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  1. sijo

    osCommerce VTS

    Glad to hear it works I dont think I would do that with ocVTS, but you can use this program for that. ocVTS is for admin use and not for users, that's why it is placed inside admin. (If I understand your question right?)
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    osCommerce VTS

    A new version has been uploaded. Whats new: * Updated virus.def and files.def * Added a new procedure to check for file_manager * Fixed some minor bugs about the notice message * Fixed a undefined variable bug * Fixed a bug with whitespace removing, made checking for php version Have fun!
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    SiteMonitor

    Have you set this to: define('DIR_WS_ADMIN', '/catalog/NewAdmin/');
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    You are welcome! Glad I could help
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    osCommerce VTS

    Sorry! All of this should be fixed in next release..
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    osCommerce VTS

    This is for debug mode only. Use this: $CONFIG['debug'] = 0; // OFF Have you installed ocVTS as described in the install.txt file? : ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- INSTALL: (remember BACKUP!) * make new folder 'AV' in catalog/admin * Edit config.php to your needs * Edit whitespace.php to your needs * Copy files in package: index.php - config.php - ocVTS.php - ocVTSa.php - whitespace.php - grep.php - virus.def - files.def to catalog/admin/AV * CHMOD all files 755 or lower * in catalog/admin/includes/header.php - find: </td> <td class="headerBarContent" align="right"><?php echo (tep_session_is_registered('admin') ? 'Logged in as: ' . $admin['username'] . ' (<a href="' . tep_href_link(FILENAME_LOGIN, 'action=logoff') . '" class="headerLink">Logoff</a>)' : ''); ?> </td> - add above: <!--osCommerce Virus & Threat Scan --> <?php echo ' | <a href="AV/' . 'index.php" class="headerLink">' . 'Virus & Threat Scan'; ?> <!--osCommerce Virus & Threat Scan --> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you have, then you should have a menu choice on the top line in admin: "Virus & Threat Scan" Click on that menu choice and you will get a new page where you can choose what to do..
  7. There is a problem with this package. At my end it dit not unzip with WinRar but it worked with WinZip...
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    Glad you made it.. You can play with this in dm_categories.php : $menu_layer_offset = array (0,4,4); I'm using (-42,4,4) on my site. You can also try this: Put the </div> closing tag back where it was and put this line under like this: <div id="website_name"><?php echo STORE_NAME; ?></div> <div id="menu_test"> Then in your stylesheet put this: div#menu_test { z-index: 8; position: absolute; top: 40px; } This is what I have done here When I installed Dynamenu on my site months back, I used hours of testing before I did find this solution
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    Yes, try to remove it to see if it make any changes to your menu..
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    Looks ok now.. And now the rest of the Dynamenu code (That I said was missing) is listed in your source.. If you dont have a grep program then download one and search for website_name in all your .php .htm .html files, then you should find it.. btw: your dm_categories.php file looks ok for now..
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    I hope this is not the way you have it like it is listed in your reply: // Output the footer for Dynamenu for osCommercecho $GLOBALS ['dmfooter']; It is hard to tell what is wrong since I dont know your configuration of Dynamenu. But as I can see from your source (mouce right click and click "View Source") Dynamenu is not present as it should. Find this line in your index.php or your template index file: <div id="website_name">Out Beyond The Dune Sea</div> Try to remove the closing div tag (</div>) and see if something happens...
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    You could use a grep program to search through your files to find this. Most likely it is in your index.php file or your template index file. You'll find it in the header: (On your sites frontpage, right-click mouse, click 'View Source') <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1"> <title>LandySpecials Lda</title> <base href="[url="http://www.landyspecials4x4.com//"]http://www.landyspecials4x4.com//[/url]"> <!-- start get_javascript(applicationtop2header) //--> <!-- end get_javascript(applicationtop2header) //--> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="stylesheet.css"> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="//includes/sts_templates/multiple/stylesheet.css"> </head> In your: <base href="http://www.landyspecials4x4.com//"> you have '//' after .com - remove them.. In the last line: <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="//includes/sts_templates/multiple/stylesheet.css"> you have href="// - those two '//' should not be there.
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    As I can see, you have not activated Dynamenu on your site? But I did find this error: href="//includes/sts_templates/multiple/stylesheet.css"> You have double '//' in your path..
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    Do you have this code at the end of both these files: catalog\includes\footer.php catalog\includes\application_bottom.php // Output the footer for Dynamenu for osCommerc echo $GLOBALS['dmfooter']; ?>
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    SiteMonitor

    Hmm, this is strange. I am logged in as 'c' every time I log in to Configuration. I dont know if this has been the case the whole time since I never paid attention to that.. But Sitemonitor is working ok..
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    SiteMonitor

    I managed to make myself logget in as 'c' - Why? I changed some letters in the "Start Directory" (path) configuration for Sitemonitor. That is, you dont have the right path on that line..
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    SiteMonitor

    You have to check that you have the right path in the script for this site too. Make a file called test.php and put in this code: <?php echo $_SERVER['SCRIPT_FILENAME'] ?> FTP this file to your site root and execute it in your browser, e.g. : www.yoursite.com/test.php It will show you the path of your site..
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    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    Try to use preg_replace instead..
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    SiteMonitor

    What do you have in catalog/includes/configure.php on this line? : define('DIR_FS_CATALOG', '/home/username/public_html/catalog/');
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    osCommerce VTS

    That's what i thought, php version 4 does not use ftp_chmod() but chmod.. This will be fixed in the next release where ocVTS will check for php version..
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    SiteMonitor

    Is this the path to your store?: /home/username/public_html/ I think you have to change username in this path..
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    osCommerce VTS

    What php version are you running your site on?
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    osCommerce VTS

    Did you fill in these in whitespace.php : $ftp_site = 'yoursite.com'; // your ftp site $ftp_usr = 'username'; // your ftp username $ftp_pwd = 'password'; // your ftp password $ftp_root = 'public_html'; // your ftp site root folder
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    osCommerce VTS

    A new version released today. Whats new: * Implemented a grep function where you can search your site for your own keywords * Fixed a undefined variable bug * Fixed ocVTS to check for only osCommerce's renamed admin dir Have fun!
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