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    quetevendo reacted to raiwa in Addon Development - Best Practices   
    Suggestion:
    Additional languages in a separate folder, but in the same package.
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    quetevendo reacted to kymation in Addon Development - Best Practices   
    Suggestion: Include only English in the addon, and upload additional languages as separate addons. This allows the shop owner to choose the language(s) that they want, and not have additional unwanted languages cluttering up the install.
     
    Regards
    Jim
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    quetevendo reacted to piernas in Addon Development - Best Practices   
    Disagree. Addons sould contain at least english, AND optionally add any other language the author could decide. It makes life easier for non-english speakers.
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    quetevendo reacted to Mort-lemur in More talk about the future of osCommerce   
    @@burt I just think that everyone wants 2.3.4BS to be downloadable from the OSC site as the latest official version
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    quetevendo reacted to 14steve14 in More talk about the future of osCommerce   
    I hope everyone else thinks this is confusing. If I search google for oscommerce I would basically end up with an outdated unresponsive version, when there are two newer versions available that I can only download if I join the forums and if I am searching for them, which I wont be because I dont know they exist.
     
    Why not persuade those from above to have the responsive gold version as an official release and let many others use the responsive version. It may also get other developers interested and could advance oscommerce further. If this was to happen I and many others would spread the word that there has been a big step taken by oscommerce and its now responsive.
     
    So as I understand it there is three versions available, two are responsive and one isn't. Of the two responsive ones, I cannot really see the difference, but I cannot find them anyway. Why not spend time on one version, and stop making new versions for the sake of it. Everyone could then be pushing in the same direction.
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    quetevendo reacted to 14steve14 in More talk about the future of osCommerce   
    I thought this forum was supposed to be a place where people came to get help and advice on the official version of oscommerce. If you want to create a responsive fork of oscommerce, go and create your own forum and give support there. If its not official, then it should not be here, and you have made the distinct separation of what is available officially and what else is available.
     
    Enough said and enough cages rattled.
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    quetevendo reacted to Jack_mcs in Upcoming Changes   
    This is the first I heard that the BS version will be the official version. It appeared to me, and some others I spoke with, that this was a fork and not officially supported. As such, there's been little interest in it from me since I only support the official code. I think Harold should have stated this was going to be the case since it looked like a personal project. Or maybe he did and I just missed it.
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    quetevendo reacted to burt in Upcoming Changes   
    As most of you will know, my aim is to get osCommerce to a place where it can be seen as a competitor to other carts that have grown stronger while we have withered. To do this I need help from the WHOLE community, that means YOU.  Read on.

    Upcoming Changes Planned:

    1. Plug all pages into the osCtemplate class
    1.1 some pages will be Content Modular "cm_"
    1.2 most pages will be simpler Template Page "tp_" ((not an ideal) example right now: account.php)

    2. Make index.php 100% cm_, requires content modules for - PART DONE
    2.1 heading - gary
    2.2 welcome guest - gary
    2.3 main text - gary
    2.4 new products - gary
    2.5 upcoming products - gary
    2.6 subcategory icons 
    2.7 product lists in category pages

    3. Make product_info.php 100% cm_, requires content modules for - DONE
    3.1 product title - matt
    3.2 product price - matt
    3.3 gallery - matt
    3.4 description - matt
    3.5 options - matt
    3.6 reviews button - matt
    3.7 buy button - matt
    3.8 reviews - done
    3.9 also purchased - matt

    4. Create a Product Class, this class to be used shop-wide to display products data
    4.1 class can then be utilised elsewhere eg in addons and modules

    5. Plug in SEO as core code
    - obvious reasons
    5.1 this will add modules to many pages

    6. Microdata the hell out of every available page
    - good for google
     
    7. Move languages out of text files and into database or ini files
     
    8.  Update Products to look like it's not the year 2000.
     
    9. Bootstrap Installer DONE
     
    10. Bootstrap Admin
     
    11. Backport v3 Options/Attributes System
     
    12. Attribute Sort Order [Priority]
     
     
    It is time 

    It is time for more developers to step up to the plate and start swinging, so which of you are able to volunteer some time to do any of the above ?  
     
    It is time for more shopowners to step up to the plate and help to drive osCommerce forward by spending time to discuss their day to day operations using osCommerce, to test code that is provided and to provide feedback on that code.  
     
    Points for Discussion
     
    a] what other pages need to be full modular ?
     
    b] See "It is time" and if YOU have so far done nothing, ask yourself why.
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    quetevendo reacted to raiwa in [Contribution] iOSC - mobile version of OSC on your iPhone   
    Hello Scott @@greasemonkey,
     
    I just uploaded mobile 7.5.6  and didn't have a time yet to look on it.
    I'm thinking to stop iosc Mobile development and go to BS 2.3.4 and 2.4 responsive direction.
    If you get this implemented to mobile, feel free to upload your solution.
     
    Thank you and kind regards
    Rainer
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    quetevendo reacted to Harald Ponce de Leon in osCommerce Online Merchant v2.3.4   
    We're proud to announce the release of osCommerce Online Merchant v2.3.4! This release introduces a new Content Modules feature, secures the Administration Tool if SSL is enabled, and includes new and updated payment modules.
     
    Content Modules
     
    Content Modules is a new feature that builds and loads the content of a page through modules. The My Account, Login, and Checkout Success pages have been updated in this release to utilize Content Modules and can now be customized and manipulated through modules without editing source code files.
    Other pages will soon be updated to utilize Content Modules in following releases and improved on with your help and feedback.
     
    Log In with PayPal
     
    The first featured Content Module being introduced is Log In with PayPal which can be added to the Login page. This allows customers to authenticate themselves through PayPal without needing to create a local store account.
    Log In with PayPal supports a seamless checkout experience with PayPal Express Checkout where customers don't need to log in again when purchasing and starting the PayPal Express Checkout flow.
     
    HTTPS Administration Tool
     
    The Administration Tool now loads in HTTPS if SSL has been enabled on the store.
     
    Payment Modules
     
    The following payment modules have been updated to utilize the latest payment gateway APIs and to have each secured API call verified through CA public certificates.
    Some payment modules have also been updated to support stored card tokens where customers can securely store their card payment information at the payment gateway and to reference their cards in later purchases without needed to retype their card information again. These include:
    Sage Pay Direct
    Stripe
    Braintree

    PayPal
     
    The following modules have been updated:
    PayPal Express Checkout v3.0
    PayPal Payments Standard v3.1
    PayPal Payments Pro (Direct Payment) v3.0
    PayPal Express Checkout (Payflow Edition) v3.0
    PayPal Payments Pro (Payflow Edition) v3.0

    The following modules are being introduced:
    PayPal Payments Pro (Hosted Solution) v1.0

    The modules can be downloaded separately for existing stores at:
     
    http://addons.oscommerce.com/service/paypal
     
    Sage Pay
     
    The following modules have been updated:
    Sage Pay Direct v3.0
    Sage Pay Form v2.0
    Sage Pay Server v2.0

    The following modules are being introduced:
    Sage Pay Cards Management Page (content module)

    The modules can be downloaded separately for existing stores at:
     
    http://addons.oscommerce.com/service/sage_pay
     
    Authorize.net
     
    The following modules have been updated:
    Authorize.net Server Integrated Method (SIM) v2.0
    Authorize.net Advanced Integration Method (AIM) v2.0

    The following modules are being introduced:
    Authorize.net Direct Post Method (DPM) v1.0

    The modules can be downloaded separately for existing stores at:
     
    http://addons.oscommerce.com/service/authorizenet
     
    Stripe
     
    The following modules are being introduced:
    Stripe.js v1.0 (payment module)
    Stripe Cards Management Page (content module)

    The modules can be downloaded separately for existing stores at:
     
    http://addons.oscommerce.com/service/stripe
     
    Braintree
     
    The following modules are being introduced:
    Braintree v1.0 (payment module)
    Braintree Cards Management Page (content module)

    The modules can be downloaded separately for existing stores at:
     
    http://addons.oscommerce.com/service/braintree
     
    WorldPay
     
    The following modules have been updated:
    WorldPay Hosted Payment Pages v2.0

    The modules can be downloaded separately for existing stores at:
     
    http://addons.oscommerce.com/service/worldpay
     
    General Updates
     
    This release also includes the following general updates:
    Orders can now be blocked when no defined shipping rate is available for the destination
    Session management improvements
    Payment Acceptance box introduced
    jQuery libraries updated
    and minor bug fixes and improvements

    Download
     
    osCommerce Online Merchant v2.3.4 can be downloaded in full and update packages from:
     
    http://www.oscommerce.com/Products
     
    Thank You!
     
    We'd like to thank the community for their feedback on our releases. In addition, we thank the following people who participated in the development of this release.
    altoid
    ArtcoInc
    burt
    dculley
    Gergely
    Gyakutsuki
    hax8220
    joli1811
    mattjt83
    tim_ver
    Tsimi
    wHiTeHaT

    Reference
     
    The osCommerce Online Merchant release notes and upgrade guides can be found at:
     
    http://library.oscommerce.com/Online&en&oscom_2_3&release_notes
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    quetevendo reacted to Harald Ponce de Leon in osCommerce Online Merchant v2.3.3.2   
    osCommerce Online Merchant v2.3.3.2 is a general maintenance release focusing on PHP 5.5 compatibility, improving core features, and introducing new modules.
     
    This release is part of a weekly release schedule leading up to the final v2.3.4 release.
     
    Changes
    PHP 5.5 Compatibility
    Replace mysql_* database function calls with mysqli_*. (Harald)
    Administration Tool -> Dashboard -> Partner News
    Add new Administration Tool Dashboard module. (Harald)
    Administrator Account Initialization
    Prevent empty administrator account from being initialized. (Harald)
    tep_catalog_href_link()
    Take the catalog HTTPS path into consideration for HTTPS links. (Harald)
    Administration Tool Navigation Menu
    Collapse navigation menu on the Dashboard page. (Gergely)
    Google+ +1 and Google+ Share Social Bookmark Modules
    Show the button images in the chosen language. (Gergely)
    Template Modules
    Only include template module class files and language definitions if their files exist. (Harald)
    Canonical Header Tag Module
    Link to the main product information page and ignore product attribute combinations. (Gary)
    New Twitter Product Card Header Tag Module
    Add Twitter Product Card meta tags to the product information page. (Gary)
    New Google AdWords Conversion Tracking Header Tag Module
    Add Google AdWords Conversion Tracking code to the checkout success page. (Gary)

    Upgrade from v2.3.3.1 to v2.3.3.2
     
    A detailed upgrade guide is available online at:
     
    http://library.oscommerce.com/Online&en&oscom_2_3&release_notes&v2_3_3_2
     
    Download
     
    Full and Update Packages of osCommerce Online Merchant v2.3.3.2 can be downloaded at:
     
    http://www.oscommerce.com/solutions/downloads
     
    Thank You!
     
    We'd like to thank the community for their feedback on our releases. In addition, we thank the following people who participated in the development of this release.
     
    Bug Reporters
    GniDhal
    kymation

    Reference
     
    A full list of source code changes can be seen at:
     
    https://github.com/osCommerce/oscommerce2/compare/v2.3.3.1...upgrade2332
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