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  1. I've been searching through my notes for your name, I keep pretty good notes, but nevertheless I'm still coming up empty. I think it's criminal this user widget only shows me 4 of your 3k + posts. I know I thanked you for helping before, but thanks again. Pretty sure it had to do with ssl...

    Found you in the image path forum, upgrading to RC2 from MS2, what a joy!

    Bes...

  2. I haven't had much time to spend on it yet, other things got in the way. Ideally I'd like to keep the code as close to what's coming down the track but it's too early for me to see yet. It's easy enough to incorporate important stuff like security measures without moving totally towards the dev version but if the dev version ever turns into a release it would be nice to be close to it.
  3. Harald and Mark have introduced code which takes the development version of osC2 somewhat closer to this mod. I haven't yet looked closely enough at what they've done to see if their changes should be merged into my version. Move html layout to template_top.php/template_bottom.php; introduce dynamic per-file header tags modules
  4. has still not set his status

  5. Going back to my first post in this thread Just as a test I edited tp-boxfooter.gif, made it 156px wide, shoving the image to the right, leaving a white column 1px wide on the left. Fixes the problem in every browser I tried, Mac Firefox, Mac Opera, Windows Opera and didn't break any other browsers. So it's either accept that as a solution or create a new selector for the box footer. Neither solution is real elegant.
  6. Thanks very much. Reference is all I need, and all I can use really since I'm building on git source unless you are too. I'll do a compare and see how I match up. My immediate need is satisfied by the CSS conversion which I love and am very grateful for. I was dreading having to work with the tabled MS2 structure but now I'm wondering if a “Web 2.0” version “2.5” can be built. Update / Edit: I reread your post and realized that we are on the same page since you are building off the github master. If anyone wants my version of OSCommerce 2.2RC2a to table-less CSS I'll upload it and make it available.
  7. I'd like a copy too. I did all the other files, didn't take long but I skipped classes/boxes.php pending your reply.
  8. Super easy. Protect forms with a token ID that is assigned to a customers session You've already seen what happens to someone who tries to submit a form when the token is not supplied.
  9. I tracked down the cause of the problems on submit. I had missed a form creation parameter which tells the updated tep_draw_form function in html_output.php to request the data needed to satisfy the new tests. 14 files updated. Harald tracked down an unrelated issue which I had chased as a red herring in this thread. The new system is really much better, it will probably reduce the problems with the contact form being used for spamming to nothing, increasing security in many other places as well. It's overall much more secure than the 2.2a release.
  10. All fixed. Once I wasn't chasing the red herring of the session id constantly changing I tracked down the error and the changes I needed to make.
  11. Just another unrelated note. In the fix... @ini_set('session.use_only_cookies', (SESSION_FORCE_COOKIE_USE == 'True') ? 1 : 0); I noticed that “True” starts in upper case and I knew I'd seen and used “true” before in the db configuration table. Clearly it's not a big issue but it would seem there should be some consistency for fresh installs.
  12. Yes, that solves the problem with blocked cookies in the github “vanilla” version. Now I need to keep digging to see what's going on in the modded version. :angry: Update... Now at least I'm not getting a new session token for every click of the submit button when I try to log in on the modded version, so that's some progress. :)
  13. (Off topic) You might be interested to know that the CSS mod allows me to use... <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> which I found fairly impressive for an osC install.
  14. I originally blocked cookies so I could easily observe the session token to try and figure out what's happening.
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