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    Installed Category Descriptions

    I modified the wrong file some how :) Feel dumb.
  2. The admin section worked, I can add descriptions to the categories, and it does post to the database. But on my page, nothing changed at all. I made all the changes to the index file as listed in ver 5.0. I am lost, had anyone else installed ver. 5 and had an issue like this?
  3. Here's an example of how the flash would work (sorry, working in IE only right now) Yeah.. I hate IE, still working on it. http://www.decalmonster.ca/shop/product_in...products_id=159
  4. Well so far I think I have 3 options. I can either modify oscom to function as I need it -Too much work I can make my own form that would preform all the functions I want, and have it assemble a url that oscom would respond to by adding the item with all the right attribs. -Lost as how I could make oscom function this way I could make this application in flash, which with java script will fill in any text box with the correct attribs. -Not sure how many people would come to my site without flash? I wonder if people with out flash wouldn't have java anyway, or even browsers too old for css. ? I like the flash idea. I know a lot of people hate flash, and I do for the most part as well. But when you make flash look like part of your site, then I think it can be a valuble tool (if it does not look like flash, then it's good flash). I already have a flash file made that prefills a textbox with my selection... so far this is my favorite option.
  5. I have found a contribution to not display a price if the price is $0.00. If I do that, I can have my own script handle the price. All I need now is a way to add an item to the shopping cart with attributes using an external URL. I would have no idea how to do that myself. Anyone have ideas?
  6. What if I turned off the price to the custom decals, and had a completly seperate script running to allow the customer to make all their customizations, then have that script call a URL in oscom which would add the decal to the cart with all the attributes they selected. Has there been anything like this done? An add product to cart with attributes called outside of the oscom site?
  7. http://decalmonster.ca/shop/product_info.p...products_id=175 Scroll down and look at the "decal designer". Not all that pretty, but it's a start at trying to figure out what I need. pull down the color pull down menus. There was a code to change the color of the pulldown, i found I could change the color of every line as well. Works on IE6/7 and Firefox.
  8. I looked, but I can not find a contribution that will change the actual price of the item. I did find the one that changes the way atributes desplay the different in price (instead of +$1.00 it shows actual price). That wouldn't work because I would have other attributes affecting the price as well. It would also look a lot cleaner to have the price on the page change instead, and have the + value show in the attribute. Is there a - change actual price, that I am not finding? Thanks.
  9. Thanks :) The latter contribution will help. So far I am getting close to what I want. I have no clue what I am doing but PHP and the way oscom was written, trial, error, and some common sence seem to go a long way :)
  10. I have a site that sells decals. I would like to have a section where you can custom make your decal to what ever size and color you would like (so not all decals would need this feature, I would need to be able to turn it on/off). The user woud be able to select color, the width, height, and wether to use the aspect ratio or not. Then the customer would have the option to preview this decal's color, and stretch of the image if they turned the aspect option off. Here's a photo of what it would look like... and here's a breakdown of these functions: I might want to change the layout of how all these options are presented. I am not really utalizing all the space width wise, and I would like to make it a little more of a user friendly layout (labbled better for sure). Has anything like this been done, where I can look at the code and try and make it work for me? If not, how would I get someone to do this for me (ie. freelance site, ect) Thanks!
  11. When I place my mouse over the image, I have 2 probems. 1. The image is too far left and down (if I didnt have a widescreen, it would be off the page) 2. If I place my mouse to the top or right part of the image, the large preview flickers like mad. What I would like to do is set the possition to be in the center of the page, over the image (but not higher than the thumbnail). This would solve both problems I believe (flicker only seems to happen while mouse is over remaining portion of thumbnail exposed and not covered by full sive hover). I am looking at the code, and I do not see anywhere that I can adjust the possition of the hover. <?php // no popup image css rollover $chemin_small_img = DIR_WS_IMAGES . $product_info['products_image']; $size_small_img = getimagesize($chemin_small_img); $image_to_popup = $product_info['products_image']; $to_popup_width = $size_small_img[0]; $to_popup_height = $size_small_img[1]; $dif_width = SMALL_IMAGE_WIDTH/2; $dif_height = SMALL_IMAGE_WIDTH/2; echo ' <style type="text/css"> <!-- #image { position: relative; width : '. SMALL_IMAGE_WIDTH .'px; height: '. SMALL_IMAGE_HEIGHT .'px; padding: 5px 5px 5px 5px; } #zone1 { position: absolute; width : '. SMALL_IMAGE_WIDTH .'px; height: '. SMALL_IMAGE_HEIGHT .'px; right: 0px; top: 0px; } #zone1:hover { width : '. $to_popup_width .'px; height: '. $to_popup_height .'px; top: '. $dif_width .'px; right: '. $dif_height .'px; border: 1px solid black; background: url('. DIR_WS_IMAGES . $image_to_popup .') top left no-repeat; z-index: 200; } --> </style>'; echo '<div style="display: none;">'. $chemin_small_img .'</div>'; echo '<div id="image"> <div id="zone1"></div> <!--[if IE]><a id="zone1" href="'. tep_href_link(FILENAME_PRODUCT_INFO, 'cPath='. $cPath .'&products_id='. $products_id) .'" title="'. addslashes($product_info['products_name']) .'">'. tep_image(DIR_WS_IMAGES.'pixel_trans.gif' , addslashes($product_info['products_name']), SMALL_IMAGE_WIDTH, SMALL_IMAGE_HEIGHT, 'hspace="0" vspace="0"') . '</a><![endif]-->'. tep_image($chemin_small_img, addslashes($product_info['products_name']), SMALL_IMAGE_WIDTH, SMALL_IMAGE_HEIGHT, 'hspace="0" vspace="0"') . ' </div><br>' . TEXT_CLICK_TO_ENLARGE; // end no popup image css rollover /* <script language="javascript"><!-- document.write('<?php echo '<a href="java script:popupWindow(\\\'' . tep_href_link(FILENAME_POPUP_IMAGE, 'pID=' . $product_info['products_id']) . '\\\')">' . tep_image(DIR_WS_IMAGES . $product_info['products_image'], addslashes($product_info['products_name']), SMALL_IMAGE_WIDTH, SMALL_IMAGE_HEIGHT, 'hspace="5" vspace="5"') . '<br>' . TEXT_CLICK_TO_ENLARGE . '</a>'; ?>'); //--></script> */ ?>
  12. When you pull down the menu to select a atrib, is it possible to have a different color highlight the options when you put your mouse over them? Here is a screen shot to give you an idea. Is there a contribution that already exsists (I can't find anything) or any other site that might have done this before? (maybe I can get it to work for oscom)