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Ken_Shea

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    Ken_Shea reacted to burt in Site quick Find question   
    Within the next few weeks, I'll be releasing a Supp Code which does something that would be almost ideal to be refactored into a Filtering system...
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    Ken_Shea reacted to 14steve14 in Location of this button   
    The text for the button is found in includes/langauges/english.php. Search for
    define('IMAGE_BUTTON_CHECKOUT', 'Checkout');
    I changed mine to
    define('IMAGE_BUTTON_CHECKOUT', 'Secure Checkout')
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    Ken_Shea got a reaction from Heatherbell in Where is this text located.   
    I appreciated your input Heather, I am sorry if it came across as if I didn't, I'm kinda a literal black and white sort of person and it get me into trouble at times.
    I think you may be as well
    Were those automatically updated or manually applied to various sections as needed.
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    Ken_Shea reacted to 14steve14 in Where is this text located.   
    @Ken_Shea Apart from having a new code base (ish) which is secure and up to date, Phoenix is also really easy to upgrade as long as no core files have been touched and messed with. Everything is modular. Adding some addons is as simple as upload the files to the correct places, go to admin and install and configure. Along with the fact that Phoenix is suitable for smaller devices as its bootstrap based it will keep the great gods at google, and other search engines happy as its mobile friendly and will show the site in mobile searches. Many of my customers use a smaller device and say the site is good, and that's without upgrading to Phoenix.
    I fully understand about the expense of upgrading from a rather long in the tooth system, I am on an edge version with was bootstrap 3 compatible, which you have probably spent lots of time and money on making all those little changes to make the site suitable for your use. Your biggest problem will be when most hosts turn off PHP versions under 7 (many have stopped supporting these early versions already) as the site will take lots of updating then, and of course things like javascript is constantly being updated.
    Suppport on these forums is getting less and less for the older versions. Developers just are not wasting time on early versions, and who can blame them, so getting any help may be harder in the future.
    Your website is the gateway to your business and if you decide to invest in that gateway its entirely up to you. If you are happy with what you have then leave it as is. I also hate it when the fraternity say that you must upgrade, or you should upgrade. Its up to you as only you know your business and customers.
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    Ken_Shea reacted to Heatherbell in Where is this text located.   
    Try modules/content/product_info/cm_pi_date_available.php
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