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  1. This is Release v1.0 of iOSC - mobile version of OSCommerce for iPhone. iOSC Mobile v1.0 It will allow navigating through your website frontend easily using mobile devices. All standard pages were redesigned to fit 320x420 iPhone and iPod Touch screens. Based of standard version of OSC v2.2 See live example at http://zaramir.com/osc/mobile Feedback is greatly appreciated Andrey
  2. Excellent post, Escaping. Unfortunately, between my work and my family I don't have time to work on this contribution. So, if anyone would like to continue support the add-on, you are more then welcome Here is the svn for the latest code: GoogleCode
  3. Is it just a google bot or all robots? May be we should include this meta to mobile files: <meta name="googlebot" content="noindex, nofollow">
  4. Which mobile device you use? iPhone/iPod? If not , what is the user-agent signature for this device?
  5. Yes. Every page should be redirected to corresponding mobile page for most mobile devices. Automatic redirect for mobile browsers add this lines to the end of your catalog/includes/ application_top.php file define(DIR_MOBILE_CLASSES , 'mobile/includes/classes/'); require(DIR_MOBILE_CLASSES . 'mobile_redirect.php'); $mobileRedirect = new mobileRedirect;
  6. You have a custom combo box "product_qty", this box is not in mobile version. That might be a problem. you should include product_qty to mobile_product_info.php as well
  7. Most of the time if site shows some weird behavior, it's due conflict with other contributions. Please send me links to your site and we will try to solve those issues one by one. Sometimes I'm not around for few days, so please be patient ;)
  8. By default for WAP browsers I'm trying to redirect every page to mobile version (if exists) Logic is in mobile/includes/classes/mobile_redirect.php If you want to suppress redirect you call any page with $_GET['redirectCancelled'] == 'true'
  9. PiLLaO, jholdersatx Thank you. Changes in v2.0c This is Release v2.0c(beta) of iOSC - mobile version of OSCommerce for iPhone. More errors in AJAX part resolved. Ajax i disable by default right now. To initialize AJAX go to catalog/mobile/includes/configure.php and replace last line with define ('AJAX_ENABLED', false); Bad link in PC Site button corrected. http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/6529
  10. This is Release v2.0(beta) of iOSC - mobile version of OSCommerce for iPhone. Previous version of iOSC had to many compatibility problems because mobile files where located in separate subdirectory. This is different approach and all mobile files are located on the same catalog. Please , give it a try and let me know about any issues.
  11. try this link http://www.zaramir.com/br.php and let me know what you see
  12. Thanks. It would be fun,but seems like a lot of work. Admin site of OSC is few times bigger then customer's site. So, I guess, my answer is: "Not now" :-)
  13. I'm working on new version (v2.0 beta), where mobile files will be located in the same catalog directory, instead of putting them to categories/mobile. I hope it will solve most of problems , related to incompatible plugins. I hope to release it in a couple of weeks
  14. includes/version.php and templates//default/boxes.tpl.php files are not found inside mobile directory. Those are not standard OSC files and part of some other plugin. You could copy them inside mobile directory and see if it solve the problem. Currently iOSC Mobile is not compatible with CRE Template plugin
  15. Thanks for noticing. Will be included in the next release
  16. I will change advance_search.php to search.php in the next version
  17. No, iOSC doesn't have mobile/advanced_search.php. Why is it causing problem? Is any page referring to it?
  18. Comment out AJAX part. Follow instructions here I will suspend AJAX in the next version anyway, it causing too much trouble for everyone
  19. This is correct , but AJAX part (for sliding menues) relies on anchor sign (#). It allows to change url in browser without reloading the page. IUI uses this approach and you could see example here
  20. i think correct setting should be define('DIR_WS_HTTP_CATALOG', '/invest/mobile/'); define('DIR_WS_HTTPS_CATALOG', '/invest/mobile/'); if it doesn't help please send me a link to your site
  21. Yes, in your your mobile/index.php comment out this line include(DIR_MOBILE_CLASSES . 'categories_js.php'); and in mobile/about.php comment this include(DIR_MOBILE_CLASSES . 'about_js.php');
  22. I'm assuming that your main site is located here: http://www.mysite.com/iphone_catalog/index.php and you added your added your mobile plugin inside of iphone_catalog In this case your configurations will be define('DIR_MAIN_HTTP_CATALOG', '/iphone_catalog/'); define('DIR_WS_HTTP_CATALOG', '/iphone_catalog/mobile/'); define('DIR_WS_HTTPS_CATALOG', '/iphone_catalog/mobile/');
  23. Yes, it's most likely because of js files. AJAX functionality is in beta and doesn't seem to work out-of-box. I'm kinda surpriced you are not getting any php warnings. Do you know version of php you running. Also you could add this to your mobile/includes/application_top.php as first line error_reporting(E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE); and see if you get any warning messages if this doesn't help, disable AJAX by removing include(DIR_MOBILE_CLASSES . 'categories_js.php'); from our mobile/index.php and include(DIR_MOBILE_CLASSES . 'about_js.php'); from mobile/about.php
  24. You could try this solution link also can you open http://mysite.com/mobile/index.php ?
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