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  1. Thanks 🙄 not sure how I missed that, but yes that works.
  2. This will need to be checked but a quick look at the /public_html/includes/functions/html_output.php and adding the class to line 83 fixed the image issue $image = '<img class="img-fluid" src="' . tep_output_string($src) . '" alt="' . tep_output_string($alt) . '"'; html output now is.... <img class="img-fluid" src="images/card_acceptance/paypal_horizontal_large.png" alt="" width="130" height="40"> As you can see the img-fluid class has been added and screeen display is now ok. The alt is still unpopulated which is not good!, Not sure if this is the correct fix so use with caution or wait for an official fix.
  3. Phoenix 1.0.1.0 Still has issues with tablet view. Only checked on 2 tabets but it looks like the old issue of display problems is still present. Would be helpfull is others can check also to confirm, tested on 10.5'' and 8" only andriod and mac os. Issue is in portrait mode, As you can see PayPal image is bleading out side box. This looks to be an error in the coding as if you inspect the html genrated you see this. <img src="images/card_acceptance/paypal_horizontal_large.png" alt="" class="" width="130" height="40"> As you can see the class is not populated! it should be using class="img-fluid" which would resize the images as the screen size changes. Also side box's get so didtorted that text layot is broken. Would probably be better to introduce a new brake point to force portrait mode to act as a mobile device and show boxes as on phone's, landscape mode looks to be fine.
  4. A simple add-on’s that allows you to display a number of links in the header of your site.

  5. JcM Links Header V1.0 Phoenix A simple add-on’s that allows you to display a number of links in the header of your site. It’s a simple no core change add-on so just copy files over go to admin and install and setup. Links can be set in language file. Links can be turned on or off in admin. Background color can be overridden in admin if required. You can select which pages it is displayed on in admin. That’s it enjoy. Has been tested on Phoenix V1.0.1.0 only. Can be seen working on this custom test site NOTE: This is NOT the official test site
  6. JcMagpie

    JcM Generic NavBar Link V1.0 Phoenix

    Has been updated to V1.1 Updated to add 2 more links to make it easy for those not comfortable editing code. Also added icons for links, can be used or left empty.
  7. A simple add-on to let you display a link in the Navbar.

  8. JcM Generic NavBar Link V1.0 Phoenix A simple add-on to let you display a link in the Navbar. Again totally standalone with no core code change. Simply copy all files into relevant sections and go to admin modules /content and install. The link and its name can be set in the language file. If you need more just copy the files and replace link1 with link2 in the code and file names. That’s it enjoy. Has been tested on Phoenix V1.0.1.0 only. Can be seen working on this custom test site NOTE: This is NOT the official test site
  9. Tooooooooooooooooooooooooo high drop back to 7.3 at most or, line 41 is $this->sort_order = OSCOM_APP_PAYPAL_LOGIN_SORT_ORDER; replace it with $this->sort_order = 'OSCOM_APP_PAYPAL_LOGIN_SORT_ORDER'; and the warning should stop.
  10. It's not an error just a warning, what version of PHP are you running?
  11. probably best to start a new thread as this is the phoenix main thread.
  12. you definitely should not have 2 nav shopping carts!
  13. No not the nav Modules you have content/shopping_cart modules that must be activated.
  14. make sure you have installed the shopping-cart modules if you are using 1.0.1.0
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