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  1. sl1200mk2

    Authorize.net Issues

    Just letting the others with these similar issues I fixed my by following this exact post step-by-step: http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?sho...9381&st=80# Good luck! Wayne
  2. sl1200mk2

    Authorize.net Issues

    I'm having basically the same exact issues you're having. Did you find any resolution? - Wayne
  3. If you follow the instructions one post up about prevent spider sessions and updating your spiders.txt you'll be fine. Customers will always get SID's (they are supposed to). Search Engines listed in spiders.txt will not.
  4. sl1200mk2

    [contribution] Simple Template System (sts)

    Without seeing it my immediate feeling is that it's due to a typo in your configure.php (located in /includes). Completely verify the settings & paths used in this file first. - Wayne
  5. Good grief man, what don't you do?! :blink: Your work is greatly appreciated! Wayne
  6. Yes, this is confirmed and tested - the included orders.php and order.php are not based on clean MS2.0 install files. Sorry I didn't read and clarify this on my own...
  7. I think I have this figured out... I used the included admin/orders.php without having read the instructions clearly. The included file assumes you are using the serial number contrib and doesn't appear to be based on a clean MS2 orders.php file. I'm 99% sure this is problem. I'll edit my original orders.php file and test. Thanks
  8. I'm having this same error: 1054 - Unknown column 'products_serial_number' in 'field list' select orders_products_id, products_id, products_name, products_model, products_price, products_tax, products_quantity, final_price, products_serial_number from orders_products where orders_id = '83' [TEP STOP] Problem is that I don't remember installing a serial number contrib? I don't use serial numbers at all. What was the exact fix that was done? I can't tell from the response given. Thank you - Wayne
  9. sl1200mk2

    SEF Link Transformer (SE friendly URLs)

    Al, You might have to make some edits such as I did to the .htaccess file. Can you detail your server configuration at all? Are you on a shared hosting server or is this your own box? Is it running some sort of control panel application such as Ensim or Plesk? I'm no expert on .htaccess by any means, I'd hate to give bad advise, but posting the contents of your current file may yield some ideas. Just a thought. - Wayne
  10. sl1200mk2

    SEF Link Transformer (SE friendly URLs)

    DJ Axion, I can understand your concern, but if you read my prior post and do the Google search I suggested, you will see that Google is spidering the site correctly. What you are seeing may be a problem with the application checking the links and not the actual Google spider. Remember, that tool is only "simulating" and isn't 100% the same as the real spiders. Google is absolutely showing the correct paths for all of my categories and sub categories which is the only thing that matters to me. Please let me know if you have any further questions. Wayne
  11. sl1200mk2

    SEF Link Transformer (SE friendly URLs)

    DJ Axion, I'm sorry, I read your post, but I'm not sure that I follow you. I can search my catagory sub product on Google and they do show correctly. Example: On my site (www.onbeatmusic.com) One of my catagory tree's looks like this: Accessories -> Catridges --> Ortofon Now this is two levels deep into a sub-catagory. The link is: http://www.onbeatmusic.com/category27_36_50/ Now search this on Google: onbeatmusic ortofon It takes you directly to that page correctly - this is the same link that shows in Google. It appears to be spidering the site correctly. Please let me know if I'm not understanding you. Also, PM me if needed for a faster response. - Wayne
  12. sl1200mk2

    SEF Link Transformer (SE friendly URLs)

    Jack, Thank you for the advise, I'll certainly try that right away. I'm by no means an expert in SEO, I'm literally just learning the tricks of the trade so to speak. Any advice is always welcome! I thought about trying to implement the catagory name before the product (my catagory names are my keywords), but couldn't figure this out. Regards, Wayne
  13. sl1200mk2

    SEF Link Transformer (SE friendly URLs)

    Hopefully you can get this working on your site. You may need to edit .htaccess depending on server config like I did. I can absolutely confirm Google is spidering 100% of my links. View just about any product on my featured products on the front page like "Balti Boys - We Want Your Order" and search that or just "balti boys" and I'm #1 on Google with basically no effort. My URL for the shop. New products I add are getting spidered within 24 hours, its GREAT! Granted my products are a little more "underground", so I'm not competing with keywords that thousands of other sites use, but that's the nature of my business in general. This is such a fantastic mod - a real must have. Regards, Wayne
  14. sl1200mk2

    SEF Link Transformer (SE friendly URLs)

    Silencer, Your changes worked perfectly for me! MANY thanks again! For all others, I'll share with you some changes I've had to make that are probably specific to my server config. Server Info: Redhat 7.3x w/ Ensim Webbpliance Control Panel v3.5.20 Installing the default supplied .htaccess from Silencer did not work. As per suggestions on the Ensim forums I added the following line: Options SymlinksIfOwnerMatch Right before: Options +FollowSymLinks Once this was done everything went 100%. except for an additional WYSIWYG mod in the admin section. After installing the SEF Link Transformer, the pop-up buttons within the WYSIWYG mod were no longer functioning. I figured this was due to the .htaccess file. To overcome this, I modified yet another copy of .htaccess and placed it in my /admin folder to have it's settings take precedence over the one in the root folder. I used the following lines: <IfModule mod_php4.c> php_value session.use_trans_sid 0 php_value register_globals 1 </IfModule> DirectoryIndex index.php default.php Options SymlinksIfOwnerMatch Options +FollowSymLinks RewriteEngine Off Now I'm purely guessing, but using "RewriteEngine Off" (or maybe simply leaving out the rest of Silencers statements) fixed the WYSIWYG module. ** NOTE: I do NOT know what I'm doing with .htaccess rules!! ** I think I just got lucky with the above and it works. Any official input from someone with experience in this area would be great. Again, Silence, I can't say enough! Thank you for the fantastic addon. IMHO, I see this a critical addon for OSC. Regards, - Wayne
  15. sl1200mk2

    SEF Link Transformer (SE friendly URLs)

    Silencer, THANK YOU! :D I will install the update today and let you know how it works. - Wayne
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