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  1. 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.
  2. JcMagpie

    Making Phoenix Invoice look a bit better

    No nothing else needed just press the export as pdf button and save pdf file.
  3. JcMagpie

    Making Phoenix Invoice look a bit better

    Sure should work fine, not much has changed on the admin side.
  4. It's based on superfish, It is responsive but not perfect, I don't know of any deep cat capable responsive display. No it's not on the apps as it's just not a perfect solution. You can make it by using this and making it a box, JcM-categories-navbar-V1.3 CE BS4/3 or if you just wish to test it I can pm you the box version I'm using. or use a header cat JcM Header Cats V1.2 Phoenix But as I said I'm not aware of anyting that is a perfect solution for cat display if you have deep cat's for mobile view.
  5. Setup a master password then as the customer already has an account you can simply login to his existing account and add the order for him. You can simply send them a paypal payment request to take payment or take card payment over the phone. https://apps.oscommerce.com/y2XRp&simple-master-password-for-osc-2-3-1
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    Making Phoenix Invoice look a bit better

    Invoice rules differ from country to country and also depending on what type of trader you are. So it's down to each individual buissness to make sure the invoice they use is compliant and meets the regulations that apply to them. Not sure get legal advise. For the UK, Invoices - what they must include Your invoice must include: a unique identification number your company name, address and contact information the company name and address of the customer you’re invoicing a clear description of what you’re charging for the date the goods or service were provided (supply date) the date of the invoice the amount(s) being charged VAT amount if applicable the total amount owed Sole trader invoices If you’re a sole trader, the invoice must also include: your name and any business name being used an address where any legal documents can be delivered to you if you are using a business name Limited company invoices If your company is a limited company, you must include the full company name as it appears on the certificate of incorporation. If you decide to put names of your directors on your invoices, you must include the names of all directors. VAT invoices Only VAT-registered businesses can issue VAT invoices and you must: issue and keep valid invoices - these can be paper or electronic keep copies of all the sales invoices you issue even if you cancel them or produce one by mistake keep all purchase invoices for items you buy Valid invoices You’ll use a full VAT invoice for most transactions. You can use: a modified invoice for retail supplies over £250 a simplified invoice for retail supplies under £250 - and for other supplies from 1 January 2013 You cannot reclaim VAT using an invalid invoice, pro-forma invoice, statement or delivery note. Include the following on your invoice, depending on which type you use. Invoice information Full invoice Simplified invoice Modified invoice Unique invoice number that follows on from the last invoice Yes Yes Yes Your business name and address Yes Yes Yes Your VAT number Yes Yes Yes Date Yes No Yes The tax point (or ‘time of supply’) if this is different from the invoice date Yes Yes Yes Customer’s name or trading name, and address Yes No Yes Description of the goods or services Yes Yes Yes Total amount excluding VAT Yes No Yes Total amount of VAT Yes No Yes Price per item, excluding VAT Yes No Yes Quantity of each type of item Yes No Yes Rate of any discount per item Yes No Yes Rate of VAT charged per item - if an item is exempt or zero-rated make clear no VAT on these items Yes Yes (1) Yes Total amount including VAT No Yes (1) Yes (1) If items are charged at different VAT rates, then show this for each.
  7. For anyone stumbling upon this thread and still wondering about should they use SSL? 3 Reasons Why Your Website Needs HTTPS 1. Maintain lead generation. Starting in October 2017, the Google Chrome web browser started showing a “not secure” warning when users started filling out a simple contact form or entering data in search field on a non-HTTPS website. Starting in July 2018, Google Chrome now displays a “not secure” error on any website not using the HTTPS protocol — regardless if users are filling out a form. So if you depend on your website generating leads and sales inquiries, your site needs to use the HTTPS protocol so users don’t freak out and abandon your site due to “non secure” warnings. 2. Improve your search engine rankings. In August 2014, Google announced that HTTPS is a ranking factor in their search algorithm. The jury’s still out as to how much of a factor HTTPS plays in your search rankings, but research suggests it’s becoming a stronger ranking factor. Just do any type of a Google search, and you’ll notice that nearly all of the page 1 results begin with an HTTPS URL. Google has also indicated that a HTTPS site can serve as a tie-breaker between two sites offering similar information. 3. Everybody’s doing it. Perhaps the most important reason to have an HTTPS site is perception. We live in a world where hacking and data breaches are everyday news, and people are concerned about online privacy and security. Even though your website isn’t collecting sensitive information, the fact that you have an HTTPS site and visitors can see the little padlock in their browser gives them comfort. And that translates to confidence and trust in your company. HTTPS is quickly becoming the norm, and even non-techie visitors are now starting to feel a little uneasy when they don’t see that padlock. extract from, https://www.markbrinker.com/secure-https-website
  8. JcMagpie

    Extra Fields - how to search extra fields

    You could simply try an alternative search method. JcM Header Google Search V1.0 Phoenix
  9. Yes SSL is a MUST now for any ecart, Also most browsers wll now NOT show images or links that are from NONE SSL links on a SSL site.
  10. JcM Back to Top button V1.5 Phoenix

    A simple header_tag module to let you place a back to top button on your site.

    1. valquiria23

      valquiria23

      Thanks for this fantastic addon (which should come in the core) Zahid !!!

  11. Just a little halloween fun!

    1. valquiria23

      valquiria23

      Thanks for making OSC more fun Zahid !! We need more creative people like you to make the world happier  :)

  12. JcM Adaptive Images Phoenix V1.0 Is now a hook. If you already have it installed just remove header files after uninstalling and add new files.

     

     

    1. valquiria23

      valquiria23

      Thank you for this fantastic addon Zahid !!!

  13. JcM Adaptive Images Phoenix V1.0 JcM Adaptive Images hook for Phoenix 1.0.2.x only. Is now a hook. If you already have it installed just remove header files after uninstalling and add new files. This addon uses the code by MattWilcox/Adaptive-Images from GitHub It is used as supplied and all credit is with original author. All this add-on does is allow you to install in as a module you can turn on and off. Adaptive Images by Matt Wilcox is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. This will automatically produce several images from your original image so each device can be served with the correct size image. Will help speed up site loading on mobile devices. Again totally stand alone with no core code change. You will have nothing to see as it just adds script. Go to a mobile device and view your site, browse around and then check your site files. You should have a directory /ai-cache and within this will be other folders /100 /200 to match your image widths. If this is true its working. If not check your configuration. The script works with good quality images! So if your images are small to begin with not much point using this. As it will scales up images to try and give a better view all you will get is a fuzzy mess! You need to add this code to your .htaccess file. I strongly advise you to duplicate that file so you can revert to it if things go pear-shaped. Open your existing .htaccess file and edit the contents. You'll need to look and see if there is a section that begins with the following: <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> If there is, then you need to add the following lines into that block: # Adaptive-Images ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- # Add any directories you wish to omit from the Adaptive-Images process on a new line, as follows: # RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !some-directory # RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !another-directory RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !assets # Send any GIF, JPG, or PNG request that IS NOT stored inside one of the above directories # to adaptive-images.php so we can select appropriately sized versions RewriteRule \.(?:jpe?g|gif|png)$ adaptive-images.php # END Adaptive-Images If you don't have a code block then simply copy and paste the following into your file instead: <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> Options +FollowSymlinks RewriteEngine On # Adaptive-Images ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- # Add any directories you wish to omit from the Adaptive-Images process on a new line, as follows: # RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !some-directory # RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !another-directory RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !assets # Send any GIF, JPG, or PNG request that IS NOT stored inside one of the above directories # to adaptive-images.php so we can select appropriately sized versions RewriteRule \.(?:jpe?g|gif|png)$ adaptive-images.php # END Adaptive-Images ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- </IfModule> The “adaptive-images.php” file and has all the settings that are in the CONFIG area. By default it looks like this: /* CONFIG ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------ */ $resolutions = array(1382, 992, 768,500, 480, 250, 200, 150, 100); // the resolution break-points to use (screen widths, in pixels) $cache_path = "ai-cache"; // where to store the generated re-sized images. Specify from your document root! $jpg_quality = 80; // the quality of any generated JPGs on a scale of 0 to 100 $sharpen = TRUE; // Shrinking images can blur details, perform a sharpen on re-scaled images? $watch_cache = TRUE; // check that the adapted image isn't stale (ensures updated source images are re-cached) $browser_cache = 60*60*24*7; // How long the BROWSER cache should last (seconds, minutes, hours, days. 7days by default) /* END CONFIG ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------- ------------------------ Don't edit anything after this line unless you know what you're doing ------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------- */ You should not need to change any of these settings. This addon uses the code by MattWilcox/Adaptive-Images from GitHub It is used as supplied and all credit is with original author. All this add-on does is allow you to install in as a module you can turn on and off.
  14. JcMagpie

    Date entered on product copy is wrong.

    You must have a problem with your install or database as copy product works fine on stock install, as you can see just copied ORA-2 from ORA-1 and dates have changed.
  15. JcMagpie

    captcha or recaptcha

    I have it running on CE edge, frozen and Phoenix 1.0.2.2 so it will work. Be carfull to follow all the instru ctions, also you need a google account to get your keys as it will not work without them. If you get stuck either post on support thread or here with exact vesion your running and what is not working about it. Also any info in your error logs
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