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BrockleyJohn

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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from altoid in PayPal App for osCommerce Online Merchant   
    sorry Bobbee this is wrong and won't help anyone who uses it.
    If you do this then it will always use a value of 0 even when the setting is set. So you will get rid of the warning but you won't be able to see any paypal orders in admin because there's no matching status value. If you put quotes round it then it's a string and not a constant (defined or otherwise).
    The post you quoted was correct.
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from Jack_mcs in [CONTRIBUTION] Ultimate SEO URLs v2.1 - by Chemo   
    try checking for existence first:
    if ( ! (isset($seo_urls) && is_object($seo_urls)) ){  
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from Jack_mcs in [CONTRIBUTION] Ultimate SEO URLs v2.1 - by Chemo   
    try checking for existence first:
    if ( ! (isset($seo_urls) && is_object($seo_urls)) ){  
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from rule in Product Page Layout   
    I agree that doesn't fit very well with the delivered code.
    The layout that best represents what you want is two divs side by side, each half the width on sm and above, with the one on the right containing everything else that's not the gallery.
    The easiest way to achieve this is two extra modules, one that begins the container and another that ends it.
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from rule in Product Page Layout   
    I agree that doesn't fit very well with the delivered code.
    The layout that best represents what you want is two divs side by side, each half the width on sm and above, with the one on the right containing everything else that's not the gallery.
    The easiest way to achieve this is two extra modules, one that begins the container and another that ends it.
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from zefeena in Worldpay Hosted Payments extended   
    @zefeena the latest code is here https://apps.oscommerce.com/brAIY
    You also have a problem in your settings. Clear the Shopper Redirect settings highlighted - that could be sending people straight to your checkout success page and preventing order being finished off. You need to keep the payment response settings, though.

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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from ezfindit in Paypal Issue Could not verify the PayPal transaction   
    create a new business account in the developer.pp and use the same credentials (copied and pasted via notepad to ensure they are the same) to login sandbox.pp
    this definitely works, I just did it
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from ezfindit in Paypal Issue Could not verify the PayPal transaction   
    oh yes there are! They are in exactly the same place as the live ones; you have to log into the paypal account on sandbox.paypal.com and go into website payment preferences under settings.
    Makes it seem even more likely your settings are wrong...
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from ce7 in 2.3.4.1 is it BS?   
    Have you got a tax zone set up in admin and your store zone set?
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from oscMarket in Customer Orders Tab in Admin Orders (hook)   
    I have just uploaded v1.6 with a small enhancement: the total number of orders placed by the customer is displayed in the tab title - see attached image.

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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from oscMarket in Upgrading to the latest version   
    @indigoinstruments Stephan - first off I'm glad you realise that you need to go responsive. It's essential, however you achieve it, to get visitors through the search engines and to convert a large proportion of them into customers.
    Your site guys are right that dealing with undocumented customisation is an unknown quantity - and that is true whatever the approach. They are also right that putting a responsive skin on 2.2 is a viable approach (and probably more familiar to them). However, it's dated (it was previously the only option) and I think it's actually more risky than starting over on 2.3.4.1. CE Frozen.
    I would also be surprised if skinning your old store comes in cheaper and given that you are already having performance problems on your site, making it slower with an extra presentation layer seems like a bad idea.
    Configuring your new store on the Community Edition is much more straightforward and requires much less coding. Many addons don't need any at all. Even stuff done specifically for you is  much easier.
    If you don't have much idea of the addons in your existing store, it may be a good idea to ask for help in spotting the major ones. You can ask for paid help by posting in commercial support inquiries.
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from kymation in USPS Rate V4, Intl Rate V2 (official support thread)   
    need sense of humour
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from kymation in PayPal App for osCommerce Online Merchant   
    @Jack_mcs It appears to work now. Whether it's fixed or just plain magic I couldn't say
    ...or of course I might have clicked on the wrong method but there's no way to tell now!

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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from ce7 in [Addon} Modular Front Page   
    @ce7 Hi Lyn, I think that's your admin index.php not your catalog one.
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from frankl in [Addon] Google Customer Reviews GCR & Seller Ratings   
    OK folks - version 1.1 is now in the apps area.
    I've added an option to send products for review and a check on whether your database has the products_gtin field in it. One changed file, which is now self-updating once you've copied it in so no messing about un/re-installing.

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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from Dan Cole in [Addon] Product Sort Within Category   
    This addon has three simple unavoidable changes to core code and an optional simple change to admin categories. Amended code and instructions are provided for 2.3.4BS Edge but with comparable edits it would work on any 2.3+ store.
    It provides the means to change the default order of products with a category on index.php and supports the same product having different values in different categories.
    A separate admin page allows you to set all the sort orders within a category at once, and also lets you change the sort order of categories.
    Upload link coming when available.
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from beerbee in [Addon] Product Sort Within Category   
    Download from apps: https://apps.oscommerce.com/ZQoI0&product-sort-within-category-bs
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from Tsimi in NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!   
    @Tsimi I've no argument with that. A modularised approach with common code between the edit and ajax files is a very good idea too, and if well structured could readily support additional addons which would typically only hit one of the functional areas (eg. add/remove products for QTPro, SPPC, probably SSPP).
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from Tsimi in NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!   
    yep - some are (int) casts for the ids and everything else is tep_db_input
     
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from Tsimi in NEW! Complete Order Editing Tool!   
    I have just uploaded a version of this addon to https://apps.oscommerce.com/Apps&wwEZ9&order-editor-for2-3-v1-0
    It is reworked to use a header tags module instead of making changes to the checkout files to record the shipping method. This will also record it when the order was created by a payment method and not in checkout_process. It also uses the hooks mechanism to change admin orders. It is only necessary to change core code to make the order editor accessible from the list view of admin orders (by extending the hooks) or if the store records credit card information another change is required.
    I recommend that people who have installed previous versions take edit_orders_ajax.php from this version.
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from Tsimi in Discount Code BS   
    It's your maths that needs an apology not your English.
    If you take off 40% from a big number, you get a result that's 60% of the big number eg 60 from 100
    If you add 40% to 60 you should get 1.4 x 60 which is 84
    40% of 60 is less than 40% of 100
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from Tsimi in Discount Code BS   
    It's your maths that needs an apology not your English.
    If you take off 40% from a big number, you get a result that's 60% of the big number eg 60 from 100
    If you add 40% to 60 you should get 1.4 x 60 which is 84
    40% of 60 is less than 40% of 100
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from raiwa in Slim Checkout for BS   
    Even if it had, I don't think you'd see it there, as the content module would be treated as a different file. I don't think git understands moving a file, it deletes one and creates another somewhere else. But you're right, I don't think it got merged (so it's not my fault after all ;)
    I bet that's where his code came from, though.
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from oscMarket in Quickpay payment module for 2.3   
    Apps area link: https://apps.oscommerce.com/PFXjo&quickpay-payment-module&c=payment
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    BrockleyJohn got a reaction from imusorka in [Addon] Google Customer Reviews GCR & Seller Ratings   
    The code should be inserted even if you have not opted in to Reviews in your merchant account (it just won't show anything). If you aren't seeing the code when you view the source of the page (a 'find' on GCR will go to it), then check:
    that the header tags module is enabled (the first setting of the module in admin) that you have filled in the merchant id that the page you are checking is in the list (the shop root eg. catalog/ will be checked as index.php) As far as I recall, header tags modules should be processed even if the sort number is not unique, but if you have already checked the above, also make sure that the sort number is different from the other header tags modules.
    Please let me know how you get on.
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