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    Many thanks for your feedback! We'll consider it.
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    That's how the redirect addons work. The non-rewrtten url is something like ...com/product_info.php?product_id=123 The rewriters replaces that with the rewritten url and issues a 301 for the non-rewritten url. At least, that is how the Ultimate SEO and SEO 5 addons work. The text part of the url is taken from the product name. It should not have an affect on the links in the search engines. That is, if google has a link for productA.html and your site has myproductA.html, the url rewriter should find the correct page. Again, for the two addons mentioned above. If I were you I would first figure out what google is listing the same product with a different name. If you have a google sitemap addon installed, which you should, then see if it has the urls that match google or your site. It might be that that addon, if it exists, isn't compatible with the rewriter you are using.
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    When to expect osCommerce v4 release

    Hello, thank you! 😉 Yes, some part of our team had to move to Europe when war started, some of us - went to army to defend our country, and all others - alive and still working.
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    osCommerce v4 public demo

    Thank you very much ! I am having fun testing the different demos and I found one thing that really bothers me and that will be a big brake on the purchase. For example here: https://demo.oscommerce.com/furniture/erin-trundle-bed-with-pocket-spring-mattresses When I want to see the details of "12 month Warranty" and "Pay on delivery", I go on a new page with no possibility to return to the product I wanted to buy. I think it would be better to put the information in a pop-up, so I would stay on the product page and I could buy it easily if the information provided suits me.
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    Marketplace features

    Hello to start this topic : Sellers primarily want to sell. This means listing, selling and dispatching products efficiently. Buyers primarily want to buy. This means searching for the best products and purchasing them quickly. The platform connects buyers with sellers and generates revenue doing it. This means having the right tools to support The administrator must able to take fees (montly, annual) and via subscription or by products sell. Example of functionnalities can include in the version. Authorization and Security (user must sign up for providing personal details such as name, gender, email, date of birth, phone number, password) – here in Syndicode we take it as a priority: all user data must be protected! Registration for vendors. Vendors will have access to all functionality provided on your online marketplace, meaning they will be able to indicate the minimum or fixed price for their item, for example. Another important thing is the ability for the user to sign up via social network which is much easier than classic way suggests. Managing user profile and personal details update (this is more important for sellers than buyers because seller information should be clearly presented and easily managed by publishers). Note, that authorized users need to have the possibility to become publishers and add their content. Managing Listing (Listing is products or services on a web marketplace). Sellers need to publish and manage their items. Here you can check Woobra – perfect example of marketplace for product sourcing where Syndicode implemented this functionality of listing managing. For site visitors we added the ability to search, use a filter and view detailed information; for site publishers – to add a new listing, view their listings, publish, edit or unpublish their listing, etc. Booking/order process for clients (this functionality built to ensure reserving goods and services by users and collecting delivery information by publishers). Here developers need to add also the possibility for communication between viewers and publishers. Order management should allow multiple viewers and publishers to collaborate. Payment option (Online Marketplace requires advanced payment functionality: payment system, ability to use credit cards, cash, PayPal, billing and invoice operations). In Syndicode we usually develop marketplaces with multiple payment methods to ensure that both user’ groups can use them in the most convenient way. Don’t forget about Payout: publishers should retrieve their money from the system – this functionality demands additional code. Major payment providers have solutions for that, for example, Stripe Connect. Reviews and ratings (this instrument aimed to help publishers and customers understand the situation on the market and build trust between each other). Both sides should be able to see listings reviews, customers will be able to write them and rate listings. Notifications (they used for tracking the process of building relationships between viewer and publisher: with them, users can be informed about the arrival of their order and so on). Obviously, the user must be able to change notifications settings. The most widespread notification methods are SMS and emails. Landing pages for clients and vendors. There should be a possibility to set and customize different layouts for landing pages depends whether they aimed to capture clients’ or vendors’ attention. Landing pages for clients must be easily customized by vendors according to their needs (top products list, location data or special offers, collecting emails and so on). Browsing content (this feature lets the user find what he is looking for). As navigation getting more smooth the more attention is paid to the products. You can browse through Syndicode projects to evaluate our approach for navigation and design – we take user comfort among the first priorities. Customer service (allows to keep in touch with the customer and grow his loyalty). In this part marketplaces usually use promotions, partners recruitment, collecting and visualizing data to understand tendencies, email campaigns for customer onboarding.
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    Import - export process

    Hello, There some screenshot about the import and export Currently, the import is in csv but it's possible in the future to have more choices as json, xml .... I do not see a specific import from Osc. The process is quite simple via a mapping: You must choose for example products and you can import your products Note: The import does not link for example between categories and products, you must make a manual action to reorganize your catalog. The mapping Export process in csv
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    Hi fjfa. There's a number of Java scripts that can help you do that. The hard part is to get the Java selection added to the cart, but as you say - there's no contrib made for that (yet). If you look at the source here: http://www.plexiglas-shop.com/DE/en/cutter.htm?$product=foxtncj6077%7Ep&comeFrom=detail then you'll find a working Java...