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  1. Products Specifications was never designed to handle attributes/options. It would be possible to do, but I never wrote the code.

     

    You could still do this, but you would have to use a separate set of specifications that duplicate the size(s) of a product, then use Reverse Range filters to select from those.

     

    Regards

    Jim

     

    Thanks for quick reply, I will try :-)

     

    Torgrim


  2. This is a fantastic module Kymation :D, this looks like the perfect module for my idea, if I just can figure out how to implement the data.

     

    I have read your manual and the support threads without seeing a solution.

     

    I would like to make a size guide http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EN_13402 based on the European standard for labeling clothes sizes.

     

    One product in category “Jackets” and subcategory “men” has the Products Attributes Style, Color and Size.

     

    I would like to make a special filter based on the body dimensions, chest, height, waist and link this dimension to one Option Values in Products Attributes.

    e.g. Products Attributes with Option Values Size=sml should be displayed if the body size range is: chest 82–86 , height 154–166 , waist 70–74.

     

    Will this be possible?

    Best regards

    Torgrim


  3. Thanks for quick reply, I might have misspelled the url in the post, sorry about that.

     

    But is there any other thing that is wrong?

     

    I have only dragged the Javascript from developertool.php as written.

     

    And now I gets the error «404 Not Found nginx/1.2.3»

     

     

    If I try to modify the Javascript code with my own url to the …catalog/developertool.js.php file, located in my store, it still generate the same error:

     

    The original JavaSript:

    javascript:(function(){if%20(!/Firefox[\/\s](\d+\.\d+)/.test(navigator.userAgent)){alert('Sorry,%20due%20to%20security%20restrictions,%20this%20tool%20only%20works%20in%20Firefox');%20return%20false;%20};%20if(window.jquitr){%20jquitr.addThemeRoller();%20}%20else{%20jquitr%20=%20{};%20jquitr.s%20=%20document.createElement('script');%20jquitr.s.src%20=%20'http://www.kymation.com/developertool.js.php';%20document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(jquitr.s);}%20})();
    


  4. Hi have you followed the instructions in this thread for STS, just use the search at bottom of this thread and search for STS

     

    Steve

     

    Thanks for the tip, I have tried to past the code in the file checkout.php.html, but it does not help.

     

    I am not sure if I have placed the file correctly in the proper folder. The folder is:

     

    catalog/includes/sts_templates/sts_suncare_03/boxes/

     

    where sts_suncare_03 is my active STS directory.


  5. Hi!

     

    I am using STS and One page Checkout.

    When a customer try to checkout with a different country then default he will get a error message in checkout.js

     

    Payment options and shipping is not displayed and the customer cant checkout.

     

    Webpage error details
    
    User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6.4)
    Timestamp: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 09:35:00 UTC
    
    Message: 'get(...)' is null or not an object
    Line: 21 Char: 3 Code: 0
    URI: http://suncare.no/shop/catalog/includes/checkout/checkout.js
    

     

    Does any one know of a solution to this problem?

     

    Best regards

     

    Torgrim


  6. Thansk for a greate contribution, the One Page Checkout looks very good :D

     

    Is there any one that can point me in the right direction?

     

    I have installed the contribution that makes it possible for customers to choose between displaying all prices "Inc. VAT" or "Ex. VAT": http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/3408/v,22

     

    Now when the customer chooses Ex VAT the price will be calculated as a 25% discount.

     

    What file and line number calculates the (tax, total sum) in the shopping chart for One Page Checkout?

     

    If you all ready have both contributions installed I would be very happy for some code samples also :thumbsup:

     

    I found the file

    Linje 208 and 232 in includes/classes/onepage_checkout.php

     

    find the code:

    if (DISPLAY_PRICE_WITH_TAX == 'true'){

     

    replays with the code

    global $vat_disp;

    if ($vat_disp == '1') {

     

    Torgrim


  7. Thansk for a greate contribution, the One Page Checkout looks very good :D

     

    Is there any one that can point me in the right direction?

     

    I have installed the contribution that makes it possible for customers to choose between displaying all prices "Inc. VAT" or "Ex. VAT": http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/3408/v,22

     

    Now when the customer chooses Ex VAT the price will be calculated as a 25% discount.

     

    What file and line number calculates the (tax, total sum) in the shopping chart for One Page Checkout?

     

    If you all ready have both contributions installed I would be very happy for some code samples also :thumbsup:


  8. Dear all,

     

    I have been looking for a solution like Attribute Sets Plus where I can apply multiple attributes from one place. But I am also looking for a solution similar to osCommerce

    version 3.

     

    In version 3 it is possible to add multiple attributes to one product. If you sell products like a Sweater you will have different types of attributes like:

     

    A sweater consists of a specific style, style name and a description.

    The specific style can have multiple attributes like colour and size.

    For every colour and size combination you will have a specific price and item number, picture and a stock volume for that specific style, colour and size.

     

    Is there a similar contribution for version 2.x of osCommerce?


  9.  

    I will investigate further, but any more advice would be great.

    ~Mike

     

    I had the same problem with the Simple multi image addon and fancybox.js, it was solved when I put the same doctype in my sts_template.html:

     

    <!doctype html public "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">

    <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7" />

     

    Torgrim


  10. 1. Make a Zone for Australia. Apply Tax to Zone. Apply Tax to your Product(s).

    2. Make a test purchase using an address in Aus and then make the same purchase using an overseas address.

     

    I am new to osCommerce so it might be that there is some thing that I have forgotten to turn on. I tried your solution but it doesn’t work for me?

     

    I have deleted all the old zones and made only one Zone for Norway.

    I have applied a tax to the Zone and applied the tax to my products.

     

    I do get tax on all products for all countries if I set the parameter “Zone” under TAX ZONES to the value “All Zones”. If I select the value “Norge” that should apply only tax for Norway, there will not be any tax for any countries.

     

    Is there a parameter I haven’t switched on?

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