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  1. Made a GitHub repository for converting the oscommerce's admin to bootstrap 4. based on @burt 's oscommerce-CE [Frozen] repository BS4 Admin (<- click to download) TODO: use direct library instead of CDN Finetune buttons. Remove obsolete html. replace images with icons. Re-positioning of several buttons, search-fields and drop-downs. perhaps this list will go be extended Have Fun!
  2. You are right, i misread the function. I thought the catalog's function returned an array instead of a numeric. You are right that the catalog function looks more logical.
  3. These are not the same, the catalog function returns an array of data, while the admin function returns only the tax rate.
  4. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    That is very attentive, thank you very much. Do not forget about @burt 's work either. Perhaps can ask a paypal donate link from him to, so his efforts can be also thanked for.
  5. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    Here i want to give you some inspiration of how "your" admin can look like. When you install or have installed The official community version (what can be found HERE), And you want your admin to look like something as this: https://wrapbootstrap.com/themes/admin?branch=4.x Then you should consider installing the BS4 Admin that is merged together with the oscommerce-ce [Frozen] edition.
  6. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    I will try to do as much as possible before the week ends. When most of the old code styling is ported and cleaned up, so that it offers a better workflow.... Then i will go see if i can bring some magic into the admin. The (original) admin files have a good code structure. It is build in 4 sections. Section number 4 is the most simple to code.
  7. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    The boxes is next on the list. I noticed i also uploaded a bma_ just to see if it works and how it looks . I can remove it later out of the repo, But ateast have a little play with it before that. I intend and suggest to make all blocks_left/right that i will include and others (hopefully) as fixed to the left or to the right. I tried to keep all the changed HTML as narrow possible. The stylesheet is also very limited. I believe it could have been completely empty. But hey pfffffffffffffff.
  8. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    I've by accident also included an unfinished hta_ called hta_sortable.php It is intended for sorting all modules via Drag 'n Drop. Yet that the GUI works, nothing is stored when playing with it The reason i not continued with it is that the question raised by a few supporters was turning in my mind. So i stopped my work and started to merge it with Gary's Frozen.
  9. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    Everything merged With @burt 's Frozen CE Have Fun !!
  10. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    @clustersolutions , @JAValeryon and the rest........ I almost merged all to the responsive version, almost done!
  11. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    What exact changes you talk about?
  12. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    I have no answer to that. But you should first figure out if it is in BS4. It can also be a packed with a bunch of extra scripts for the original Frozen. As i Sayed, i really do not a clue, i have never seen it in action. Perhaps another forum member can give you more info on that.
  13. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    Not that i am aware of. Not sure if the Frozen (extra) package you can get on request is made in bootstrap 4. you could ask in the frozen topic.
  14. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    - Boxes and Header-tags now also install-able. - added an hta_datepicker.php module used in customers.php (edited copy of the ht_jquery_datepicker.php from the front-end). - Several tiny fixes.
  15. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    @dr_lucas , you have a nice list of addons. I'm sure you know how to code a bm_* module.
  16. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    "als de ene koe schijt, schijt de andere ook"
  17. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    I must admin (as this repository is still under devellpment) the oscTemplate *boxes calls are not yet done. The whole menu on the left (columnLeft) is only 1 call to Tree up the whole menu.
  18. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    The idea for the admin is that eventually you can add your own coded boxes. The "core" developers only give YOU the opportunity.
  19. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    https://github.com/osc2nuke/oscommerce-2.3.4.1-CE Here you can show how it must be done.
  20. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    It is not only BS4. The same system that is used in your front-end for boxes can be used in the admin. So if you choose to fly-out......................... https://apps.oscommerce.com/
  21. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    The oscTemplate is already MV The C(ontroller) is missing couse of the lack of decent classes. And yes could use routes. Still, using the oscTemplate like we use it now. Comes closest to an MVC. Backporting to an MVC with only MV is much more easier.
  22. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    i wonder if this is something worth trying: https://azouaoui-med.github.io/pro-sidebar-template/bootstrap4/ Now as we can use : $oscTemplate->buildBlocks(); $oscTemplate->addBlock($block, $group); $oscTemplate->hasBlocks($group); $oscTemplate->getBlocks($group); And even for "right boxes" there is some room. In (almost) each admin file this could be replaced: if ( (tep_not_null($heading)) && (tep_not_null($contents)) ) { echo '<div class="col-md-4" >' . "\n"; $box = new box; echo $box->infoBox($heading, $contents); echo '</div>' . "\n"; } A little imagination for it required.......... Let's take the TOOLS from the columnLeft. It could directly link to a $oscTemplate->getContent('tools'); content module. Then in the "right" Show the links to all kind of tools. As these are more "view" parts of the admin and not have any configuration options.
  23. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    $oscTemplate is only spitting out arrays of content. I think it is the most simple approach.
  24. oscMarket

    BS4 admin

    Collapsible menu Thanks for remembering me @LeeFoster
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