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  1. toshichris

    Product Name on the Orders Admin Page

    Burt, your blog post shows EXACTLY what I'm lookin' to do. Thanks! Now, how can I persuade you to give me the two lines of code I need to accomplish my mission? ;) I can add and do a bit of light editing, but I'm not quite savvy enough to write this out from scratch.
  2. toshichris

    Product Name on the Orders Admin Page

    Understood. My catalog isn't getting flooded with many orders per day, so I don't think it would be an issue in my particular instance, but I see where you are coming from. What about an add-on Report that could give me the type list I'm looking for?
  3. I've hunted through the add-ons and searched this forum to no avail... On the Orders.php page in the catalog admin, I've got these table headings: Customers, Order Total, Date Purchased, Status, and Action. Looks like this: Jane Doe | $100.00 | 05/31/2011 07:00 | Pending John Smith | $20.00 | 05/30/2011 06:00 | Pending Joe Blow | $90.00 | 05/28/2011 05:00 | Processing I would like to add a Product column that would display the product name for each order. For example: Jane Doe | Superman Hot Toys | $100.00 | 05/31/2011 07:00 | Pending John Smith | Plush Darth Vader | $20.00 | 05/30/2011 06:00 | Pending Joe Blow | Spiderman Hot Toys, Superman Hot Toys | $90.00 | 05/28/2011 05:00 | Processing Wouldn't need to be comma separated, could be just a break. EVEN BETTER, if I could get the product price next to the product name: Jane Doe | Superman Hot Toys $90.00 | $100.00 | 05/31/2011 07:00 | Pending John Smith | Plush Darth Vader $16.50 | $20.00 | 05/30/2011 06:00 | Pending Joe Blow | Spiderman Hot Toys $80.00, Superman Hot Toys $90.00 | $190.00 | 05/28/2011 05:00 | Processing Does anyone know of an add-on that will do this? My catalog version is 2.2. I tried "Orders-at-a-Glance" module, but that only puts the info in a CSS pop-up, doesn't actually list the products right on the table. I also tried this "Add Order ID" which works great, but only for the Order ID number. Any help anyone can give would be much appreciated!
  4. toshichris

    Google Base feeds

    Fantastic. Thanks for the clarification!
  5. toshichris

    Google Base feeds

    A quick question regarding the basics of how this works: once I've set everything up per the instructions above, my products will start appearing in the "Shopping" results of a Google search? I was under the impression merchants had to pay Google to have their products appear in those listings. That not the case? Or am I not understanding where the individual product results will be displayed on the Google end of things?
  6. Just a quick note to thank everyone here (Jack_mcs and FWR Media, I'm lookin' at you guys) for helping me get my implementation of Ultimate SEO up and running. This is an impressively active forum filled with really good information and members. Thanks much!
  7. Thank you for the suggestion. Didn't know you could have more than one. I put it in the root, but get a 500 internal server error. Maybe I'm not using the "right root". The root should be where the index.php file is, right? Could it possibly be above that? (and deepest apologies for the multi-posting. It kept timing out, so I didn't think it went through)
  8. Had to roll back. So close! I'm thinking it is an .htcaccess problem. I'm running OSCommerce 2.2. My .htcaccess file is in this directory: "/includes/.htcaccess". Per FWR's suggestion, I have the "RewriteBase /" set. Or am I off base? It did successfully change "http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/product_info.php?products_id=1383" to this "http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/star-wars-yoda-lightsaber-chopsticks-p-1383.html", but that new-and-improved link lead to a 404. This is gonna be stellar if I can get it working! Thanks again!
  9. Had to roll back. So close! I'm thinking it is an .htcaccess problem. I'm running OSCommerce 2.2. My .htcaccess file is in this directory: "/includes/.htcaccess". Per FWR's suggestion, I have the "RewriteBase /" set. Or am I off base? It did successfully change "http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/product_info.php?products_id=1383" to this "http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/star-wars-yoda-lightsaber-chopsticks-p-1383.html", but that new-and-improved link lead to a 404. This is gonna be stellar if I can get it working! Thanks again!
  10. Had to roll back. So close! I'm thinking it is an .htcaccess problem. I'm running OSCommerce 2.2. My .htcaccess file is in this directory: "/includes/.htcaccess". Per FWR's suggestion, I have the "RewriteBase /" set. Or am I off base? It did successfully change "http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/product_info.php?products_id=1383" to this "http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/star-wars-yoda-lightsaber-chopsticks-p-1383.html", but that new-and-improved link lead to a 404. This is gonna be stellar if I can get it working! Thanks again!
  11. Had to roll back. So close! I'm thinking it is an .htcaccess problem. I'm running OSCommerce 2.2. My .htcaccess file is in this directory: "/includes/.htcaccess". Per FWR's suggestion, I have the "RewriteBase /" set. Or am I off base? It did successfully change "http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/product_info.php?products_id=1383" to this "http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/star-wars-yoda-lightsaber-chopsticks-p-1383.html", but that new-and-improved link lead to a 404. This is gonna be stellar if I can get it working! Thanks again!
  12. Had to roll back. So close! I'm thinking it is an .htcaccess problem. I'm running OSCommerce 2.2. My .htcaccess file is in this directory: "/includes/.htcaccess". Per FWR's suggestion, I have the "RewriteBase /" set. Or am I off base? It did successfully change "http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/product_info.php?products_id=1383" to this "http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/star-wars-yoda-lightsaber-chopsticks-p-1383.html", but that new-and-improved link lead to a 404. This is gonna be stellar if I can get it working! Thanks again!
  13. That got me rolling! I really, really appreciate the help. It looks like it is working, but the product and categories are giving me a 404 error. The default page works great. Check it out: http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/ The URL looks like I expect it to look (http://www.hollywoodheroes.com/star-wars-yoda-lightsaber-chopsticks-p-1383.html, for example). I can only leave the site like this for a minutes before I have to roll it back. Again, greatly appreciating the help here!
  14. Thank you very much - I'll try that! So, modify the seo.class.php so it reads "base64_encode(gzdeflate($value, 0))" instead of "base64_encode(gzdeflate($value, 1))"? Will it still work? Thanks again!
  15. Two quick questions about the AWESOME add-on: Just installed 22d_7, closely followed the instructions, and am getting this error: 500 Internal Server Error Fatal error: Call to undefined function gzdeflate() in /usr/local/sftp2/www/www.hollywoodheroes.com/htdocs/includes/classes/seo.class.php on line 2367 Also, it appears that the catalog I'm working on has been installed in an "htdocs" directory (even though the URL doesn't show that - just www.hollywoodheroes.com). My .htaccess file is then inside an "includes" includes directory. Not sure what my "RewriteBase /directory/" should look like. Help me Obi-Wan!
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