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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from valquiria23 in Price list   
    My All Products SEO addon may be an option for you. But it doesn't have pagination on the list that you said you wanted. You can see an example here. Also, this is not a Phoenix version. The last version worked on Frozen but hasn't been converted yet. Though it will be in the next month or so.
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from valquiria23 in Quantity Price Breaks   
    This is a new version of the Quantity Price Breaks addon. It is only for Frozen and Phoenix shops. If you have an older version, you will need to use a different, older, version of this addon.
    The purpose of this addon is to allow the price of a product to be controlled by how many items are purchased. So a quantity of 1 may cost $100, a quantity of 2, $60 and so on. It also provides for limiting the minimum number to ordered.
    Due to how the code works, there are a number of file changes needed. I've reduced them a great deal compared to previous versions of this addon but there's no way, currently, to get around some of the changes. So be sure to create a backup before installing.
     
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from radhavallabh in Sitemap SEO   
    For the first, and maybe second error, find this code in the functions file
    function GetPagesArray($root, $langDir, $languages, $excludeList) { $pagesArray = array(); and add this below it
    for ($i = 0; $i < count($languages); ++$i) $pagesArray[$s] = ''; For the last one, in the sitemap_seo_page_control.php file, find
    if (function_exists('AnnounceVersion')) { and add this above it
    $name = '';  
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from valquiria23 in Quantity Price Breaks   
    This is a new version of the Quantity Price Breaks addon. It is only for Frozen and Phoenix shops. If you have an older version, you will need to use a different, older, version of this addon.
    The purpose of this addon is to allow the price of a product to be controlled by how many items are purchased. So a quantity of 1 may cost $100, a quantity of 2, $60 and so on. It also provides for limiting the minimum number to ordered.
    Due to how the code works, there are a number of file changes needed. I've reduced them a great deal compared to previous versions of this addon but there's no way, currently, to get around some of the changes. So be sure to create a backup before installing.
     
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from JcMagpie in Phoenix Addons (personally tested by Valqui)   
    I don't think that is how it was meant. One of the biggest failings of the addons is that there is no way to know which is the one that should be used.  Not to speak for @valquiria23but I think she is just saying it is her opinion with the addons she has tested. She isn't saying the ones she mentions are better than the others. In the case of Phoenix, the problem is worse because many addons simply won't work with it until they are converted. So having a page that states which do work is a great idea, in my opinion.
    As for which version of Phoenix, it is not always a simple upgrade from one version to the next since some addons have to change the core code. And newer versions of Phoenix may break addons that have been coded for an earlier version.
    The only way to provide this information correctly would be for each addon developer to upgrade the version of Phoenix he is using, then upgrade and test his addons with it and then package and upload the changes. That just isn't possible in the real world, as least for me.
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from JcMagpie in Phoenix Addons (personally tested by Valqui)   
    I don't think that is how it was meant. One of the biggest failings of the addons is that there is no way to know which is the one that should be used.  Not to speak for @valquiria23but I think she is just saying it is her opinion with the addons she has tested. She isn't saying the ones she mentions are better than the others. In the case of Phoenix, the problem is worse because many addons simply won't work with it until they are converted. So having a page that states which do work is a great idea, in my opinion.
    As for which version of Phoenix, it is not always a simple upgrade from one version to the next since some addons have to change the core code. And newer versions of Phoenix may break addons that have been coded for an earlier version.
    The only way to provide this information correctly would be for each addon developer to upgrade the version of Phoenix he is using, then upgrade and test his addons with it and then package and upload the changes. That just isn't possible in the real world, as least for me.
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from kgtee in Phoenix Addons (personally tested by Valqui)   
    Great idea. This should help users searching for an addon. I don't know if it is possible or not but a vote option with all of the posted addons would be nice. Then people that use them can vote on them as to whether they work well or not. Just a thought. .
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    Jack_mcs reacted to raiwa in Featured Products BS   
    Uploaded Update with the above fix:
    Featured Products CE v2.1.1
    Changes version 2.1.1.:        
     - Updated featured_products.php for OSCOM CE Phoenix 1.0.4.x +
     
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from valquiria23 in Phoenix Addons (personally tested by Valqui)   
    I checked but don't see a way to do it. Maybe it requires a moderator with full right?
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from radhavallabh in Create Account & Manual Order Maker For OSC 2.3.1 V3.0   
    No, it won't work for Phoenix. I don't know if an update is planned but, if not, then Phone Orders might work for you.
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from Philo2005 in Google XML Sitemap SEO   
    Did you make the database changes with the google_xml_sitemap_seo_install.php file? If so, it has a delete button. Did you not see that? I would think that button is more obvious than text in the install file. If the button is ignored then the text would be too, most likely.
    Yes, the language is important. But I don't have multi-language sites so unless such a problem is mentioned, it won't be fixed because I won't be aware of it..
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from Philo2005 in Google XML Sitemap SEO   
    @Philo20051 - Yes, that file should be deleted. You should have seen a button to delete it when you ran the file.
    2 - Unfortunately, it does not create multiple language map files. There's a way to do it manually but it requires editing files. If that was a one-time thing then it would be Ok for a temp solution. But this addon should be ran frequently so that is not a good solution. I've added this to things to do for the next version but it will not be completed anytime soon.
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from kgtee in Phoenix Addons (personally tested by Valqui)   
    Great idea. This should help users searching for an addon. I don't know if it is possible or not but a vote option with all of the posted addons would be nice. Then people that use them can vote on them as to whether they work well or not. Just a thought. .
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from kgtee in Phoenix Addons (personally tested by Valqui)   
    Great idea. This should help users searching for an addon. I don't know if it is possible or not but a vote option with all of the posted addons would be nice. Then people that use them can vote on them as to whether they work well or not. Just a thought. .
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    Jack_mcs reacted to valquiria23 in Phoenix Addons (personally tested by Valqui)   
    Hi all!!
    The idea of this post is to make it easier for new users who want to migrate to Phoenix 1.0.4.0, a list of addons available for free in the market, so that users can evaluate whether it is convenient for them to make a migration to Phoenix or continue in Frozen (which is stable and already has all the addons that an average user needs).
    I will list all the certified (by me) addons that are available.
    You can all publish the addons that you tried and are available in the market.
    Its prohibited :
    - Request support (for this you must go to the creator of the addon or the corresponding support page)
    - Mention addons that are not in the market

    The format for posting would be:
    Addon Name
    Link in the market
    Phoenix version that is certified to work
    Brief description of what that addon does
    Remember that the spirit of OSC is to share.
    love and peace
    Valqui
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from Robbogeordie in [CONTRIBUTION] Ultimate SEO URLs v2.1 - by Chemo   
    A new version has been uploaded with these changes:
    Changed code to fix a 7.3 compatibility problem. Changed code to fix the character conversion option. Split into a Phoenix and non-Phoenix versions. The former accomplished by files supplied by @raiwa.
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from Robbogeordie in [CONTRIBUTION] Ultimate SEO URLs v2.1 - by Chemo   
    A new version has been uploaded with these changes:
    Changed code to fix a 7.3 compatibility problem. Changed code to fix the character conversion option. Split into a Phoenix and non-Phoenix versions. The former accomplished by files supplied by @raiwa.
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from Peper in Automatically send data feed to Froogle   
    A new version has been uploaded with these changes:
    Added gtin as an identifier. Added code for Phoenix compatibility. Installation just requires the files to be uploaded for Phoenix. Changed count code to pass php 7.3. Found by member @yahalimu. Changed default http to https in the googlefeeder file. Removed the code to check if mysql is being used. Mysqli is now required.
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from Peper in Automatically send data feed to Froogle   
    A new version has been uploaded with these changes:
    Added gtin as an identifier. Added code for Phoenix compatibility. Installation just requires the files to be uploaded for Phoenix. Changed count code to pass php 7.3. Found by member @yahalimu. Changed default http to https in the googlefeeder file. Removed the code to check if mysql is being used. Mysqli is now required.
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from Peper in Automatically send data feed to Froogle   
    A new version has been uploaded with these changes:
    Added gtin as an identifier. Added code for Phoenix compatibility. Installation just requires the files to be uploaded for Phoenix. Changed count code to pass php 7.3. Found by member @yahalimu. Changed default http to https in the googlefeeder file. Removed the code to check if mysql is being used. Mysqli is now required.
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from Peper in Automatically send data feed to Froogle   
    Regarding the warnings, I will try to get an updated version uploaded soon.
    Regarding the tax, I have clients that have shops that use tax and others that don't. But they are using the later version, which has not been released, so that might be the reason.
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from ArtcoInc in Sitemap SEO   
    @rsthomasThe main idea behind all of my SEO-type addons is to provide quick links to products. That helps the search engines in getting the pages listed. So, in answer to your main question, yes, this addon will help with SEO but it is not the only thing that should be done.
    First, you should install the Google Sitemap, if you haven't already. Once it is working, add the maps to your google webmaster account, and Bings too if you like. Once the maps are entered, check back in a few days to see what google did with them. Fix any problems they find. They won't process all of the links in one go. For that many products, it could take weeks, or even more if your site isn't visited much by them.
    Second, install Information Pages SEO and start creating pages for your important keywords.
    As for the pages you created, be careful with that. Google knows how to spot pages that are just link pages and they can hurt a site. In case you are not aware of it, there is a model cross-reference file included in Header Tags SEO for that purpose.
    There are other considerations than the above but it should help.
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    Jack_mcs reacted to valquiria23 in Sitemap SEO   
    Thank you very much Jack for the update of this magnificent addon !!!  Great job, I will try it as soon as possible !!
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    Jack_mcs got a reaction from valquiria23 in Sitemap SEO   
    A new version has been uploaded with these changes:
    Added a check for infobox links since they may exist in a BS shop. Changed code in sitemap.php in admin functions to fix php 7.3 problem. Found by member lucsangel. Created Frozen and Phoenix versions. Dropped maintenance of pre-Frozen versions. Removed a definition from admin's function file.
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    Jack_mcs reacted to artfulweb in Header Tags SEO   
    Yes Jack, they do work for categories and sub categories with the osComm Phoenix stock listing modules, so all ok on that end.
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