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  1. @valquiria23 The file contains javascript code. It's the javascript code that appears in the source which is normal. cheers
  2. @milkman45 All I can suggest is that you compare your Auspost shipping module files with the original files, and also investigate and do further testing to see if it some other cause. Sorry, but I can't help any further than that. ip has nothing to do with this module. Regardless, I have no control over the response times from the Auspost servers in retrieving shipping rates. I'm not sure why though you would be getting excessive delays as you claim. They may sometimes have excesses loads on their servers. I have not tested this lately, sorry but at the moment I don't have time. I would suggest you ask if anyone else is experiencing this issue of maybe contact Australia Post. cheers
  3. @milkman45 I don't know where you're getting that ip from. When I ping the Australia Post api server "digitalapi.auspost.com.au" (from inside the file apdomexp.php, shown in you log above) I get this ip "digitalapi.auspost.com.au" is the only connection used by the module to the Australia Post api server to retrieve the postage rates: $api_server = 'https://digitalapi.auspost.com.au'. If you look at the attached screen images (which are ip lookups) you'll see that points to some server in India. (the correct one) points to the server in Melbourne. There is also a trace route (the black screen shot) also confirming this. Check that you haven't been hacked.
  4. @valquiria23 Hi Val, Sorry for taking so long to look at this but I am still travelling so haven't had time to look at any issues with my add-ons. I will look at them as soon as I get a chance (possibly a few weeks, or earlier if I can). In the mean time try turning off other addons that are similar to this one that also use javascript in case there is a conflict, since no-one else has reported similar issues. cheers
  5. @radhavallabh Hi, sorry for late reply, currently travelling. Thanks for the fix. The cookie script file has been taken out of the latest osC BS/CE version. Another simple fix would be to put the cookie js file back. Will update in next release of this add-on. cheers
  6. @valquiria23 Hi Valquiria, Sorry but I can't look at this at the moment as I am currently travelling. But looks like the javascript code might need some tweaking. I'll look at it as soon as I get a chance. cheers
  7. @inra311 You might need to apply the fix by Moxamint at the top of the previous page. cheers
  8. I've had a look at your site and I see what you mean. The problem is with the colours of your theme. The add-on just uses the colours from your theme by default, to match your theme. I haven't incorporated a means to easily switch colours. But if you want to have a play try this file: "ext\typeahead\css\ht-twitter-typeahead.css" (you need to have knowledge of css files). Sorry but I won't be helping you with that. Make sure you have a backup copy of original. cheers
  9. @inra311 It seems that the cookie.js file (which this add-on needs) has been removed from the latest CE version, not sure why. The installation routine never checked for this file as it assumed it was always there. It only checked for the files that were being uploaded for this add-on. I have attached a zipped copy of the file. Download and extract it to "ext/jquery" folder on your server. See if that fixes your problem. Hopefully nothing else has been changed in the latest CE version to break add-ons. cheers cookie.zip
  10. @inra311 Have you got a link to your site so that I can see what the problem is. You can check the link to my test site in my post further above to see a working version. cheers
  11. @Streamcode Installed latest osC BS EDGE version here: https://www.auzcommerce.com.au/osc234bs_edge/. Still wasn't able to replicate your issue. I'm not aware of anyone else having this problem. You need to check or get help with your "SSL/session/cookie" configuration since your "osCsid" in the URL should disappear from the URL after first click on your site. Do this first and see if it rectifies the issue. Here is another site that you can see where this add-on works fine without emptying the cart: https://www.grandpas.co.nz cheers
  12. @Streamcode Hi, wasn't able to replicate the problem here on demo site https://www.auzcommerce.com.au/, but demo site is not latest BS version, slightly older. Will have to update to latest and test again when I get a chance. But it's looks light it could be a session/cookie issue. Will let you know results when completed test. Why is your osCsid always appearing in your URL? Check your admin settings. cheers
  13. Hi @valquiria23, Apologies for late reply. This front page version of the featured products carousel was something I began working on a while ago and never got around to creating the index version etc. Sorry, but at the moment I don't have a lot of time for creating additional modules. Although, you can get this front page version to work in index, by just moving all the files to the "index" folder instead of the "front_page" folder (also the language file). Remember to remove the "front page featured products carousel module" first in admin before moving the files. Once you have moved the files then install the module again and you will see that it will exist within the index group. Then just alter the "sort order" option to place in the order you want it to appear on the index (front) page. You can see it working under the "customer greeting" at the sample link provided above. Enjoy.... cheers
  14. Hi @valquiria23 Try this package I have attached (zip file below). See sample here: http://www.auzcommerce.com.au/osc234bs_test/ I assume you have other front page modules so you should have the code below inside your index.php file (near the bottom): <div class="row"> <?php echo $oscTemplate->getContent('front_page'); ?> </div> cheers front page featured products carousel.zip
  15. Hi Rainer @raiwa Glad you got it sorted out. Appreciate your efforts as many others would also. Sorry that I misunderstood that you referred to older modules. Just to confirm that this applies to other older Australia Post shipping modules, not this contribution since the code above does not exist. But this contribution is still to be tested on PHP7, and not recommended for osC BS version. cheers