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    Dan Cole

    Modular Shopping Cart

    I think you're right. Dan
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    Dan Cole

    Modular Shopping Cart

    Do you have the modular shopping cart installed? Dan
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    Absolutely. Afterwards I saw that I also needed to change Line 171 from: <p class="col-xs-9"><?php echo tep_output_string_protected($customer['customers_name'] ); ?></p> to: <p class="col-xs-9"><?php echo tep_output_string_protected(strstr($customer['customers_name'], ' ', true)); ?></p> Because when a customer clicks the link to write a review, it was displaying their last name, and they might be scared off of leaving a review, not knowing that their last name wouldn't actually show up......if that makes sense, anyway, it looks like it works fine, so thanks for explaining how to do it.........
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    yep - see http://bromleybr.co.uk/bsjc/product_info.php?products_id=20 Price without tax is $54.99 og now shows <meta property="product:price:amount" content="58.84" /> code that is running is here: https://github.com/BrockleyJohn/Responsive-osCommerce/tree/test_og_fix
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    Faceted Search add-on

    v0.2 is now released in osCommerce add-on section. I added support for mobile version, as well as various improvements and bug fixes. This thread is now a support thread for the add-on. https://apps.oscommerce.com/Apps&qink1&faceted-multi-filtered-product-search Please let me know any issues you may find. Project is quite complex, so I am sure it is not bug-free. I currently run this module live on my site: www.hatsfromoz.com.au Rudolf
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    I wondered if there are any and it made me smile :D https://remoteok.io/remote-oscommerce-jobs
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    I did not refer to storing the actual card information locally in the database - that I advise against unless you know what you're doing with PCI DSS (you 99% don't, so don't try). What I'm referring to is allowing the payment service provider store the card information on their servers and have them deal with PCI DSS (they are 100% compliant as it's their business). The payment service provider sends you a token which is stored locally in the database and is referenced for future payments. This token must be of course secured locally just the same as your payment service provider credentials must be secured. The last 4 digits of the card number is stored so the customer knows what card is going to get charged. It is here where CVV and 3D Secure can be configured to be asked for again as they have already been verified when the first purchase was made. The PayPal and Braintree Apps have this as a configuration option. Other payment modules that support vault storage are also configurable to enable the feature. The card input fields are loaded via iframe from the payment service provider so the card information never touches your server. There is no need to worry about PCI DSS even when stored tokens are enabled.