your database for success after you loaded the new attributes manager. - Use the product info options/attributes sort order content module included in Phoenix *********************************************************************
  2. 2 points

    CSS to change on buttons?

    Open Developer Tools in your browser. Select the button. Click the :hov so it turns blue. Tick in the boxes to see what style is applied, try them all to see what's what (make sure only one is ticked, untick others) - in this case, :active See something like this: See that style is applied to .btn-success:not(:disabled):not(.disabled):active
  3. 1 point
    Features: Password protect migration utility to avoid usage from third parties Link to OSCommerce MySQL Database Link to CE Phoenix MySQL Database Link to file structure for OSCommerce Export Link to file structure for CE Phoenix Import Test server to make sure PHP and MySQL are setup correctly Tests read/write/delete security Upgrade old OSCommerce Data Detects OSCommerce data version by the state of what upgrades are missing. Applies upgrades to the database to upgrade OSCommerce to 2.3.4 Choose what data to migrate Queries the OSCommerce tables and allows you to choose any tables you want to transfer, including custom tables that your mods have created Check targeted tables in CE Phoenix to make sure table is empty Will use the selected tables from the “Choose what data to migrate” and compare those against the target CE Phoenix tables and alert you to any required changes Transfer MySQL Data Now Will apply any required changes based on previous alerts in previous steps All targeted tables in CE Phoenix will be emptied before being populated. There are warnings beside tables in previous steps to avoid this on some tables like “configuration” table Any missing tables will be created to match the OSCommerce specs for that table Any missing columns will be added to tables prior to import to make sure any custom data is not lost All data from OSCommerce database will be migrated to CE Phoenix database Transfer Images Now All image files and folders will be migrated from OSCommerce to CE Phoenix English language file for all text (Language Switch functionality to come if enough interest) You can refer to phoenixaddons.com for more info. Find it here in Marketplace: https://apps.oscommerce.com/jZAuB&osc-to-cephoenix-migration-utility-0-1-6&c=other All feedback, problems, suggestions welcome. Zipur
  4. 1 point

    TinyMCE editor for admin

    Just from my personal experience, in a prior job, if personnel continually did not double check their data entry, they would inevitably end up with no job!
  5. 1 point

    CSS to change on buttons?

    @Dnj1964 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/13630229/can-i-have-an-onclick-effect-in-css Malcolm
  6. 1 point

    Admin login retrieval

    No You will need to delete the admin user from the administrators table using phpmyadmin. You may also need to delete the user:password from the admin/htpasswd_oscommerce file and from the admin/htaccess file both of which would be obvious what to remove when looking at them
  7. 1 point
    Looks fine in Chrome other than in one particular width where the products push below as you describe. You should change this setting (below) to try to combat that, or not worry about it...as it is not a resolution that matters... Setting: Admin > Configuration > Products Per Row Maybe change row-cols-md-4 to row-cols-lg-4 There is *no way* to suit all devices and all resolutions, it's a tail chasing exercise of futility.
  8. 1 point

    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    it's supposed to be used the core module which includes this now already
  9. 1 point

    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    and in /includes/modules/content/product_info/cm_pi_options_attributes
  10. 1 point
    Uploaded Versión for OSCOM CE Phoenix Phoenix
  11. 1 point

    Dutch translation osC Phoenix

    Update CE Phoenix Phoenix CE
  12. 1 point

    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    Uploaded: Ajax Attribute Manager 3.3.1 Requires: OsCommerce Phoenix (tested with PHP 7.0 to 7.4 Changes Version 3.3.1.: + fixed notice errors for new product. Thanks to @jonwix for the report + removed obsolete script type declarations. Thanks to @radhavallabh for the report and testing + removed deprecated sql support.
  13. 1 point

    TinyMCE editor for admin

    just tried it it works perfectly fine, just make sure you are uploading to the correct place
  14. 1 point
    You could inject the code by jquery/javascript but this gets complicate. Also in the latest Phoenix versions, you do not need to modify the core modules. You can overwrite the module template files in templates/
  15. 1 point

    Hide Boxes on small devices

    Side column boxes are moved to the bottom of the page on small devices like mobile phones. This makes them not very useful and shopowners often with to hide them on mobile devices. This Header Tag module allows to add Bootstrap Responsive Display Utility Classes to the Side Column Boxes. You can tick any installed box to hide it on small devices. Much easier than to edit box template files and add the display classes. Hide Boxes on small devices Compatibility: CE Phoenix Tested with Phoenix PHP: 7.0 - 7.4 Pro version "Hide Modules on different viewports" available: Allows to add Bootstrap Responsive Display Utility Classes (and any other class) to the Side Column Boxes, Navbar, Header, Footer and Footer Extra modules. You can control for each module if it will be shown for each device size.
  16. 1 point

    Changing Shop Appearance

    Oh it seems that @burt has moved my post! Although I am not a paid member of the Phoenix club, I still have signed up and I have questions about my Phoenix install. Your derogatory comments about a member that is no longer with us is totally out of order!
  17. 1 point

    Stripe v3 module for SCA

    Uploaded Stripe v3 SCA Version 1.1.0 Thanks to @ecartz for the base update of the module and the help.👍 Thanks to @Mikepo for testing!👍 Package includes: Full version 1.1.0 for Phoenix! Changes 1.1.0 - Update for Phoenix - removed duplicated language constant - Fixed javascript error to allow to save cards - Updated account card module - changed save card tick box to bootstrap slider - Updated Stripe SDK to 7.61/3.01 Full version 1.0.17 for Phoenix! Changes 1.0.17 - Fixed javascript error to allow to save cards - Updated Stripe SDK to 7.61/3.01 Full version 1.0.16 for all previous OSC and Phoenix versions Changes 1.0.16 - Fixed javascript error to allow to save cards
  18. 1 point
    One easy way to hide the price and buy button in product listings is to use a customized CSS. For example you may open the file templates\default\static\user.css and add: However be warned that this method only hides the display of the information on surface and does not stop the buy function from running in the background. You may want to disable the shopping cart all together.
  19. 1 point

    Product Counts

    This now has several new features, including toggle product layouts to list, 2, 4, 6 grids. http://zipur.ca/knowledgebase/phoenix-zipurinstock/ Zip
  20. 1 point


    @dculley 😀what you did is not quite correct. What @ecartz has shown you should be done this way as an example: Change it to: You should replace the entire string " . TABLE_CONFIGURATION . ", Including the two double quotes.
  21. 1 point

    Google reCAPTCHA v3

    Small nit: For v3 Recaptcha Google recommends enabling the tracking code on EVERY page load, not just ones you want to protect. This enables Google to create a traffic profile. e.g. if a customer has been shopping the site normally but then submits a contact us in a suspicious way (e.g. did a copy-paste autofill which was very fast) Google takes into account the non-spammy behavior beforehand. It looks like your module only loads on the hooked pages, I suggest loading the tracking code on all pages following Google's guidance.
  22. 1 point
    Owl Sauron

    View Counter

    Greetings again. Changing the DB to utf8 and the engine from InnoDB to MyISAM solved the problem. Yep, the new version has it all hardcoded, but that is not described in the installing manual. We have to compare the chnaged files. Please update the install manual. This module is a must in any installation. Keep it on! Many thanks for the support!
  23. 1 point

    Discount Codes BS

    Yes, we do test our stuff before uploading it to the addons area. Attitude or comments like that won't help you either.You still haven't provided the information I asked you for in the other discount thread you posted. Keep in mind more info YOU provide the better and accurate we can help. Anyways, looking at your store from the link you posted I can see that you are running the "normal" osC 2.3.4 version. THIS addon, Discount Codes BS, was made/adapted for osC Bootstrap only. You cannot use that addon for your current shop. So you have two choices, either you install and use a Bootstrap version of osC or you install a Discount Codes addon that is compatible with your shop. For example with this one. http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/7700 If you want to know more about the community build Bootstrap stuff read here. http://forums.oscommerce.com/topic/396152-bootstrap-3-in-234-responsive-from-the-get-go/page-1 One more thing, if you see addons that have the 2 letters "BS" in their title name then they are most likely made for the Bootstrap version and are therefore not compatible with your current shop version.
  24. 1 point

    One Page Checkout Support

    Hello, I'm working with osCommerce 2.2 RC2. I've installed the One Page Checkout plugin but I'm having some problems with the encoding of latin characters. We are using the ISO-8859-2 encoding. I've modified in the checkout.php the following: 1) echo utf8_encode($content); to: echo mb_convert_encoding($content, "UTF-8", "ISO-8859-2"); 2) array('text' => utf8_encode($header)); to: array('text' => mb_convert_encoding($header, "UTF-8", "ISO-8859-2")); 3) array('text' => utf8_encode($contents)); to: array('text' => mb_convert_encoding($contents, "UTF-8", "ISO-8859-2")); I've also modified in the /includes/classes/onepage_checkout.php: if(function_exists('mb_check_encoding') && mb_check_encoding($inputs,'UTF-8')) { return utf8_decode($inputs); } to: if(function_exists('mb_check_encoding') && mb_check_encoding($inputs,'UTF-8')) { return mb_convert_encoding($inputs, "ISO-8859-2", "UTF-8"); } This fixed part of the issues. The characters that exist in ISO-8859-2 are saved correctly in the database. However some characters like ș,ț which previously were saved like Ș and ț are converted to ? in all fields in the DB except for the customers_telephone field. Do you have any ideeas why this is happening and how to fix it? I would like those characters to be saved as before (Ș and ț).
  25. 1 point

    One Page Checkout Support

    So I changed line 1596 in includes/classes/onepage_checkout.php from if(function_exists('mb_check_encoding') && mb_check_encoding($inputs,'UTF-8')) to if(function_exists('mb_check_encoding') && mb_check_encoding($inputs,'UTF-32')) and it works fine. Why this is I have no idea. Took me two months of trial and error to find this :'(