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  1. 4 points
    I think you may get passed back to gary's last reply. Whilst its gary that is doing the hard work, it the store owners and developers who have supported him over the years with his 28 days of code modules and the Phoenix supporters. Without either of them oscommerce would not be here today. If it had been left to those that want something for nothing and are not happy with that so they want more, then there would be no oscommerce.
  2. 3 points
    @Demitry You'll find additional information about it in the Phoenix club...sign up there if you haven't already and you'll find a thread describing what it does and an explanation of how it works. Basically Gary has split the product information pages up into modules that you can control the placement of from the admin side....in addition to the normal sort order you can select whether something is placed at the top, left, right, perhaps center and bottom of the page. You can also control the width the item occupies. It in effect gives you total control over the placement of items on the product information page. It's a must have and should give you a good idea of how to achieve what you want. You'll need to become a supporter to get the actual code but you can at least have a look to see if it is the sort of thing you're trying to achieve. Supporting Phoenix is something everyone using osC, in it's various forms, should do. If it's not in a shop owners budget it needs to be. Dan
  3. 3 points
    Most users I think do not wish to become a slave to a constant upgrade merry go round. As before most will just pick a point in time and install it, make the mods they need to make a usable working live shop and stick with it. It's wonderfull news that supporters are getting aditional code and early access to new versons. I'm sure they are very happy with this. However I don't see the point of you constantly posting this out side the closed club! It's of no use to anyone who is not part of the closed club. If they are part of the club then they will already know about it. osC forum has never been a place for hard selling! I'm sure people can make desisions without it beeing constantly pushed into their faces. This second hand cars sales (chugging) approach is not a nice look for osC 😊 but if that's the route chosen then so be it.
  4. 3 points
    @puggybelle Hi Andrea, Phoenix is a fully-functional product based on a code base that has evolved over many many years. I am using it (as others are) for my live shop. Point releases are optional and you can wait for more significant releases instead (i.e. 1.3.0) but I would always recommend keeping your shop software up to date. It us up to you when you update. I reckon I am forced to install updates to Windows / MacOS /iOS and other software on my mac, work pc and iphone almost every week. If you sometimes hit the equivalent of the ‘Snooze’ button you can install later but at your own risk of missing out on improved features and addressing security risks. Properly maintained software gets maintained, and we are fortunate to count on @burt to not just do that, whilst improving the code base. The number of point releases should be seen as being directly proportionate to the level of support Phoenix is getting (at no charge to shopowners). This should give your greater comfort, not cause for concern. I wouldn’t want to invest in a shop whose software gets touched only once a year or less frequently
  5. 2 points
    Before anyone starts I am fully aware of the PI modules available to some supporters, but some may not be supporters and may want a different layout to their product_info.php pages. For ease the PI modules should be obtained by becoming a supporter of Phoenix by paying either monthly or annually. I spent a while trying to change the look of my product pages in Phoenix but could not get the effect that I had in Edge. This is down to a change in BS4 compared to the older BS3. In BS3 it was easy to place modules next to each other in the product info pages just by using the sort order and content widths, but that functionality was removed with BS4. What this mod does is to replace the content block of code found in product_info.php from one to four blocks. One full width across the top, two in the centre side by side and one full width across the bottom of the page. Different widths of the centre two blocks can be altered in the product_info.php page code. It does change the code in the core product_info.php page and there is a need to create some new folders in the product info modules and languages folders. Once done any new module created for the standard product info page can be used with no changes. To fill the full width of the two centre blocks you should use a content width of 12. New blocks can easily be added to create greater page variation by adding similar blocks to those now found in the product_info.php file, and creating the new folders needed. Existing new blocks can also be moved around the page by changing product_info.php. Totally stand alone with one core code change to product_info.php. Has been tested on Phoenix 1.0.2.5 only but may work on other versions. Will not work on pre Phoenix code. Some of the modules in the images may not be available to non supporters. Available at https://apps.oscommerce.com/wilqp&better-product-info-page-layout-phoenix
  6. 2 points
    @vanzantz those two exploit reports are from the same bloke and they are not verified. I think they are wrong, he doesn't understand what a boolean-based sql injection attack is or for that matter how to test for a sql injection vulnerability of any kind. FWIW I am confident your tool is reporting a false positive and the code is perfectly safe. I can find no report anywhere that integer casting is not proof against injection. You always end up with an integer, so you can never get anything but found or not found for a match to the review_id and you can't add anything to the sql statement. Of course it's possible he's just a better hacker than I am a coder 😉
  7. 2 points
    I believe it is intentional to ensure customers spear ahead to checkout and not to be distracted by other things. 😀
  8. 2 points
    raiwa

    Ultimate Seo Urls 5 Pro

    @peterpil19, I tested my updated version from the 2018 EDGE shop on Phoenix 1.0.2.5. It works error free (error reporting set to ALL) The last uploaded package R2.09 (october 2018): throws errors. I believe my version is based on Release 2.08 Some update for the href lang tags of the latest version have been added, all seems to work correct. But I didn't do a very exhausted testing. Here the package including the modified files for Phoenix 1.0.2.5: Ultimate_SEO_URLs_5_Phoenix_beta.zip Here the link to the GitHub repository of the complete shop: https://github.com/raiwa/Responsive-osCommerce/tree/Ultimate-Seo-URLs-5 The instructions are not updated, just upload the "drop on top" and "compare_files" modified files. If you have a test shop and would like to give it a try and others too. The href lang tags need a multilanguage store with at least 2 languages. I'll try to contact the author to see if he would like to upload this as an update. I really have no time to give support for this.
  9. 2 points
    If you join the club and look through that thread someone might have commented about using it on EDGE...I'm just not sure. You could always ask there as well. Phoenix is just an improved version of EDGE so my guess is that it would work or could be made to do so fairly easily. Dan
  10. 2 points
    Phoenix users - please get Better Together for Phoenix here: https://apps.oscommerce.com/Apps&XpyA1&better-together-for-phoenix
  11. 2 points
    ecartz

    Framework searched for Homepage

    So you want to go to https://www.attias.ch/angebot.html and have it look like https://www.attias.ch/ishop/conditions.php (with different text of course)? If you're OK with changing the name to angebot.php, you could just make copies of the conditions page files. angebot.php from conditions.php includes/languages/german/angebot.php from includes/languages/german/conditions.php In the new file, change require('includes/languages/' . $language . '/conditions.php'); $breadcrumb->add(NAVBAR_TITLE, tep_href_link('conditions.php')); to require('includes/languages/' . $language . '/angebot.php'); $breadcrumb->add(NAVBAR_TITLE, tep_href_link('angebot.php')); and in the language file, change define('NAVBAR_TITLE', 'Conditions of Use'); define('HEADING_TITLE', 'Conditions of Use'); define('TEXT_INFORMATION', 'Put here your Conditions of Use information.'); to reflect what you want to show, e.g. define('NAVBAR_TITLE', 'Unser Angebot'); define('HEADING_TITLE', 'Unser Angebot'); define('TEXT_INFORMATION', <<<'EOTEXT' <h2>Briefmarken</h2> <p>Schweiz ab 1850 Einzelmarken/Sätze ab 40 % SBK</p> <p>Rayon, Strubel, Sitzende Helvetia, Stehende Helvetia, Ziffermarken, Tellknaben und Brustbild, Freimarken, Werbemarken, Pro Juventute, Pro Patria, Blocks, Zuschlagsausgaben, Automaten-Marken, Rollenmarken, Porto Marken, Zusammenhängende, Zwischenstege, Kehrdrucke, Dienstmarken, Stempel Neuheiten, Schweizer Neuheiten, Schweizer Spezialitäten, Jahreszusammenstellungen, Abarten, Postfrisch , Gestempelt, FDC's, Vollstempel, Ersttag Vollstempel, Frankaturware etc... Diverse Länder</p> <p>UNO Genf, Deutschland (in Bearbeitung).<br /> Posten und Sammlungen</p> <p>Kleine Posten und Sammlungen ab 10.-, Kiloware Schweiz und Ausland (Briefmarken zum Ablösen), Länder- und Motivsammlungen je nach Angebot.</p> <p>Wühlkiste - jeder Brief 1.- Stutz - hier findet jeder einen kleinen Schatz. Ansichtskarten</p> <p>Weit über 15'000 Schweizer Ansichtskarten am Lager (Litho, Lichtdrucke, Foto-AK's). Zubehör</p> <p>Briefmarken-Kataloge (SBK, Zumstein, Michel), Sammler-Zubehör von Leuchtturm (einiges am Lager), Lindner auf Bestellung. Hüllen für Ansichtskarten und Briefe, Archivierung etc., Briefmarken Alben, Systemalben für Briefmarken, Briefe, FDC, Ansichtskarten, Vordruckalben, Pinzetten, Lupen etc.<br /> Fehllisten Bearbeitung</p> <p>Wir bearbeiten gerne Ihre Fehllisten für Briefmarken, falls die gewünschten Marken nicht am Lager vorrätig sind, suchen wir Sie gerne kostenlos in Ihrem Auftrag und offerieren Ihnen diese. Hier können Sie uns mitteilen, was Sie suchen, bzw. was Ihnen fehlt.</p> <p>Briefmarken-Neuheiten können bei uns im Abonnement bezogen werden!</p> EOTEXT ); I prefer the nowdoc syntax for multiple line strings. There are also contributions like Page Editor , but it doesn't look like that's been updated for Phoenix. If you have budget, you could pay someone to do that. Either post in the Commercial Support Inquiries forum or PM @burt to see if he has something like that for Phoenix Supporters (annual fee required). If it's important that the name end in .html, then you could configure Apache's mod_rewrite to do that.
  12. 2 points
    Cost and Gross Margin in Admin Thank you for this add-on. It is very useful. I combine this add-on and the little mod submitted by YePix, and now I get the following info displayed. Now, whenever I enter a value in any of the 3 boxes, the margin will update automatically. A big thank to you. I am willing to share the code with you if you require, though I believe you are able to do the same yourself. Cheers!
  13. 2 points
    What a load of old tosh. As this is someones first post I can only assume that they have been put up to it by someone. I can only guess who as its been a buzz for that one person to be negative and cause trouble where they can. A person that likes things for free and does little to give back. I hope those mentioned take little notice of the negative comments from someone who clearly does not know what they are talking about. Without the work put in by all those listed as expert programmers osc would not be what it is today. Some of those named have moved on and good luck to them in what they do but without then we would all be worse off. May be those that instigated this post would like to give the same time to the project as others have in the past, then we can all see where we are in the future.
  14. 2 points
    burt

    Marketplace Category/Version Cleanup

    There you go people, we've been told off for not doing enough. LOL
  15. 2 points
    It seemed for a number of years that the future of osCommerce was in jeopardy as new development was moving at a slow pace. However thanks to osCommerce users and community members it seems that an enthusiastic programmer community is now contributing to updating the program at a rapid rate. Three cheers! To valquiria23 for being an amazing encourager, and I wish you the very best. It seems that there are now 43 Phoenix-compatible add-on’s in the Apps Marketplace Showcase that has been submitted by incredibly gifted souls such as JcMagpie, raiwa, peterpil19 and others, so “Thank You All For Your Hard Work, Dedication, And Talent.” One can only imagine what unique feature add-ons will be coming shortly from other expert programmers such as Harald Ponce de Leon, Jan Zonjee, G Burton, Gergely Tóth, Daniel Brinkmann, John Doswell, Stefan Kanitz, Ingo Malchow, Henri Schmidhuber, Dan Cole, Fred, Jack, Jim Keebaugh, Lambros, Malcolm, and Phil.
  16. 1 point
    JcM footer Open Street Map V1.2 Phoenix A simple add-on that allows you to place a Open Street Map into the footer. It’s a simple no core change add-on so just copy files over go to admin and install and set up.
  17. 1 point
    JcM Prod Info Delivery Note V1.0 Phoenix This is a simple add-on that will allow you to place delivery note on your product info page.
  18. 1 point
    JcM CKEditor V1.1 Has been updated to apply to newsletter and email in admin. Now you can spice up your newsletters and emails with images and html layout within admin.
  19. 1 point
    burt

    Facebook Shop Module

    My advice is, always; make for your own needs if possible try to do it without core code changes this simply makes things easier in the future for upgrading also makes it easier to share with others If it was me; I'd create a spreadsheet with the ID and full name of the taxonomy - spreadsheets are easy to keep updated if google decide to change taxonomies... I'd create a dropdown box using the spreadsheet data this box would do exactly as your input box performs, just update the category_id appropriately Keep It Simple.
  20. 1 point
    @Garret Krampe Sorry to hear you got off to a bad start with installing the old 2.3.4 cpanel version - it is way out of date. As mentioned above - your first port of call should be the Phoenix Club. You're right - you should start again with Phoenix 1.0.2.5. - perfect for mobile use - see the link below - look at the bottom of the page for 1.0.2.5 Much on your list is already in Phoenix but otherwise available as modules - just upload - no code hacking. Some of your requirements are particular to your business model but you'll get help here to do them.
  21. 1 point
    ecartz

    [Contribution] Multi Pickup

    In includes/modules/shipping/multipickup.php, around line 61, find while ($store = tep_db_fetch_array($qstores)) { and change to $this->quotes['methods'] = array(); while ($store = tep_db_fetch_array($qstores)) { One line added. No existing lines changed.
  22. 1 point
    ecartz

    Framework searched for Homepage

    With mod_rewrite (Apache), you don't even have to redirect. It is quite capable of serving the content of angebot.php when angebot.html is requested. I'm not sure that's necessary. Google is quite capable of crawling .php pages with static content. For example, searching for "Put here your Conditions of Use information." returns results from multiple osCommerce sites, even though that is certainly useless content. Documentation: https://httpd.apache.org/docs/trunk/rewrite/remapping.html High ranked internet tutorial: https://aloneonahill.com/blog/url-rewriting-for-beginners Example: RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^angebot.html$ angebot.php [L] When angebot.html is requested, that will serve the content from angebot.php . Or with redirect: RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^angebot.html$ angebot.php [R=308] Change the redirect code as appropriate (e.g. 301, 307, etc.). The default is a 302, but that seems unlikely to be what you want here (302 means that people should continue to request the redirected URL, as the target is only temporary; presumably you'd be doing this permanently). Nginx may have similar capabilities, but I don't know how they work.
  23. 1 point
    peterpil19

    admin orders onclick change

    Understood. I'm unable to assist on the coding front, perhaps someone with greater knowledge can. May I suggest this excellent add on by @Demitry which achieves the tracking functionality (but not the update field on input you are perhaps seeking). I installed it myself this week. It works perfectly, it is very simple, with some very basic core-code changes, which are appropriately commented by the author so you can easily reverse them later should you choose to uninstall: https://apps.oscommerce.com/S5MrB&order-tracking-for-bs Peter
  24. 1 point
    While Microsoft Windows only releases a new name once every couple years (rarely as much as four), it releases service packs (now called builds) more often (I counted twenty-four releases since 1995, ignoring NT, 2000, and XP Professional x64). Plus it releases bugfixes every month and occasionally between. In the last six years, @burt has released two named versions: Frozen and Phoenix (Windows had 8.1 and 10 in the same period). Four service pack level versions (Frozen, Phoenix 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2). Less than twenty point versions (compare to seventy or so from Microsoft Windows). I suppose the next level would be to count commits as the equivalent of the individual packages that get installed in the monthly rollup for Microsoft Windows. I don't know the magnitude of that. Apple iOS has eight named releases in the last six years. And twenty-five minor releases. I don't know how many point releases, but it's had more minor releases than Phoenix has had point releases. It's had four point releases in the last month. If fewest version updates is your criterion for evaluating stability, community edition (Frozen/Phoenix) is more stable than Windows or iOS. Of course, one of the problems is that with Windows/iOS, most updates happen in the background whereas Phoenix is still updated manually. So with Phoenix one is more aware of the updates than with the operating systems.
  25. 1 point
    puddlec

    TinyMCE

    now available for download https://apps.oscommerce.com/1VCAj&tinymce-editor-for-admin support thread
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