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  1. 11 points
    In the last few weeks; index.php made more modular login.php made more modular checkout_success.php made more modular product_info.php made more modular + product info not found module as well product_schema module introduced introduced "actions" in application_top.php + new admin page for these actions category_tree class updated to pull more category data + most areas of code updated to use category_tree class template files renamed to help solve uploading problems hooks auto registered in each page Thanks to everyone who pitched in with ideas and code
  2. 10 points
    wHiTeHaT

    Module Builder by osCompose

    As an addition to the community and 100% in the spirit of osCommerce ... i present you: https://oscompose.com Quickly build placeholders for : - cm_* modules (*** including Template file and Language file [english only]) - bm_* boxes (*** including Template file and Language file [english only]) - tp_* pages - action pages View the generated code instantly in the syntax Highlighter Just provide: - Module directory (for content modules). - Module name (all classes will get the same names AFTER it's prefix). - Module Description - Can view the generated code before download .... Have fun & Happy coding!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ps: find any glitches... let me know ... psssssssttt there is also a button generated if you wanna buy me a
  3. 8 points
    piernas

    Shipping table is now a real table :)

    Today I decided I got angry for the last time updating a table rate based module. Afer several tryouts to change the shipping rates just to see I had a typo in the values string -damned colons- and having to manually calculate the net prices for each row from the gross that came from the table provided by the courier... I had enough and modified the table rate module to show a real table where you can see what you're doing. Uses some javascript to update net/gross, add or remove rows and do some basic checks. It can be adapted to any other module that uses the same system. Note: The net pice is caclulated based on the tax class from the module. It will apply only to the countries in the module's zone and it's not savet to database but calculated on the fly. For this column to work you need to set up the tax rate first, save and enter the module configuration again. Here is the file: https://apps.oscommerce.com/wyYLv&sgipping-table-module-update @burt you can replace the stock one if you consider it fits the community project.
  4. 6 points
    frankl

    Shopowners Club - Core Suggestions

    Are you a shopowner? Help make the core osCommerce software better! This is the place where you can let the osCommerce team know about an idea (or ideas!) to improve the core software. First a definition: "core" osCommerce software is the package that is downloaded and installed by default. This isn't the place to write a wishlist of addons you'd like to see in the base osCommerce. Don't forget that lots of functionality is able to be added with addons that can easily be uploaded and turned on due to the modularity of osCommerce. The last thing we need is a bloated package full of "features" that will never be used by a large majority of shopowners. If you have an idea for an app, post it here. What is welcome here is ideas that can, for instance, make it even easier for addons to be installed. Perhaps you (or your developer) have found developing and adding a particular addon is too difficult because you need to dive into core code. In that case, let the developers know! Perhaps you can't find ways to turn things on or off. Or something you want to do is way too difficult because of the way the core code is structured. We as shopowners who deal with the day to day running of stores and have the knowledge as to how osCommerce can be improved for both us and our customers. This is our opportunity to have some input into the direction of the software. Anything to do with the core code that would make your life easier as a shopowner, let the team know by posting it here.
  5. 5 points
    piernas

    Addon installer concept

    Now that oscommerce community version allows more an more addons with no core code changes I feel an uploader/installer would make things simpler and also help a lot those newcomers that does not have the knowledge to ftp files. We don't have a repository adapted to it, but we could ideate a simple system that allows to upload a zip file by browser, uncomprees it, do some preliminar checks like if the addon is currently installed and is compatible with the system and with copying files/making registry entries when user press "install". Been playing with the idea of something like the paypal app updater and came up with this: Would like to get feedback from developers about it. It would need, of course, that developers agree with packaging the addons with a certain structure and provide with a file that performs the tasks. Do you consider interesting to make a similar system?
  6. 5 points
    burt

    Shopowners Club - Core Suggestions

    Many of you may be thinking..."whut?" but ... I promise you ... Core Code Changes are possible. Every single change I (and others) have made to the Community Edition, is a Core Code Change. Typical examples; @Tsimi and I found a bottleneck in /includes/application_top.php. Fixed! @BrockleyJohn wanted some extra getContent calls. Done! @raiwa wanted auto included hooks. Done! more examples if you want them So long as what is asked for, makes sense...
  7. 5 points
    burt

    Modular Checkout

    Great, thank you. Will guarantee this goes into Core when you guys are ready to push it. We can also revisit the modular Cart (I will open a new discussion for that one in the next days).
  8. 5 points
    28d Bonus just gone out, sorry for delay ! Enjoy!
  9. 4 points
    TY @burt for the cool Breadcrumb Schema https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/pull/634 To update your shop; make changes to /includes/classes/breadcrumb.php <--- very important to do this otherwise you end up with broken validation upload new HT module + its Language File login to admin and turn on
  10. 4 points
    burt

    Shopowners Club - Core Suggestions

    Breadcrumb HT module. I worked very hard a couple of years back to introduce extra features for SEO; most of these went un-noticed by most shopowners, but an important one [probably the most important] is the Breadcrumb Content Module. This Content Module includes code which allows Google to show the breadcrumb in its search result listings for a properly set up site. EG: However, this only works if the shopowner has the breadcrumb content module turned on. I have, ready for primetime, a json-ld version so that Google can display properly whether breadcrumb module is turned on or not. Core?
  11. 4 points
    burt

    Shopowners Club - Core Suggestions

    I suggest some type of better image system. I envisage admin side uploading 1 large image, which is then auto saved in 5 different sizes. Then have the shop side tep_image function updated to use srcset. More Reading; https://css-tricks.com/responsive-images-youre-just-changing-resolutions-use-srcset/ https://caniuse.com/srcset Reasoning; At this moment, the large image [abc123.jpg] is shown for all Resolutions (XS, MD etc). With srcset, can choose to join image size to resolution, eg; At XS show abc123_XS.jpg At MD show abc123_MD.jpg and so on
  12. 4 points
    Are you a shopowner? Help improve the functionality of osCommerce by suggesting a "must have" app or addon. This is the place where you can make suggestions for apps or features for osCommerce. The idea is that app/addon developers look here for inspiration and deliver what we need. It may be something new, or an old app that needs updating. It may be something simple, or it may be something highly complex. The only proviso is that the app or addon should, when completed, be able to be uploaded and switched on. Core changes are frowned upon and should be non-existent or minimal. If you see an app or addon that could be easier to install if the core osCommerce software were updated, let the core osCommerce team know in this thread. We as shopowners who deal with the day to day running of stores and have the knowledge as to how osCommerce can be improved for both us and our customers. This is our opportunity to have some input into the direction of addon development. Looking forward to your contributions.
  13. 4 points
    piernas

    Modular Checkout

    @ Burt it contains a couple of unneeded extras I should remove, but works well. Let me polish and clean it this weekend and I will send it to you to take a look.
  14. 3 points
    Jack_mcs

    Addon installer concept

    piernas - I think this is a good idea if you can figure out a way to get it to reliably work. It's too bad one or two of the posters gave you such a hard time and were so negative about it. There's just no reason for that. I see two main issues with the project: 1 - Someone referred to an auto-installer addon written a few years ago. I had written one several years before that but it became too difficult to maintain due to all of the possible variations. I told the same thing to the programmer of that addon and, if you read the thread, he ended up having the same problem. Maybe you have figured out a way to make changes to core files when needed from the script but I have my doubts. 2 - I think for it to work, there would have to be some sort of structure for the addon, like all new files it has are to be in a directory in the addon package named new_files. That is a simple thing but many addon contributors don't do this so for their addons to work with your script, they would have to change their package and upload again. This is the main problem, I think, because creating extra work for developers will probably not accomplish what is needed. But for addons that are strictly new module files, this would be a good start. There would have to be a way to mark the addons as modules only, maybe just a simple statement in the package. Your script could then download the addon, search for that text or file and, if found, extract the files and install. Of course, the files would have to be in a defined directory so the script could find them. This would still require the developers to make a change to their addons but it would be a relatively simple change so I think they would be more likely to do it. Many addons require file changes but there are also quite a few that are just uploads and your project would work with those quite well. I think that, over time, the number of addons that are just module uploads will increase so having a basic install for those already in place would help the project. If I were coding it, I would create a cron job to read in the addons and create a list of ones ready to install. Then the shop owner would just need to click a download and install button for any he want to install. I wish you good luck with it and think you should proceed. I don't have a lot of time to get involved with coding but I will certainly help if I can.
  15. 3 points
    burt

    28d, 2018

    Red Button = DELETE review Fully deletes the review from the database. Blue Button = Anonymize Review If Review is anonymized, Reviewers name changes and Blue button goes disabled and background goes Blue. Reviewer still "owns" the review, so can go on to delete it in the future if they want to. Will send this update soon! All updates are in testing phase.
  16. 3 points
    piernas

    Addon installer concept

    @burt I have most of the schema done - it's simple as I mentioned before. Need to write the uploading and uncompressing routine to have a functional prototype. If someone is interested in taking a look I'll find a free afternoon next week to finalise it.
  17. 3 points
    kymation

    Horizontal Megamenu

    This Addon adds a horizontal menu bar in the header of every store page. This menu bar contains the names of each of your top-level categories. When a customer clicks on a category name, a Megamenu expands below the menu bar. This Megamenu contains a category image and name for each of the top-level category's subcategories, or the top-level category image and name and a list of links to the products in that category if there are no subcategories. The Addon code is available here.
  18. 3 points
    kymation

    Tabbed Product Admin

    This Addon replaces the New Product page in your store's admin with a tabbed interface that is better organized and easier to use. The rest of the Categories/Products admin is the same; only the Product page has been changed. I backported this from the osCommerce 2.3.5 Beta, then added the additional fields that the 2.3.4.1 Bootstrap version uses. I did this because the old Products page has always felt poorly organized and confusing to me. If you feel the same way, give this one a try. Code is here. Screenshot:
  19. 3 points
    Tsimi

    Shopowners Club - Core Suggestions

    I am not a shop owner anymore but if I may I would like to share my opinion in here. I think as long additional functions or features can be added via modules or hooks there is not much I would like to have pre-installed. IMO, the lighter the shop is the better. Too many setups and and settings in the admin area for things that you won't use is not ideal. There are however a few things that I would like to see improved. - Better Image Management As burt mentioned the image upload stuff for example, a folder creation or select feature for images would be very helpful to get them better organized and not all thrown inside on images folder. - Better Attributes Another weak part in osC I think is its attributes/options system. A real pain to setup especially if you need to add many attributes. And the lack of attributes types like checkboxes, radio buttons, input fields, large input fields. The Ajax attributes manager is not bad but it would be really nice to have an Ajax solution on the products attributes page (products_attributes.php) . - Order Editor Something I think is a must have is a order editor. There is one but that is buggy and is IMO not clean enough too much shitty old code in it. - HTML E-Mails with default osC template There was an attempt in the past by Gergely and it was working nicely once all was setup. The setup however was not easy and straight forward. Something more lighter with one osC default template build in would be nice. For order confirmation mails, invoice and packing slips.
  20. 3 points
    bruyndoncx

    Shopowners Club - Core Suggestions

    Hmmm ... another question for you guyst ... which features will help you sell more or more profitably and will allow you to sponsor some development to get your wishlist implemented ?
  21. 3 points
    burt

    28d, 2018

    Package still available - PM me if anything is of interest. Thank You to 1 shopowner yesterday who did just that, allows the project two steps forward :)
  22. 3 points
    burt

    Upgrade, or change cart?

    It's certainly a pity that we could not all have worked towards a common goal
  23. 3 points
    burt

    Path To "Final"

    Changes to Actions Moved "actions" up a level to match Hooks. Was: /includes/modules/actions/ Now: /includes/actions/ Created Admin Page for Actions (admin/modules_actions.php) which is basically a rip of the admin/modules_hooks.php page. More Modules Login (login.php) is now more modular. Checkout Success (checkout_success.php) is now more modular.
  24. 3 points
    burt

    Path To "Final"

    Update @raiwa and @Dan Cole are working on a modularised checkout. @piernas is contributing an updated page to how modules are displayed in admin I am working on modularising the login page (which also requires a clean up) and checkout_success page. After this Inclusion of product_class Update of database functions to add in prefixes
  25. 3 points
    burt

    Path To "Final"

    Great. If all I have to do is push a button to incorporate...I'm all for it. I also took on board some comment from a long time ago (I think of yours if I recall correctly [may very well be wrong]) about names of files (template files now named the same as their parent file) and also each template file now has a css selector as well for easy targets.
  26. 3 points
    The bottom line is the project needs an active engaged leader, a captain if you will. How this might manifest itself I'm not certain.
  27. 3 points
    burt

    Path To "Final"

    OK, so far so good. I have just updated all the "h" headings to a better size, shopside. This was not a part of the original plan, but the implementation of modular product_info ... it looked good. So also done for the rest of the site. I have just updated the category_tree class to pull more data and invoked it in /includes/application_top.php Now any module anywhere, so long as it can global "$current_category_id"...can use the class. This saves on database calls. I've updated index_nested to use the class. There are probably some header_tag modules that could use it, as well as some other places as well...but that's outside my remit. Next up is to review @BrockleyJohn index_products. Thanks.
  28. 3 points
    burt

    Product Notifications

    Doug, in 29DoC (from 2 years ago)...I vaguely recall; I made a box module that allows guests to sign up for notifications... Then a core code change in admin/newsletters.php to allow for such notifications to be sent to guests I'll dig it out and see if it can be plugged in.
  29. 3 points
    justcatering

    Upgrade, or change cart?

    Running a number of stores on 2.2a for the last 15 years I have just gone through the process of upgrading all to Edge. The process was quite straight forward and with help from the forum was achieved in quite a short time period. Thanks to all who helped :). I looked at all the options available to me before doing this and I came to the conclusion that osC was still the best option available for open source route. As long as the shop owners appreciate the work done by people who contribute to the code and are willing to help keep it going, I don't see why another 18 years and more should not be achieved. As users its up to us to get involved and help keep the project moving. Its very tempting to get your store up and running and then take a back seat! I know I've been guilty of that my self in the past.
  30. 2 points
    Here is an opportunity for those of you who aren't coders to help finalized the EDGE version. @burt Gary has indicated that he could use a hand with... Testing. 1. Further testing of the Modular Checkout development. You can download the latest code here. You just need to add the files to the appropriate directories, install the modules and test away. So far, tested by: @ArtcoInc @Tsimi @Moxamint 2. Testing Piernas's better modules page. Here is Pienas's Better Module: modules_content.zip . Simply copy the files to the appropriate directories. So far, tested by: @Omar_one @Dan Cole Coding. For those who can and would rather code there is also an opportunity to develop a new module. The conditions/privacy/shipping pages are broadly similar. How about coming up with a system to have "info" pages all working off of 1 page, along with a little admin section for them so that shopowners can easily add new ones as they want. Maybe using the tp_ system as a starter ? Can you help get EDGE across the finish line? If so, simply post what you can do to help here. If it involves testing you can get started right away by downloading and installing one or more of the modules referred to above. For the coding initiative indicate what you'd like to do...lead the project, take on the entire task or form part of a team that might be pulled together to make it happen. If you have any questions, need help getting the modules installed or whatever, feel free to post here. I'll do what I can help and I'm sure others will too. Let's get 'er done. Dan
  31. 2 points
    BrockleyJohn

    Modular Checkout

    Works fine with Quickpay too - that's a module with various extra bits & pieces (like integrated MATC). Now I'll see if I've still got access to a test system for finance applications...
  32. 2 points
    BrockleyJohn

    Modular Checkout

    Good results with postcode-based shipping. We could really do with trying it on a module with multiple methods ... can one of our American brethren with a USPS account give it a go?
  33. 2 points
    Anyone up for it? With the limitations of 2.3.4 becoming more evident and a lack of progress from the official branch making it difficult to move forward, we should "go it alone" on 2.4. @burt has done a fantastic job of the Community Version so far but improving 2.3.4 any further isn't worth the effort, as he's already indicated by making it Final. I feel effort would be better spent on software more suitable for everyone. We have the basic building blocks: 1. The software - https://www.oscommerce.com/Products 2. How to build an app step by step - 3. Documentation - https://library.oscommerce.com/Online&en&oscom_2_4&developers We would need commitment from community members to make it happen! Already done according to the documentation: OSC\OM Framework Introduce a framework to replace legacy classes and functions with. Bootstrap Frontend Framework Replace the jQuery UI based Shop, Admin, and Setup frontend with Bootstrap. Self-Contained Apps Introduce self-contained Apps with support for self-defined modules and url routes. Hooks Introduce hook calls. Online Updates Introduce an online update feature for the core. INI Style Language Definitions Move the language definitions to ini style files. Still needs to be done (according to the documentation): Legacy Cleanup Move core modules to an osCommerce App. Migrate remaining classes to the new framework, including: Breadcrumb Currencies Language Message Stack Navigation History Shopping Cart SEO Introduce SEO features. Database Schema Comparison Introduce a database schema comparison tool existing store owners can use as part of their upgrade. Hook Action Calls Finalize hook action calls throughout the codebase. Online Updates Extend the online update feature to installed Apps. App Browser Introduce an online App browser and installer. Language Packs Support community maintained language packs and provide a list of ready to be used languages in the setup routine. Legacy Compatibility Module Automatically re-map legacy v2.3 classes, functions, and code to the new framework for compatibility with existing v2.3 add-ons. ------------------------------ There would be a problem with the online app browser, installer and update feature of course, as that hasn't been implemented anywhere yet. There is also a hidden templating feature which would need to be worked on. There are templates for: Admin - includes/OSC/Sites/Admin/Templates/Sail Store - includes/OSC/Sites/Shop/Templates/Sail There would need to be admin to install and switch templates. I can't see that in the current code. So, I think the most important thing to do first would be to analyse what is important, what should be added (product, products, customer classes for instance?), what can be ported from 2.3.4 Community Edition (updated breadcrumb module etc) and then exactly what needs to be done. After that, a roadmap can be created. Time to leave 2.3.4 Community Edition behind and start on something new. Comments? Thoughts?
  34. 2 points
    wHiTeHaT

    Addon installer concept

    Here we go............... Let me know if i should continue, so i add a form to generate a my-oscommerce-addon-ini file. Then the .ini file can be read out from a directory like: includes/installed_modules/my-oscommerce-addon.ini includes/installed_modules/your-oscommerce-addon.ini includes/installed_modules/another-oscommerce-addon.ini
  35. 2 points
    frankl

    Addon installer concept

    @piernas You touched on this a little, but the sad thing is that 2.4 makes addons ultra easy to install and uninstall. It almost makes me cry to see the wasted opportunity there.
  36. 2 points
    Without getting too complicated: 1) html emails - @tgely has this done ready to go... just drop it in. I’ve been using it for years. It works, it’s modular. 2) fix the (at minimum) the admin attribute page... if not look into a wholesale new attribute manager (prob too much for the wish list... I know) 3) image handler 4) basic readable urls (notice I didn’t call this seo) - (would be great if this would include a redirect for the popular seo url addons.... so people upgrading can “not” worry about losing their link mojo) im sure there’s more....
  37. 2 points
    TY @BrockleyJohn for commit which should solve some issues around TLS https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/commit/dbb6f769cb8f3c84164feb812bf7a0de225dd58c
  38. 2 points
    Hola Juan @Jumpfree, I think the important point is what Gary pointed out. If you hire a developer who has built up a well known reputation at least in this forum, you will be safe. It's not easy and it is slow to get it, but easy and fast to loose it. No serious developer who wants to continue working will risc to spoil his reputation.
  39. 2 points
    burt

    Modular Checkout

    Here is an example; https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/blob/master/checkout_success.php#L45 Form action sets _GET['action'] = update We know always that _GET is in the global scope so can be read anywhere, everywhere... https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/blob/master/includes/modules/content/checkout_success/cm_cs_product_notifications.php#L42 Module reads for _GET['action'] and if it is "update", does some processing https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/blob/master/checkout_success.php#L33 After the module has done that...we go back to the main file, where _GET['action'] is again read, and a redirect is performed Example: How Did You Hear About Us In my 29DoC Project from two years ago, there was a module which allows shopowners to ask how they heard about the site - allows shopowners to add in radio options. This module did the same thing; Read for _GET['action']; Yes: submit the chosen option to a reporting page No: display the options Example: Password for Account Not sure I ever released this, but I ripped out the password stuff from Create Account. I then created a checkout_success module for it; Read for _GET['action']; Yes: submit the inputted password to the customers table No: display the [required] password input field The whole idea about Modular is that the module itself takes care of *as much as it possibly can*. I am not saying that modules can do everything, as the base architecture is, let's be polite, "old fashioned". What I *am* saying... There is no point introducing modularity if the module then needs a core code change higher up in the main file.
  40. 2 points
    burt

    Warn on Duplicate UPC

    $.post it to a processing script onBlur. Similar as this: http://www.clubosc.com/unique-product-models-in-oscommerce.html
  41. 2 points
    14steve14

    Upgrade, or change cart?

    @crimble crumble That is what is needed, but will not happen. When anyone voices dissent, posts get deleted. Over 5 years to get a stable release and update out is beyond a joke. If it were not for a few people taking things and moving it on, the whole project would have stalled and this discussion would not be taking place as we would all be using a new system. Until those in charge actually listen to what shop owners want, and stop removing posts that voice an opinion different to theirs then the project will stall. Personally I am going to install one more version of the BS version of oscommerce once it reaches final, and I will look elsewhere. There really is no point in staying here on a system that is outdated and the laughing stock of the ecommerce world.
  42. 2 points
    frankl

    Shopowners Club - Join Now!

    This is an invitation to shopowners to be part of the osCommerce Shopowners Club. It's easy to join, all you need is an osCommerce store and a passion to succeed. The purpose of the club is to communicate to the osCommerce team and osCommerce app developers the needs of a modern, easy to run online store. We are the conduit between the real life, daily running of stores and those that can make those stores run more efficiently and more profitably. The osCommerce team and app developers need to hear from you, the shopowner, as to how they can make osCommerce run better. It us, and our customers, who interact with the software every day and that makes us well qualified to spot opportunities to improve and expand the software. There are two threads: Core and Apps. If you have suggestions and ideas, make them known. Let's help make osCommerce the best free open source ecommerce software out there! [note added by: Team member wHiTeHaT] Critics and Rantings in the global aspect of osCommerce Software are not suitable in each of these topics. The will be either removed or silenced.
  43. 2 points
    wHiTeHaT

    Path To "Final"

    It is interesting to notice that many of the proposals i made and where refused, suddenly are implemented in a version for what was announced to become final with limited changes to the base. Also remarkable is the changed tone : "We can change it after"... "I will clean out some of the mistakes after"... Where i had to hear: "WHY YOU DO THAT" "YOU MUST...." "IT SHOULD...." "PLEASE DO IT LIKE...." Very interesting to notice that.
  44. 2 points
    Dan Cole

    Modular Checkout

    Smart $#$ alert. We could use the forums for this. Dan
  45. 2 points
    frankl

    Modular Checkout

    Make them work out of the box, which most people downloading osCommerce will leave as is. Have some instructions somewhere (in the documentation?) explaining cleardivs.
  46. 2 points
    Dan Cole

    Modular Checkout

    I agree...IMO, all we should be doing is taking what is and turning it into a modular version. The only thing I would take on board are things that Gary would want changed or added to better fit the current standard being applied to the core package. Dan
  47. 2 points
    douglaswalker

    PayPal App v5.000

    I can confirm on my set up that I needed to add DigiCert High Assurance EV Root CA ======================================================= -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- MIIDxTCCAq2gAwIBAgIQAqxcJmoLQJuPC3nyrkYldzANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQUFADBs MQswCQYDVQQGEwJVUzEVMBMGA1UEChMMRGlnaUNlcnQgSW5jMRkwFwYDVQQLExB3 d3cuZGlnaWNlcnQuY29tMSswKQYDVQQDEyJEaWdpQ2VydCBIaWdoIEFzc3VyYW5j ZSBFViBSb290IENBMB4XDTA2MTExMDAwMDAwMFoXDTMxMTExMDAwMDAwMFowbDEL MAkGA1UEBhMCVVMxFTATBgNVBAoTDERpZ2lDZXJ0IEluYzEZMBcGA1UECxMQd3d3 LmRpZ2ljZXJ0LmNvbTErMCkGA1UEAxMiRGlnaUNlcnQgSGlnaCBBc3N1cmFuY2Ug RVYgUm9vdCBDQTCCASIwDQYJKoZIhvcNAQEBBQADggEPADCCAQoCggEBAMbM5XPm +9S75S0tMqbf5YE/yc0lSbZxKsPVlDRnogocsF9ppkCxxLeyj9CYpKlBWTrT3JTW PNt0OKRKzE0lgvdKpVMSOO7zSW1xkX5jtqumX8OkhPhPYlG++MXs2ziS4wblCJEM xChBVfvLWokVfnHoNb9Ncgk9vjo4UFt3MRuNs8ckRZqnrG0AFFoEt7oT61EKmEFB Ik5lYYeBQVCmeVyJ3hlKV9Uu5l0cUyx+mM0aBhakaHPQNAQTXKFx01p8VdteZOE3 hzBWBOURtCmAEvF5OYiiAhF8J2a3iLd48soKqDirCmTCv2ZdlYTBoSUeh10aUAsg EsxBu24LUTi4S8sCAwEAAaNjMGEwDgYDVR0PAQH/BAQDAgGGMA8GA1UdEwEB/wQF MAMBAf8wHQYDVR0OBBYEFLE+w2kD+L9HAdSYJhoIAu9jZCvDMB8GA1UdIwQYMBaA FLE+w2kD+L9HAdSYJhoIAu9jZCvDMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBBQUAA4IBAQAcGgaX3Nec nzyIZgYIVyHbIUf4KmeqvxgydkAQV8GK83rZEWWONfqe/EW1ntlMMUu4kehDLI6z eM7b41N5cdblIZQB2lWHmiRk9opmzN6cN82oNLFpmyPInngiK3BD41VHMWEZ71jF hS9OMPagMRYjyOfiZRYzy78aG6A9+MpeizGLYAiJLQwGXFK3xPkKmNEVX58Svnw2 Yzi9RKR/5CYrCsSXaQ3pjOLAEFe4yHYSkVXySGnYvCoCWw9E1CAx2/S6cCZdkGCe vEsXCS+0yx5DaMkHJ8HSXPfqIbloEpw8nL+e/IBcm2PN7EeqJSdnoDfzAIJ9VNep +OkuE6N36B9K -----END CERTIFICATE----- DigiCert Global Root G2 (SHA-256) ======================================================= -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- MIIDjjCCAnagAwIBAgIQAzrx5qcRqaC7KGSxHQn65TANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQsFADBh MQswCQYDVQQGEwJVUzEVMBMGA1UEChMMRGlnaUNlcnQgSW5jMRkwFwYDVQQLExB3 d3cuZGlnaWNlcnQuY29tMSAwHgYDVQQDExdEaWdpQ2VydCBHbG9iYWwgUm9vdCBH MjAeFw0xMzA4MDExMjAwMDBaFw0zODAxMTUxMjAwMDBaMGExCzAJBgNVBAYTAlVT MRUwEwYDVQQKEwxEaWdpQ2VydCBJbmMxGTAXBgNVBAsTEHd3dy5kaWdpY2VydC5j b20xIDAeBgNVBAMTF0RpZ2lDZXJ0IEdsb2JhbCBSb290IEcyMIIBIjANBgkqhkiG 9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAuzfNNNx7a8myaJCtSnX/RrohCgiN9RlUyfuI 2/Ou8jqJkTx65qsGGmvPrC3oXgkkRLpimn7Wo6h+4FR1IAWsULecYxpsMNzaHxmx 1x7e/dfgy5SDN67sH0NO3Xss0r0upS/kqbitOtSZpLYl6ZtrAGCSYP9PIUkY92eQ q2EGnI/yuum06ZIya7XzV+hdG82MHauVBJVJ8zUtluNJbd134/tJS7SsVQepj5Wz tCO7TG1F8PapspUwtP1MVYwnSlcUfIKdzXOS0xZKBgyMUNGPHgm+F6HmIcr9g+UQ vIOlCsRnKPZzFBQ9RnbDhxSJITRNrw9FDKZJobq7nMWxM4MphQIDAQABo0IwQDAP BgNVHRMBAf8EBTADAQH/MA4GA1UdDwEB/wQEAwIBhjAdBgNVHQ4EFgQUTiJUIBiV 5uNu5g/6+rkS7QYXjzkwDQYJKoZIhvcNAQELBQADggEBAGBnKJRvDkhj6zHd6mcY 1Yl9PMWLSn/pvtsrF9+wX3N3KjITOYFnQoQj8kVnNeyIv/iPsGEMNKSuIEyExtv4 NeF22d+mQrvHRAiGfzZ0JFrabA0UWTW98kndth/Jsw1HKj2ZL7tcu7XUIOGZX1NG Fdtom/DzMNU+MeKNhJ7jitralj41E6Vf8PlwUHBHQRFXGU7Aj64GxJUTFy8bJZ91 8rGOmaFvE7FBcf6IKshPECBV1/MUReXgRPTqh5Uykw7+U0b6LJ3/iyK5S9kJRaTe pLiaWN0bfVKfjllDiIGknibVb63dDcY3fe0Dkhvld1927jyNxF1WW6LZZm6zNTfl MrY= -----END CERTIFICATE----- to the end of the cert in ext/modules/payment/paypal Now I get a success when testing ssl connection inside the app
  48. 2 points
    burt

    28d, 2018

    I have the Final bonus being sent out today. It is a Header Tag module, so all you need to do is turn it on. I won't say what it does...I'd like you guys to try to find out what it does by trial and error. Should be fun :D :evil:
  49. 2 points
    28000+ posts and maybe a few hundred bad ones. 12000+ posts and maybe a few hundred bad ones. You -> 14 posts -> more than half are bad. Well done sir you just set a new record. Keep it up and you won't get past 20.
  50. 2 points
    Paul given your replies to those who were trying to help you I'm not surprised that you are not getting any further help. Remember that those who were replying to your posts are volunteers giving freely of their time and knowledge, just trying to help out. They should be treated with gratitude and respect. At this point you might want to try to make a fresh start. It's probably not to late. Dan
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