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  1. Hi, I found two contributions that more or less contain what I'm searching for. So anyone who is also struggling in finding this you could have a look at the following two contributions: http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,3022 and http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/3050 Reason for not finding it earlier: not using relevant keywords. Found it by using 'multi' or 'multiple'. Thanks, Joost
  2. Hi, I've been searching but found no contribution that enables customers to pick a few products from a category page and save them all by just one push on a 'put to cart' button. Surely someone has created this? Some more details: If a customer clicks on a category, the listing page should appear, but also an "amount" box or checkbox that will allow a customer to select for example 10 out of the 20 listed products. At the top and/or bottom of the page I would expect an "add all selected products to cart" button. Anyone an idea if something similar has been created already? Thanks, Joost
  3. I have another issue with this contribution which I couldn't find a post of yet in this topic. Surely someone must have encountered this before. Initially my osCommerce installation (running for a year now) was configured on a domain with Safe Mode set to Off. Not good. However, changing this to On, makes this (great) contribution to NOT display my images as configured in either the contribution or the "images" settings in configuration. The images are suddenly showing as big, fat and large as we have uploaded them. Simply changing safe_mode back to off changes the images back to the expectation/configuration. Has anyone encountered this before? We're running on v2.2 RC1, PHP 5.1.6, Apache/2.2.3 and Linux 2.6.18-028stab064.7 thanks, Joost
  4. Hi, I've been searching and did find some related posts but haven't found a working solution yet. We are using SEO-G for our osCommerce webshop v2.2 and installed the (fantastic) contribution Information Pages Unlimited. All links are rewritten to HTML and our catalogs and products are url friendly. However, we'd like to use the .htaccess functionality to also turn the "information.php?info_id" into SEO urls. Surely it must be possible to use something like this: RewriteRule ^(.*)-i-([0-9]+).html$ information.php?info_id=$2&%{QUERY_STRING} or RewriteRule ^information.php?info_id=([0-9][0-9])$ root.php?$1.html&%{QUERY_STRING} But neither rule is working for us. Are there any amendments we'd have to make in SEO-G or are we just using incorrect syntax with RewriteRule? Any help is greatly appreciated! Joost
  5. Hi Job, thanks for your help, but indeed your suggestion didn't make the difference. The URLs don't get processed. I suspect that maybe it only works in combination with the Ultimate SEO contribution? I think it would not make a lot of sense to remove our SEO-G contribution and replace it with something else. Anyone? Thanks, Joost