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  1. Actually, in looking again at my issue, I see that the problem is more likely to be the image resize function. If I right-click and view the images, here is what I see: http://natrlobs.sc22.info/images/Sprucem.jpg <--Medium-sized image, correct size http://natrlobs.sc22.info/images/products/silk-and-milk/IMG_0711m.jpg <--also medium image, improperly sized. Can anyone tell me where I've gone wrong in my set-up to cause these resizes to be so far off? Thanks!!
  2. Hi, I wonder if someone can help me, please? I have two pages, one of which is displaying the images correctly, and the other which is, for some reason, resizing the large image to display at 60px: http://natrlobs.sc22.info/product_info.php?cPath=26&products_id=29 <--the good page http://natrlobs.sc22.info/product_info.php?cPath=23&products_id=32 <---the "bad" page On both pages, the "large" version of the image is being called, but on the good page, the javascript is rewriting the image to be 200px, and on the bad page, it's rewriting it as 60 px. Why???
  3. mran

    jQuery - Ultimate Product Pack

    Sorry, just realized that picture isn't readable. Let's try again:
  4. mran

    jQuery - Ultimate Product Pack

    Hi, I'm having a problem on my admin side. I've got all the files installed, and have triple checked my edits. When I got to admin > catalog > additional images, I get this error: "You database needs updated before this will operate correctly. Please run configuration utility." When I click the - Database Configuration Utility - link to the right, I get a 404 Page Not Found error. The file, additional_images_configure.php, the new one from Version 1.1 is in admin/includes as specified. If I try to ignore this and click one of the display product images, I get this: 1054 - Unknown column 'p.products_image_med' in 'field list' (select p.products_id, 0 as additional_images_id, p.products_model, pd.products_name, p.products_image, p.products_image_med, p.products_image_pop, m.manufacturers_name from products p left join manufacturers m on p.manufacturers_id = m.manufacturers_id left join products_description pd on p.products_id = pd.products_id and pd.language_id = '1') union all (select p.products_id, ai.additional_images_id, p.products_model, pd.products_name, ai.thumb_images as products_image, ai.medium_images as products_image_med, ai.popup_images as products_image_pop, m.manufacturers_name from products p left join manufacturers m on p.manufacturers_id = m.manufacturers_id left join products_description pd on p.products_id = pd.products_id and pd.language_id = '1' join additional_images ai on p.products_id = ai.products_id) order by products_name, additional_images_id limit 0, 20 The SQL file has been run. My additional_images table looks like this: Any ideas where I messed up?
  5. mran

    jQuery - Ultimate Product Pack

    I have a question. Has anyone installed this over OSC > CSS? The catalog files as are fairly different, much smaller and lighter, and I'm getting pretty confused trying to make the edits from the table-based layout of the original OSC files used by the jQUPP contrib. If you've already done the edits, would you consider making a zip to share? Thanks!!
  6. George, would you possibly be willing to make a zip file of the catalog edits for the jQuery Ultimate Product Pack under OSC to CSS, if you already have them done? Or anyone? I'm going pretty cross-eyed here, and am a bit mystified as to where to put some of it. File comparison is much more of a challenge when the two files are very different to begin with. Even if you have one that is pretty customized, I think it might be a lot easier than trying to read from the table-based edits. Thanks a bunch if you can help--I bet a lot of people might find it nearly as useful as your OSC>CSS contrib.
  7. Thank you, George, I'll look into this. (tiny wail from deep inside, "oh noes!!!!! Another huge contrib to intall!!!)
  8. I have a different, related question concerning multiple product images. I had previously installed "Simple Multi Image Add-on (Un-Limited) with FancyBox Popups," though I can't say whether it was working on the front end. My client *loves* the way the PrettyPhoto pop-up looks, so I'd like to keep that. Is there a different multi-image add-on I should use, or can anyone suggest a way to integrate what I have already--the existing contrib is already installed in the admin and if there's some way to pull that output into my page, and still keep the PrettyPhoto function and appearance, that would be great. The client would just like to see her image array on the image detail page. Right now, there's only one image on there. http://natrlobs.sc22.info/product_info.php?cPath=26&products_id=29 Does PrettyPhoto have a "next image" function?
  9. I think I've resolved this issue for myself. On my product_info.php file, there are two groups of <script> that deal with the image in the product display. The first is around line 157-159, and is not commented out. The second group is just below this at 161-163, and is commented out. Just reverse this--comment out the section from 157-159, and uncomment the one from 161-163. Before I did this, the image on my page was appearing at 1000px--the size of the image itself, and the source was outputting some inline css telling it to be that size. Tat's probably where your 400px is coming from--just the size of the image itself.
  10. For anyone who had the same issue I did, some weird html disparity between Firefox and IE, here is what worked for me. I don't pretend it's a reasonable solution, but I'm in a hurry to finish up this project. I used an IE conditional comment: <!--[if IE ]> </div> <![endif]--> Yes, it's ugly and stupid. But it'll do for now. :)
  11. Thanks. I do know how to do that. But it somehow looks as if IE is reading *HTML* differently. I bet I can find some javascript to let me stick a </div> in there for that one stupid browser. And lo, upon the land, a cry was heard, "bloody stupid IE!!"
  12. Well, I did go read the manual--very helpful, and I've been over all the relevant files, and found some issues that I changed, and I've managed to resolve the first issue I had with the container_12 div collapsing in IE. The second problem, though is still confusing. It appears that IE believes the footer div is inside the column_right div...but it isn't. It's not so in the HTML, and Firebug doesn't see it that way. However, if I add an extra </div> below the column_right </div>, then IE is happy...but Firefox is not. Perhaps I am not fully understanding the subtleties of the alpha/omega relationship, but as far as I can tell, it shouldn't apply here. This doesn't seem to be a margin issue at all or have anything to do with floats or widths. It looks as if IE is somehow reading the HTML differently than FF. I've never seen this before. Any ideas? Here's the site. http://natrlobs.sc22.info/index.php
  13. Awww, you mean I have to know what the heck I'm doing? LOL! Okay, okay. Off to read the manual. Thanks!! The contribution is really wonderful--I don't know what I would have done without it.
  14. Hi, I am *loving* this contribution! It has speeded things up for me tremendously. I do have two issues with IE (and how lucky I am that it's only two, eh?) Probably the one that I haven't resolved is some silly RTM issue, but if someone can easily take a quick glance and just tell me where I messed up, I'd really appreciate it. I used the basic template that came with the contrib, just modified it some. It looks perfect in FF, and breaks in IE, of course. First issue was that the content "container_12" div was disappearing in IE, spilling all the contents onto the body background. I fixed that by adding "min-height: 120%;" to the container_12 styles. Secondly, down at the bottom of this page http://natrlobs.sc22.info/index.php you can see in IE where the right column extends down far enough to mess up the footer div. I've put borders around the three relevant divs to make this obvious. Somehow, it appears that IE believes the footer div is inside the column_right div, but the HTML quite clearly insists it is not. In Firebug, I can see nothing at all out of place. AND, I have <div class="clear"> all over the place. Not helping. There's one at the end of column_right, one just outside column_right, and several more sprinkled around just for luck. Anyone more familiar with the 960 system than me? Thanks!!
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    Article Manager v1.0

    So...Jack_mcs has said several times that he does not know the cause of this error, which is fair enough. Has anyone else figured it out? I'm experiencing it also, of course. FWIW, I'm using Header Tags SEO v.3.2.3, and Article Manager 1.57 (5_1a) on top of STS 4.6, in OSC v2.2 RC2a, with PHP 5.2.13. If I find a solution, I will post it here. Thanks, all.
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