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  1. maku225

    Custom Computer Creator v9 Support

    I'm not that good with php, but I'm gonna guess those edits call to the CCC database to get info, but the product_info.php page has not been updated to output all the info it collects. I dunno, maybe a php guru could help us with that.
  2. maku225

    Custom Computer Creator v9 Support

    If I understand correctly, you want CCC to configure computers to use and show up in product_info pages? ie: This Example. You want the builds you create with CCC to show up with a price and details you choose? Sorry, but that's not what CCC is for, you can just as easily (easier?) make a computer build and manually insert it into your catalog. If you do that, I can help you link those to build.php. I could be misunderstanding. On my site, I have it set up just for CCC. You can't browse the catalog. On the homepage, there are my suggested builds, from there they go to build.php, then to custom_checkout, then I hope they buy it. I dont use CCC.php either, don't like it. Let me know, maybe a clarification would help.
  3. maku225

    Custom Computer Creator v9 Support

    Re-check your installation, you missed something.
  4. maku225

    Custom Computer Creator v9 Support

    Did you edit/remove things from Java.php? Do you have a site that I can look at? Your code seems to be fine, except where it says <script> in build.php, but i think that may just be a posting error. In java.php on line 114 change echo "var _c" . $j . " = \"<input type='button' value='".TEXT_MORE_INFO."' onclick=java script:ccc_popup(\'ccc_more_info.php?fsb=" . $fsb . "&path=\"\n"; Change the type='button' to type='hidden'
  5. maku225

    Custom Computer Creator v9 Support

    I looked at your site a few days ago when build.php was still working. I looked at the code too. Honestly, I have/had no idea why it was doing that. Upload a fresh copy of build.php and redo your modifications and see if it happens again, Or change your css page back to pre-modification and redo it. But I do think you need a <div align="center"></div>'s around your text for your header tabs.
  6. maku225

    Custom Computer Creator v9 Support

    Quick tutorial: 1 All components you want to be used for your builds need to be in your osCommerce catalog. I would suggest creating a folder for each catagory. 2 Inside CCC options, create your structure that leads to the builds. You already have it set up to be littlepc systems->LPC-401. 3 inside your build, click new catagory. 4 Name it something like Cases, later on, you will need to add case components from your catalog. 5 It will also ask you for which builds you want that new catagory to show in. All computers need a case, show I would show it for all. Do that for all component types. 6 Inside the Case catagory->New product->Select from the drop down the Case catagory, it will show all the cases you can choose from. 7 Once the cases are added, you can select a default case by clicking the circle under "default". Green means default. 8 Repeat 6&7 for each component in each build. ------------------------------------ Refer back to one of my earlier posts about CCC not sending builds to your shopping cart. You have to go to admin->CCC->Default status->set it to 1. While you are there, I would also suggest Pictures on by default set to yes instead of no and then remove that code from your CCC.php. -Where do i set the base price for the system? I upped the price of each component to include a build price. The more components in the build, the more money it will cost in building fees. -Where do i enter a description for the sytem? For your structure: admin->CCC->CCC options->littlepc systems->be sure that LPC-401 is selected/highlighted->on the left most side should be a menu bar->Edit->FSB description -for the options I get: "Please Select 0" listed on each one? also no prices seem to be updating? You're gonna need to be more specific.
  7. maku225

    Custom Computer Creator v9 Support

    1. Right, I don't know why the pictures do not show, I actually didn't notice that. I'll look into that and see if I can fix that. 2. That is the purpose of CCC, it already does that. Go to your admin panel->CCC tab->CCC options->Insert->What ever you named it->Insert->Click what you just added->New catagory. You must have products in your Catalog, this is where the different components are choosen from.
  8. maku225

    Custom Computer Creator v9 Support

    Hi Tom, It is possible to use radio buttons. You will need to find the file /includes/functions/custom_computer.php. Around line 80 you should find: return tep_draw_custom_pull_down_menu($name, $mb_array, '', $parameters, $systype, $fsb, $number); // return tep_draw_custom_radio_field($name, $mb_array, '', $parameters, $systype, $fsb, $number); Comment out the first return and uncomment out the second one. I'm rather confused with your second question b/c the purpose of CCC is to let people configure computers by selecting different components. If you could expound on this question, that would help.
  9. maku225

    Custom Computer Creator v9 Support

    Not really sure what could be causing that problem, but do you by any chance have Search Engine Safe URLs installed? Look at this article and if this isn't the answer, try the forum search Also, I looked back at your posts earlier in the thread, it seems like you aren't installing it correctly. There is a file in the CCC zip under the readme folder that tells you exactly what to do and where to do it. Other than that, I honeslty have no idea what you should do. Just try to follow the install instructions exactly. Reply to this please and let me know what's up.
  10. maku225

    Custom Computer Creator v9 Support

    Methinks you forgot to edit your includes/filenames.php file. Add this code anywhere into filenames.php: define('FILENAME_CCC', 'ccc.php'); define('FILENAME_CCC_BUILD', 'build.php'); define('FILENAME_CCC_CHECKOUT', 'custom_checkout.php');
  11. maku225

    Custom Computer Creator v9 Support

    Yes. I hope this simple solution works for you, it did for me. In your admin section go to: Custom Computer->CCC Config->Default Status of Custom Computer->Make sure it is set to 1 (not 0) I don't know why, but CCC is by default off. That should turn it on.
  12. I'm having the exact same issue. Everything works except the custom_checkout.php transfering the computer to the shopping cart and admin pending list. I have searched on the osCommerce forums and on the CREloaded forums. The same problem seems to pop up in both versions of CCC but no clear solutions. I did find, at the end of the official CCC v9 thread, Carbon posted this about the problem: Taking this advice, I must have re-installed it 5 times to try and get it perfect (by re-install I mean that I also removed osCommerce so it would be a clean install). No luck, same problem. I'll keep searching. help, please. Thanks.
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