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  1. 10 points
    Harald Ponce de Leon

    Thank You

    Hi All.. 21 years - what a ride. I'm stepping down from all of my duties and want to thank everyone for the support provided to me, the team, and fellow members in the community. Holbi have been hard at work since the beginning of the year, bringing in fresh energy and a new direction. There's an exciting time ahead for the community! My farewell thank you to the community: https://medium.com/@haraldpdl/thank-you-62b5a49f12d3 ✌️
  2. 2 points

    New management and osCommerce v4

    Is that an official date or just a guess? It is very worrisome that the new owners have totally disappeared from this site. Not even bothering to answer questions posted to them. Their lack of presence here does not say much for their future support and is definitely not helping the brand. @osCommerce-Official hasn't even visited the forum since June???
  3. 2 points

    PHP 8.0 Upgrade to boxes.php class

    @Smoky Barnable take a look at this commit https://github.com/ruden/vanilla-oscommerce/commit/d4cdd7ca167492f5b1bbcaa08c3de858dc89fd20
  4. 1 point

    Custom templates

    To zalezy od wersji tych modułów . Ale to nic takiegeo duzego by je dopasowac. Najwazniejsze sa regoly php 7.xxx i wszystko bedzie dzialac. Wez ta wersje od rudena i zmien od samego poczatku na bootstrap 5. ( jesli jeszcze tego nie ma)To ci ulatwi wszystkie dalsze rozwiazania. html jest jeszcze w backend bardzo silnie zwiazany, ale to tez mozna z czasem zamienic.
  5. 1 point

    Custom templates

  6. 1 point

    Custom templates

    Zainstaluj lepiej Bootstrap bo 2.3.4-1 juz jest za stara. Z tego co pamiętam juz php 7 robi głębokie problemy. Poszukaj albo EDGE albo FORZEN na github. https://github.com/puddlec/frozen https://github.com/Gergely/oscommerce_ce
  7. 1 point
    Order Confirmation Page No, no
  8. 1 point

    Custom templates

    Hej Sławek, z jekiego systemu korzystasz ? osC 2.3.4 standart, Bootstrap albo Phoenix ? Pozdrawiam Piotrek.
  9. 1 point
    It is probably due to this line list($dollar, $cent) = split('\\'.$decimal, $price); Try changing it to list($dollar, $cent) = explode($decimal, $price);
  10. 1 point
    Phoenix and the community editions never cared about compatibility with SEO URLs. If I were you I would stay on my working shop and wait for the release of V4, even though there is no confirmed release date and no one knows if it will be production ready when released. But at least from the information shared there will be a built in migration path for URLs. Or you can commit SEO suicide and abandon SEO URLs to continue on with Phoenix.
  11. 1 point

    New management and osCommerce v4

    Hello Demitry, Many of today's programmers for OsComm were born in this forum over the past 20 years. Most of the clones and versions of e-commerce were born here too. Thousands of store owners have learned the basics of programming right here. Today's concept for most e-commerce products is commerce. Money. For this reason, we see very frequent (necessary or unnecessary) changes to the code, which are primarily aimed at stopping the previous version and receiving orders for updating (modification, modernization, improvement, security, etc.). I understand that permanent jobs and high wages are needed. This is also correct. Hundreds of thousands of stores can be provided commercially. Owners will not program. But there is a small number of people, perhaps 1 thousand, for whom this is interesting and who can dig into the code themselves. What are these people to do? 🐻
  12. 1 point

    New management and osCommerce v4

    We expected a new release in June, but soon August ...
  13. 1 point
    My osC version does not have this boxes.php class file. However, I believe you have to make that function __construct change to each of the class XXXXX extends tableBox, function XXXXX in that file.
  14. 1 point
    @ebarrett replace code in file includes/modules/content/login/cm_paypal_login.php https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ruden/vanilla-oscommerce/7eed5ef7fb7f4ab07a0bbcfa97008e136211d0c8/catalog/includes/modules/content/login/cm_paypal_login.php
  15. 1 point

    [Contribution] Option Types v2

    Those items in capital letters are definitions. They appear like that when the definition is used but does not exist. As mentioned previously, most versions of this addon included those definitions in the configure files. But later version placed them in a different file or the database. The easiest thing to do is to search the addon (all of it, not just the php files) for one of those definitions, like OPTIONS_TYPE_TEXTAREA_NAME. You should get more than one result. Check each one to be sure you have made the indicated change. If you only get one result, then you are probably using a partial update. Some people got lazy when uploading updates to addons and would only upload changed files instead of the complete package. If that is the case, you will need to check the previous releases until you find a complete one.
  16. 1 point
    Ok, its been a while since i got a reply for this.. i went through and used that demo site again, and now that site takes me to a blank page when i try and log in. I feel like im so close to this working, this is just frustrating!
  17. 1 point

    Easy Populate V 3.0

    I will continue to support all of my addons since I have clients that use them. Whether or not I can offer the support here is unknown at the moment. Phoenix isn't allowed here but my addons work for other versions that are allowed so I don't know where that leaves things. As for it not working, it works fine in I don't support minor upgrades, for free, since they come out too often and I have other things to do. This is the same for any developer, or at least it used to be. So if you want to always use the very latest version of Phoenix, you will have problems like this. You can post the problem you are having here, at least for now, and if it an easy fix I will post that. Otherwise, you will need to wait for the next release or pay for support.
  18. 1 point
    Well,.. you know, if I were a 14-year-old girl for the first time at a house party listening to you while hanging on to my girlfriend’s arm and the kitchen counter to keep from falling after my 3rd cooler,.. I’d be REALLY IMPRESSED! …but please, tell me again, how your code is THE BEST EVER and EVERYONE in the world is going to use your code even if they don’t have osCommerce or an actual website. LMAO!!!
  19. 1 point

    Next osCommerce v4 demo

    Hi there! @osCommerce-Official Well, currently I make a new OSCommerce shop, under OSCommerce 2.3.x (well, last stable branch I mean). As you know I'm patiently (impatient lol), to see as developper, which code is the OSCommerce V4 contain ! I don't really like "meeting demo", "video recording", because I like concrete things, I like test myself. (you know, some nowadays developers use for some OpenStreetMaps over Google Maps, so.. why using a proprietary Google Meet for showing demos???) I like interactive demo, where I can explore both: source code and visual rendering. From as i see, that V4 is doesn't yet ready, I don't lose interest to that project, (indeed not), but, I'm really feeling communication is more for "end-user people" than "developers one". Please release the source code (at least a screenshot), and better if you give a gitHub repository which, us, developers can explore from our own hands and eyes ! Thanks for the reading. Have a good ending week. Wish the best for V4 OSCommerce!
  20. 1 point

    New management and osCommerce v4

    Привет Вадим, спасибо за ответ. Yes, I saw that a day or so back, on the Team page. Two things about that page. There are duplicate entries for Kate Dyachenko and Serhii Gakhov. And, the osC profiles are not set up for your team members, though I only checked a couple of them. This is not of great importance at this time, but does go to credibility as you move forward and,.. if you plan to keep the forums. Having a dedicated team of Ukrainians and Russians is indeed Very promising! So as an “on premises" solution (and especially when you move to SaaS), ..does that mean that this will no longer be an open-source software that can be downloaded and installed locally? Because the “os” in osCommerce does stand for “open source.” And, if that’s the case, then this is quite different than Magento, and actually more like Shopify. By the way, I am not a fan of Shopify or BigCommerce. I mentioned them because today’s eComm-cart popularity has direct correlation to the fact that the majority of store owners are not technical and do not want to be. That’s one of the main directives pursued by the prior unmentionable, who is directly responsible for the mismanagement and the dismantling of osC and its brand equity. I’m talking about the blatant ignorance and stupidity.. such as,.. releasing new osC versions that store-owners could not update their stores to. And, the inability of osC software to be updated to new PHP versions. Other crucial mismanagement issues like,.. Excluding the integration of common-place & basic eCommerce features such as Order Tracking, SEO, MVS, product attribute management, site and form security, shipping calculators, RMA system, and many, Many others! These are all standard features offered with every eComm cart out there today, but of course, not with osCommerce. So Vadym, the point of this is that I hope that you choose not to pursue any part of that same “I live in my mom’s basement while I pretend to manage an eCommerce software” strategy, otherwise, you’re just setting yourself, your team, and the new software release for failure. Ok, so I am happy to hear that this is not some philanthropic endeavor to give away your time & energy. That certainly gives more value to the software, its potential future, and perceived longevity. However, your initiative to monetize is not very clear from your response. If you plan to in-house the new osC, and charge for account access, support, and addons/customization,.. that’s one thing. On the other hand, if your services include store-owner ordered customization and development, then this is a conflict of interest. Actually, I am not very clear on how you plan to monetize this software. I am willing to invest in something new that I believe will provide a viable long-term solution for my needs as a store-owner, but not if it is anything like what that unmentionable predecessor did,.. or I should say, ..did nothing with. Good! I’m glad to hear that! Additionally, I recommend removing any and all references to Zombie Phoenix. That includes the news articles related to it. There are about 22 articles on the https://www.oscommerce.com/Us&News page. This is confusing to anyone who is new to osC because this software is no longer an osC product. The same goes for Zombie Phoenix addons and addon-updates that are part of non-Zombie Phoenix addons,.. including those of my own. As well as, any and all forum topics, discussions, and posts related to that “other” cart software. Let it all be gone like a fart in the wind!
  21. 1 point
    Hi Demitry! Yes, indeed, Vadym's here. Nice to e-meet you! I'm afraid my days of programming a long gone (well, never say never!) but we are a decent size team of engineers who are looking forward to re-establishing osCommerce as a mainstream, "cool" Ecommerce platform. There are two reasons why we do it: - we want to make it a successful business for ourselves, and for the members of this community - this is what osCommerce as a brand, and members of this community fully deserve - to see it grow again after years of not being developed Product-to-market strategy can not be disclosed on a public forum, however there are indeed some points that can: - osCommerce v4 will be an "on premises" solution to start with. Next year we will consider SaaS option as well. As an "on premises" Ecommerce platform it will not be competing with the likes of Shopify directly, but rather with Magento and similar - osCommerce v4 will come fully SEO and mobile optimised, supporting design templates, with built in CMS and design editor, a number of great features - all free. - osCommerce v4 will come ready for a number of osCommerce-created add-ons and, eventually - for add-ons created by the members of this community - it is going to be a relatively low-code platform, that will allow not just designers and developers, but also pro-users like consultants, Ecommerce and marketing managers, etc using it to customise customer experience It may not have sense to compare it to WooCommerce though, as Woo is less a specialist Ecommerce platform than osCommerce and is perhaps not as suitable to solve customer problems that osCommerce can resolve. Feeling noble indeed, but we are in business, and have been for quite a few years. It makes no sense to run osCommerce for the sake of it. It shall work and bring profit. The strategy is to achieve success not just through sales of our own services, but by allowing members of this community offering their solutions and services too. We want osCommerce is to become a business engine, available to everyone who is interested in it, able to use it, and happy to play by the rules. It is a complete re-write indeed. Not to worry, it will not. Since it is a complete re-write, it will not be able to support any 3rd party plugins as such. We will be publishing guides on how to create new add-ons, new design themes (templates), new widgets, and new modules (like payment, shipping, order total, etc). There's definitely a learning curve there, but eventually it will be well worth it, for everyone!
  22. 1 point

    osCommerce v4 demo

    Let me ask you, where can you see the demo version of the new osCommerce v4? Am I missing something?
  23. 1 point
    I always like it when someone with greater knowledge than mine tells me not to worry. So I am now here in Australia not worrying