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  1. MattReid

    Paypoint.net 2012

    Hello Has anybody managed to force a Paypoint.net (formerly SECpay) module to work? I can see from the forums that it's always been problematic, but the last post I can find on the matter was April 2009, and even that didn't look resolved. If anyone's got a working module for the current Paypoint.net system, I'd be eternally grateful to see it. Cheers Matt
  2. Has this ever been looked at? The amount the thumbnail buttons are knocked out of place is different on different browsers, eek.
  3. Hi. Did anyone ever work out how to resolve the conflict between this add-on and the thumbnail view in Product Listing Enhancements? So that the 'Buy Now' and 'Details' buttons under each thumbnail can remain level in all browsers after Pure CSS Image Swap is added?
  4. MattReid

    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    Hi, how are you doing with this? Is this V2.8.9? I want to install AJAX AM on my 2.2rc2a and need to know if I should wait for some 'ultimate' version coming soon. Thanks. (I am only using English)
  5. Hello mate. I'm no pro either but I've been through the same issue. You're looking at the following entries in stylesheet.css .infoBoxProducts { margin-bottom:-14px; } /* set pos buy/details button on list */ img.buy_now { margin-bottom:10px; } /* set pos buy/details button on thumbnail */ img.thm_buy_now { margin-bottom:0px; } Those values are mine, but the last one ensures that my buy now and details buttons are side by side in the thumbnail setting. To get the horizontal space between them down to zero, like in the screenshot in my previous unanswered post, you'll need to find the appropriate "|" symbol in includes/modules/product_listing.php and take it out, along with the " " on either side of it.
  6. :'( The random drawing and not-drawing of the thumbnail border (and background colour!) persists, it's doing my head in, I keep thinking I've had and idea but it does nothing. I know you didn't know how to sort it Sam, but where would you begin to look for an answer? Please point me there, be a chap.
  7. Figured it! Sorry, thank you. (Not wanting round corners, I'd dumbly assumed I didn't need DD_roundies.js)
  8. I'm sorry Sam, but again you're overestimating my basic level of understanding. :( Which file do I go to in order to "place the Dynamenu script after the roundies code"?
  9. ^ Sure enough it's fine in Firefox, but I do have my <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7" /> in place...
  10. Hi Sam, I've been trying successfully to leave you alone, but there's just this: My Dynamenu vertical flyouts are being obscured by my product thumbnails in Product Listing Enhancements. I thought something simple like this (z-index) would do it: .vertsubframe { /* Color of submenu item and border */ background-color: #7f776f; border: 2px solid #ffffff; position: relative; display: block; padding: 2px; z-index: 1; (or a higher number) } But alas no. Any pointers?
  11. MattReid

    "Dynamenu" for osCommerce

    ( :thumbsup: Thanks jennyb for your reply, but I went for vertical flyouts.) So my vertical flyouts are being obscured by my product thumbnails in Product Listing Enhancements. I thought something simple like this (z-index) would do it: .vertsubframe { /* Color of submenu item and border */ background-color: #7f776f; border: 2px solid #ffffff; position: relative; display: block; padding: 2px; z-index: 1; (or a higher number) } But alas no. Any ideas anyone?
  12. MattReid

    Graphical Borders

    Heh, a week later and I've found everything except "Your shopping cart is empty!" is still displayed in a type 1 box. Throw me a bone before I go mental? From shopping_cart.php ... <?php } } } else { ?> <tr> <td align="center" class="main"><?php new infoBox(array(array('text' => TEXT_CART_EMPTY))); ?></td> </tr> I'm sure it's achingly obvious, but not to me I'm afraid Sam. >_<
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    Graphical Borders

    No, I'm not a novice with HTML, but I am taking on a lot at the same time for an old dog, and that was the end of a tired Friday. Thanks again for your help Sam. Now then, how come shopping_cart and advanced_search and 'There are no products to list in this category' are still using mws_boxHeader rather than mws_header_main? :-" Don't feel you have to answer that, once more unto the brain-scrambling code I go...
  14. MattReid

    Graphical Borders

    The valign="top" doesn't seem to be anything to do with my goal, or my current knackered looking and misplaced box problem. I'll keep mucking about with that function and try try try againing, I guess. Edit: I think I see what I have to do now, which is sort of adjust mws_header_main to look like mws_boxHeader. Apologies, it felt too rude to say "Your grammar's iffy mate, I can't understand a word." Have a nice weekend.
  15. MattReid

    Graphical Borders

    Er, sorry, that was because reading this as a novice it didn't mean much: I realise now that you mean this, in mws_functions: function mws_header_main ($msg='') { $output = ' <td valign="top"> <table border="0" width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> <tr> <td>' . tep_image(DIR_WS_IMAGES . 'infobox_main/upper_left.gif','') . '</td> <td class="mws_boxTop_main" align="center" valign="middle" width="100%">' . $msg . '</td> <td>' . tep_image(DIR_WS_IMAGES . 'infobox_main/upper_right.gif','') . '</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="mws_boxLeft_main"></td> <td class="mws_boxCenter_main"> <table border="0" width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> <tr>'; return $output; But don't really see what I have to do to get to my goal. It seemed such a simple goal with probably a simple answer... :(
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