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  1. 3 points

    Breadcrumb SEO for Phoenix

    Forum support for addon Breadcrumb SEO for Phoenix Development on Phoenix v1.0.7.1 Download link: https://apps.oscommerce.com/Bz5Of&breadcrumb-seo-for-phoenix
  2. 2 points

    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.
  3. 2 points
    This one will run on any version of Phoenix.
  4. 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.
  5. 1 point

    Installation issues

    Hopefully this is the place to post this problem. Please reply if not. PayPal ver 5.018 direct payments on Pheonix 1072 new install. When I go thru the check out process once I click pay I get internal error 500. and produces this error [10-Jun-2020 14:37:44 America/New_York] PHP Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined method OSCOM_PayPal::getIpAddress() in /home//public_html/includes/apps/paypal/modules/DP/api/DoDirectPayment.php:26 Stack trace: #0 /home/public_html/includes/apps/paypal/OSCOM_PayPal.php(391): OSCOM_PayPal_DP_Api_DoDirectPayment(Object(OSCOM_PayPal), 'live', Array) #1 /home/public_html/includes/modules/payment/paypal_pro_dp.php(291): OSCOM_PayPal->getApiResult('DP', 'DoDirectPayment', Array) #2 /home/public_html/includes/modules/payment/paypal_pro_dp.php(213): paypal_pro_dp->before_process_paypal() #3 /home/public_html/includes/system/versioned/ paypal_pro_dp->before_process() #4 /home/public_html/checkout_process.php(80): payment->before_process() #5 {main} thrown in /home/public_html/includes/apps/paypal/modules/DP/api/DoDirectPayment.php on line 26 When I use Phoenix 1050 everything works Any ideas??? Thanks
  6. 1 point

    undefined function tep_ltrim_once()

    I wonder why you would not have posted this in the dedicated thread?
  7. 1 point

    Excludes based on page

    Why not just create a static page that includes all the images and text. Basic HTML will do that. Failing that look online for a php based image gallery and convert that to work with an oscommerce page.
  8. 1 point

    Excludes based on page

    One of the supporters code @burt has released for Phoenix blocks out the buy button if the product is out of stock. I believe this can be used to achieve what you are after - with some modifications. Suggest you consider becoming a Phoenix Supporter and contacting Gary directly about this.
  9. 1 point

    Google is not indexing my website

    admin > Modules > Header tags > Robot NoIndex Note though that that is only on specific pages by default and there are reasons why you might not want to have those particular pages indexed. So rather than turning it off, just make sure that it does not have either All or the specific page that you want indexed checked.
  10. 1 point

    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.
  11. 1 point

    Phoenix easy populate addon v1.0.6.0

    I realize that the Apps Marketplace search often sucks. But https://apps.oscommerce.com/v=cephoenix10&q=Easy Populate shows three things claiming to be Easy Populate for Phoenix.
  12. 1 point

    Google is not indexing my website

    Have you signed up for Google Search Console? https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/submit-url?pli=1 https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6065812
  13. 1 point
    The one thing I noticed, is that everything you posted is based on HTTP/1.0 -- this is an old protocol. Most everything today has moved to HTTP/2.0. You need to contact your hosting company to find out if their servers are on HTTP/2.0. If they are not, you need to switch to a different hosting company. HTTP\2.0 is faster and more secure. After doing this, you need to do a site-wide search for HTTP\1 and/or for $_SERVER["SERVER_PROTOCOL"] and manually change related instance of that HTTP\1.0 or HTTP\1.1 to HTTP\2.0. When I had to do this, it was about 25 files. Things like this are always a problem when you are upgrading from a much older version to a new one. I believe it is always better to start with the latest version of the CMS and customize it from scratch. Don't keep trying to upgrade from older versions of osC, this software is not designed for that and it will cause you a lot of headaches and time wasted. As for the INF field/attribute, I have no idea what that is because it looks like custom code and after looking in advanced_search.php and advanced_search_results.php, I don't see any part of this SQL query in those files. If you are migrating from osC MS2.2 to Zombie Phoenix, search your osC MS2.2 database for this field.
  14. 1 point

    Installation issues

    ...i hate you
  15. 1 point

    Installation issues

  16. 1 point

    Installation issues

    Okay, I'm uploading it now. I'll post an update. Thanks everyone.
  17. 1 point

    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.
  18. 1 point

    Installation issues

    Try it. If you like it use it. They are a partner of osCommerce. Know that if you need support for a 3rd party offering, you are tied to them as that is not allowed on this Forum, so you have to get support by whatever mechanism they themselves provide.
  19. 1 point

    admin header links fixed position

    Have you tried adding z-index: 1000; or similar to the sticky header css.
  20. 1 point

    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
  21. 1 point

    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.
  22. 1 point

    Attribute Images

  23. 1 point
    René H4

    Gleichberechtigung nach "AGG".

    I am not a supporter of Brexit, but I would consider this lucky for the British. We are getting mad in Europe, looking at this example. For those 100 people we have to change our software? NEVER as far as I am concerned.
  24. 1 point

    New themes for Phoenix

    Sorry for posting in the other theme add-on's thread my mistake. moderators can remove if required. Just for a little fun added 10 more themes. Just copy over files and edit as required. Phoenix Boostrap 4 themes V1.1.zip
  25. 1 point
    Never heard of it. No doubt more EU-Bulldust dreamed up by men in suits who have nothing better to do. Not in the EU...the answer for many small businesses; don't sell to EU citizens. That takes away a whole layer of Bulldust. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Data_Protection_Regulation