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  1. Hi Nick, That was the answer - change to "each parameter followed by the pass phrase". I didn't think of changing that as the instructions give no option on that setting - it would certainly help if the installation info was modified to allow this. When returning from the Postfinance site, there are a couple of points............ 1) The customer is returned to the login page (login.php) although still logged in. Would it be relatively simple to change this to the Home page (for example). 2) The shopping basket still contains the customers' order - how can I clear that ? Many thanks for your assistance. semper-linux
  2. Using OSC v2.3.1 Installed PostFinance payment module "openstream-OSCOM2PostFinance-d69d2fa" Hi PostFinance forum, I have just managed to run a successful 'local sandbox' test using the test form on the e-payment site. I'm trying test purchases from the shop but keep getting the error "unknown order/1/s" The FAQ tells me this is an error due to the SHAsignature not matching. I suspect it is something to do with the parameters not being sent correctly which I think is understandable as I cannot see the HTML code for the 'hidden' fields in any of the payment module files. I think I read somewhere that this code had to be pasted in to a file but which file and where ? I'm a bit lost on this - can someone put me right ? Many thanks semper-linux.
  3. Hi Forum, Thanks Jack_mcs for the reply. Made the mods you suggested but not much change. If you say it's not that important then I'll maybe not bother about it but I'm sure I read on a 'website Top Ten tips' that 'flawless' HTML validation was more or less a must for the crawlers. Thanks for the input. semper-linux
  4. Using OSC V2.3.1 with V3.0 Header Tags SEO. Hi Forum / Jack_mcs, I ran HTML validation on index.php and got a fistful of errors so logged the following post............. Just for reference, here's the code extract from template-top.php again................... /*** Begin Header Tags SEO ***/ if ( file_exists(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'header_tags.php') ) { require(DIR_WS_INCLUDES . 'header_tags.php'); } else { ?> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=<?php echo CHARSET; ?>"> <title><?php echo TITLE; ?></title> <?php } /*** End Header Tags SEO ***/ Is it possible that the "meta http-equiv" statement is causing the validation errors ? Many thanks, semper-linux
  5. Hi Forum, Thank you Nick for the reply. I think the easiest / simplest would be to de-install the Categories Desc. mod and then do the HT/SEO mod. I'll give it a try anyway. Many thanks semper-linux
  6. Using OSC V2.3.1 Add-on "Categories Description" already installed Hi Forum, I started to install Header Tags SEO and then ran into modified code in Catalog/index.php for the Categories Description mod. (SEO Mod #2 Install Catalog.txt) I completed the Database changes and the 'Install Catalog' section but the wheels came off. Put the site back together from the backup. I really want to keep the Categories Description mod - is there any way to get these two to live together in harmony ? Many thanks semper-linux