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  1. 5 points
    Jack_mcs

    Database Optimizer

    A new version has been uploaded with these changes: Changed call to defined location in database_optimizer.php. Found by @raiwa. Fixed some compatibility issues with php 7.3. Added a version for Phoenix. Removed the calls to load the filename and database files in the After 2.3 version. Replaced mysql_error with mysqli_error for php 7 compatibility. Found by @Demitry. Updated the included Version Checker file that works with the new apps section.
  2. 4 points
    raiwa

    Discount Code BS

    Uploaded Update: Discount Codes 5.3.0. Compatibility: Phoenix 1.0.6.1+, tested with Phoenix 1.0.7.2 Updated order total module to abstract_module. Updated shopping cart content module to abstract_executable_module. Fixed some minor order total calculation errors. Thanks to @yahalimu for the report and sponsoring Changed checkout payment content module to hook and new page layout. Changed checkout process hook to checkout module. Switched off error reporting in discount.php to stabilize ajax processing if error reporting is on. Added accidentally removed "Include in order info" setting in admin/discount_codes.php.
  3. 2 points
    The image URLs are made by appending the image name to the image directory URL. So you only want the portion of the path after the images directory. In your example, that would be cat2/cat-test-01.jpg
  4. 2 points
    raiwa

    Discount Code BS

    I just wanted to update the Discount Code AddOn and found that the above path is already fixed since version 5.2.0. You should use the latest AddOn versions
  5. 2 points
    kgtee

    Mouse cursor active in the search box

    I have tried this and it works. Edit the file admin/categories.php. 1) Find the line at around line 888: Change it to: 2) Add this javascript to the bottom of the file: Done.
  6. 2 points
    This one will run on any version of Phoenix.
  7. 1 point
    It seems like every other question posted nowadays is about how to upgrade an older version of oscommerce and the op usually references the official version. This post is meant to provide a quick reference for how to convert an older shop to the current, recommended, one. First, the version that should be used is commonly called the Bootstrap, BS or Responsive version. It can be located here. One should not use the official version. The official version can be installed via the hosts control panel so it is easy to think that is the one to use - it is not. Since the BS version is not directly compatible with other versions, the following steps will be needed: Install the BS version into a new location Convert the database. See this thread for help with that. Install whatever addons the site needs. You need to be sure the addon will work with the BS version. This thread mentions specific ones but there are many others that will work. If in doubt, ask in the support thread for the addon in question. If you intend to use paypal, then install the Paypal App. At this point you should have a working shop. Test it thoroughly, especially the payment and shipping modules, before going live with it. When you are ready to go live, Mark your current shop as down for maintenance ( a simple index.html file is fine for this purpose ). Make a backup of the current shops database and files. Convert the database to the BS version. Replace all of the files with the new shops files. Edit the configure files so they work as the live shop. Remove the blocking page. If everything has gone correctly, the conversion should be complete.
  8. 1 point
    Tsimi

    Discount Code BS

    This following package is based on the Discount Code for osCommerce 2.3.1 Addon. I was able to reduce the install process from 16 steps down to 9 steps. Database tables and filenames definition have been removed. I tried to keep the code changes to a minimum. SQL install/uninstall is done automatically with the ot_ module. Download:
  9. 1 point
    ArtcoInc

    Excludes based on page

    @DivebombInc Take one of the 'static' pages, such as 'Terms and Conditions'. Copy and rename it (both the code and the language files). Replace everything between the opening and closing 'contentContainer' divs with your gallery code. Finally, add the link(s) to your gallery where ever you want them (navbar, footer, etc). M
  10. 1 point
    ecartz

    Insert / Update / Delete Categories Images

    No, the DB update would stay the same. The only change you'd need to make is " . TABLE_CATEGORIES . " to categories. Otherwise , the code that you posted should be correct. Except that it's missing the confirmation step. You have the button and you have the code that processes the confirmation. But I don't see the actual step for confirming the deletion.
  11. 1 point
    Jack_mcs

    Phoenix easy populate addon v1.0.6.0

    Are you using my version - the one I mentioned? There is one instruction for Phoenix. What "multiple directions" are you seeing?
  12. 1 point
    Jack_mcs

    Excludes based on page

    Yes, that is possible but it would require adding code in several places. But if you just want a page to display images, using a product page isn't the best way to do it. There are addons for that purpose. You will need to find one that works with your version of oscommerce.
  13. 1 point
    Jack_mcs

    Google is not indexing my website

    @ralgierePlease see my PM regarding the link. Also, you are doing something called "keyword stuffing" in the meta keywords tag. That is where any keyword you can think of is placed in that tag. Google doesn't use the tag but they do look at it and if the keywords are not mentioned in the text on the page, they may lower the ranking for that page or, in severe cases, block the page and/or site. So you need to correct that.
  14. 1 point
    14steve14

    Google is not indexing my website

    You may find in it includes/application_top.php as that is where most of the stuff in the head tags is from.
  15. 1 point
    Jack_mcs

    Google is not indexing my website

    How do you know you are being blocked? Did you get a message or is it just that you are not seeing your site when checking google? You should login to your webmaster tools account, or create one if you don't have one. If it is a new account, it might be a while before they visit the site but it is usually within days. You may also want to look at this page.
  16. 1 point
    Jack_mcs

    Google is not indexing my website

    You don't need to make any changes to get google to crawl your site. There are many changes you can make to improve what gets listed and how well it ranks but the actual listing is done without any effort, assuming your site has not been banned by them. To see what they have listed, use this to search on google: site:your url
  17. 1 point
    14steve14

    admin header links fixed position

    I will be honest when I first installed 1.0.7.0. I hated the horizontal menu but I added text next to the icons and now all is easier until I get used to whats where.
  18. 1 point
    DivebombInc

    Installation issues

    ...i hate you
  19. 1 point
    burt

    Installation issues

    Phoenix is the official Community Edition of osCommerce, which (in short) means that it is made by the Community and looked after by the Community - that is Shopowners, PRO developers, amateur developers and even some who do not use this software (as they know that the work we do benefits their cart) - all doing their best to make the Project thrive. Solomono has no input on and no connection to Phoenix. I suggest you try both. That will answer a lot of your questions.
  20. 1 point
    peterpil19

    Installation issues

    Welcome. Make sure to join the Phoenix Club. It's the dedicated part of the forum for Phoenix. If you choose to become a supporter (recommended) you get access to free modules to improve your shop. Also if you run into trouble, there are certified developers who you can engage for help. Peter
  21. 1 point
    ecartz

    Installation issues

    Download page: yellow button.
  22. 1 point
    ArtcoInc

    Installation issues

    @DivebombInc What I was saying is that in the link you posted above, you are trying to install osC v2.3.4. That version dates back to 2014! The last 'official' release was v2.3.4.1, back in 2017. Please note that these versions are NOT responsive, and will crash when your host upgraded to PHP v7.x. The current 'Community Edition' is called Phoenix, and is responsive (it adjusts the display to fit your customer's screen size. With all of the mobile devices these days, this is important! (plus, Google will penalize you if your site isn't responsive!)). It also runs under PHP v7.x. So, if you are doing a fresh install, I suggest you use Phoenix instead. Malcolm
  23. 1 point
    ecartz

    Installation issues

    My guess would be that something went wrong with the FTP upload. Try it again. You could also upload just the install.php file. But usually it's not just one file that goes missing. So either do the whole thing or at least the install directory (and all contents). You might check that you aren't out of filesystem quota. Some hosts have limits.
  24. 1 point
    On the 25th May 2018 the updated General Data Protection Regulations comes into force. Well who knew anything about that. It would appear that the EU has or is about to change the way that people collect and store others data. This apparently supersedes the Data Protection Act in the UK. It has also been mentioned that when we leave the EU we will still need to comply with the regulations as the EU has made it worldwide somehow. Has any store owner seen a sensible easy to understand website that explains how this may affect store owners, or like me have you never heard about this until now.
  25. 1 point
    burt

    [Addon] Product Sort Within Category

    Totally forgot about that. Well remembered!
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