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  1. I tried to do it myself, changing this and that and seeing what works and doesn't...but I'm pretty lost. Would it be too much trouble if you could edit it so that the default just comes first ie. default title with HTTA on? Thanks.
  2. Thanks for the help so far. Really appreciate it. This is the directions for HTC So if you have the option checked, both titles will be displayed. Let's say your title is Mysite and the default title is osCommerce. With HTTA on, the title is Mysite Oscommerce With HTTA off, the title is Mysite However, is there a way to change it so that the ordering is switched With HTTA on, the title is Oscommerce Mysite With HTTA off, the title is Oscommerce I would like to turn on HTTA all the time so that every webpage header would have the "oscommerce" first and then list the rest after. If someone can tell me how to change the ordering of that it would be great. Thank you. I think I found a small bug as well. If you turn on all the options for product_info and turn on HTPA option as well. And you check a product info page, the spacing is okay. But if you look at the source code and the meta keyword and description...it combines two tags with no space.
  3. Permissions settings for the /home/my_domain/public_html/shop/includes/header_tags.php file appear to be incorrect. Change to 755 Error Permissions settings for the /home/my_domain/public_html/shop/includes/languages/english/header_tags.php file appear to be incorrect. Change to 755 After I installed I got that? Did I install it wrong or do I just need to change the permissions? I followed bkellums post http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?s=&...t&p=1086557 I also had a question to this step.... Step 7: Be sure you have the following line of code at the beginning of your includes/header_tags.php file: require(DIR_WS_FUNCTIONS . 'clean_html_comments.php'); - or - require_once(DIR_WS_FUNCTIONS . 'clean_html_comments.php'); My shop seems to work without that code but... If i add that first code I get a fatal error when trying to view my shop. Fatal error: Cannot redeclare clean_html_comments() (previously declared in /home/my_domain/public_html/shop/includes/functions/clean_html_comments.php:11) in /home/my_domain/public_html/shop/includes/functions/clean_html_comments.php on line 24 If i add that second code I don't get a fatal error and it works. Just wondering what the purpose of it is.
  4. I did everything the install told me to do manually and when I go to the /shop/admin it leads me to the login page but on top of the oscommerce logo on that page, there is... //START STS 4.1 define('BOX_MODULES_STS', 'STS'); //END STS 4.1 I thought that was part of the install, but when I input my username and password it gives me this error... //START STS 4.1 define('BOX_MODULES_STS', 'STS'); //END STS 4.1 Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/my_domain/public_html/shop/admin/includes/languages/english.php:305) in /home/my_domain/public_html/shop/admin/includes/functions/general.php on line 22 How do I fix this please? Did I do something wrong?
  5. Okay I installed this and it seems to do what i want. I set up the 3 zones as us 48 states, us alaska and hawaii, and "rest of the world" "rest of the world" is the default setting when you go to admin->modules->shipping->MultiGeoZone MultiTable. so i thought it would automatically make any other place beside the 48 states and alaska and hawaii take the "rest of the world" price table. however, it doesn't do this. is this because "rest of the world" is not defined as a tax zone. so if not, is there an sql file i can just import that defines for all other zones with exception to the zones i have defined such as the 48 states and alaska and hawaii
  6. As of now, we want the zones to be United States and Rest of the World.
  7. Just a quick question. Does this contribution only work with order weight or can it work with order price too? Thanks. This is what i would like to do... I want to do a country based region shipping rate where... 1..Regions can be composed of US or of any other country 2..Order weight or price can be used to calculate shipping price. 3..Any number of regions So for example. I can set United States as one region and make it 50:5.99,9999999:0 *so it would be $5.99 for orders under $50 and free shipping on orders above $50 Then I want to set any other country to ship like 50:10.00, 9999999:20.00 *so it would be $10.00 for orders under $50 and $20 on orders above $50
  8. I finally found out how to word what i want properly... I want to do a country based region shipping rate where... 1..Regions can be composed of US or of any other country 2..Order weight or price can be used to calculate shipping price. 3..Any number of regions So for example. I can set United States as one region and make it 50:5.99,9999999:0 *so it would be $5.99 for orders under $50 and free shipping on orders above $50 Then I want to set any other country to ship like 50:10.00, 9999999:20.00 *so it would be $10.00 for orders under $50 and $20 on orders above $50 Any contribution that can do this.
  9. tookie

    State Based Region Shipping Rates

    Hello the contribution link in the first page doesn't work. I think I'm looking for something like this. But a country based shipping rate where... 1..Regions can be composed of US or of any other country 2..Order weight or price can be used to calculate shipping price. 3..Any number of regions So for example. I can set United States as one region and make it 50:5.99,9999999:0 *so it would be $5.99 for orders under $50 and free shipping on orders above $50 Then I want to set any other country to ship like 50:10.00, 9999999:20.00 *so it would be $10.00 for orders under $50 and $20 on orders above $50 Can this contribution do this?
  10. hey satish. thanks for the reply. searched for "multi zone" in the contribution search but which one is it?
  11. The oscommerce shipping module table rate is great. I just made the it so that from $0-50 is $5 and anything above $50 is free shipping. Originally I shipped to US domestic customers as was the policy. Now I want to ship to international customers. However, I want to charge shipping to those orders as it would cost too much to provide free shipping. It would be great to have another table rate to apply to international shipping so that I could control what to charge for different areas of shipping. What would be the best way to do this? Please help. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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