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bruyndoncx last won the day on May 9

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About bruyndoncx

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  • Birthday 10/20/1970

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    Carine Bruyndoncx
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    Belgium/ Antwerp/ Turnhout/ Arendonk
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    Professional past: Logica and Deloitte Consulting, solving problems, programming, project and quality management for international clients such as Reuters, SWIFT, HP. Open source solutions fan (oscommerce, osfinancials, cerberus helpdesk)
    Present: operating cooking store (clicks & bricks) store in belgium serving belgium, netherlands, european union online in the webshop and rest of world upon email request.

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  1. if you have 300 of those, I'm guessing you are building your category tree and not using the category tree class to generate some kind of menu or display of categories on the home page ?
  2. time is money, so the proper way for delivery time estimate is to quote it alongside the delivery cost. at least, that is the route i will be taking if I change my system ...
  3. @@Moxamint conceptually looking good to me , the proof is in the pudding or not ? @@Psytanium
  4. if you post the code, we ll indicate what to change ...
  5. should not be too difficult to change it do that you apply the rate (per kg) to the actual shopping cart weight upto a certain limit
  6. I'm using better checkout, I just used the addresbook and edited an addres to make it primary without issue.
  7. No I don't have qtpro and I don't use product attributes much since I typically do want to keep stock by color/variation. I think i might have one active product with an attribute (a 3 euro workers sandwiches box in green or blue :D )
  8. FYI, I'm running 7.1 since 2 weeks now. I used the 7.x branch on github to fix most of the deprecated warnings. When I have time, I enable more logging and fix notices in my (bad) custom code. But i do not have any fatal errors or other issues stopping me from using 7.1.
  9. I have not found the golden bullet yet, but the one page that consistently is found more than other pages is an article page where links to different products and categories are spread throughout the content of the article.
  10. put a backslash \ in front of it
  11. as a little FYI for @@BrockleyJohn and @@burt since I asked/posted about PHP7 1) I have read more about PHP7 changes in detail (especially the variable variables and execution order) 2) I decided it is all pretty low risk changes, I have not moved further to install on a raspberrypi, but I'm gonna be brave . Worst case, I just switch back to php 5.6, in 2 mins 3) I have checked out Johns PHP7 comp pack 02 branch onto my server and used BCompare to apply the changes in the code on the CATALOG side (all the relevant changes in the subdirectories, not the catalog pages themself as I have not integrated with Bootstrap) 4) I'm monitoring all errors on my live system to see if anything odd pops up (like multisafepay code seems to work, but is not fully compatible yet - depracated errors) So far so good. 5) Started on the admin code, but again, can't find anything not working at this time on the admin side, just notices and deprecated warnings I need to cleanup in my custom code/modules 6) if you use APCu caching, apc_xxxx functions are no longer supported, need to change to apcu_xxx Question What is the minimum required PHP version for responsive oscommerce, 5.x ? Can we remove the specific php 4.x code pieces ?
  12. wouldn't an ajax call for the extra/different content work better ?
  13. play your own host, get a raspberry pi ?my host offers php7, but only sitewide, i am going to test first on a raspberry pi before i take the plunch.
  14. hhhmmmm, raising hand here :D
  15. edge is not tested yet with php 7, there is some info about it here on the forum. 5.6 i dont know the status exactly, i am on 5.5 without issues, and i think many more are ...