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    Carine Bruyndoncx
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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. Hmmm ... another question for you guyst ... which features will help you sell more or more profitably and will allow you to sponsor some development to get your wishlist implemented ?
  2. Horizontal Megamenu

    the sort order is missing from your configuration, probably you need to add the field into your product listing first for it to be available as sort option under mega menu.
  3. Upgrade, or change cart?

    My deciding factor would be if there is a migration path from old osCommerce to new , being it osCommerce or to alternative cart. Granted the big changes, some re-learning would be needed either way. Then the question is , in new oscommerce or alternative cart, if you have the same freedom and easy of making changes at minimal cost.
  4. I just have a thumbbar category with an extra manufacturer filter and the first not in stock piece customized to distinguish temporarily not in stock vs completely sold out. Google hj3460 and you should find an example it in the listings (at least it is pretty high up on my google search)
  5. I'm addicted to Burts code. Whenever he puts something out in the dark winter days, I need to have it :D and I'm not even running the BS version. But since it is coded up nicely, I can also adapt it easily to my needs.
  6. Geotargeting

    I really prefer a separate country and language selection like all big brands do nowadays
  7. I wondered if there are any and it made me smile :D

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    2. burt


      Someones got a secret webcam installed at my place!

    3. MrPhil


      I've got my laptop's webcam turned off, but just in case someone manages to bypass that and turn it on, I have it (and the microphone) covered with a piece of electrical tape! Me, paranoid? Who sent you?

    4. bruyndoncx


      Just because you are schisofrenic doesn't mean the world is not after you to get you ! :dry:

  8. @tgely ping me again in 3 months ... overwhelmed with work (store shutdown and warehouse move, another part time job with office move, and private house move ...) no time to tinker now.
  9. I attended local seminar about GDPR by our accounting firm and their security and audit department. Basically GDPR lays out common sense for security measures to protect the privacy of personall data of your customers. Plus you need to document who the consumer can contact for personal data (verification, correction or removal) Adres information that you keep with the orders in the accounts is not sensitive data. If you start to profile and keep track of the age of their kids and stuff then you can become in the grey area of things. If you have a doctors practice with medical records that is a big difference from an ecommerce operation. So you need to do common sense to ensure data theft is not possible (securing logins, pasword policy, no usb stick backups, servers behind lock). Make sure that (paper) processes are documented and paper records are destroyed so that private and sensitive personal data can not end up in the wrong hands. Also in a bigger setting with sensitive data, staff should only have access to the (sensitive) data that they need to know. Eg the janitor should not be able to access medical records to be blunt about it ... :D I personally think it is a good effort to raise the awareness, it is just peoples reaction is over the top if they don't understand the concept of sensitive data and overall risk mitigation. Edit: big caveat, if you sell personal data then you are in trouble :D
  10. how about spelling out the where clause with numerics without the year and adding the specific year end and year begin as extra where or where statements besides the typical date ranage ? (%c and %d) not using any year reference in the where clause. Sorry, I'm still pretty busy, might have some time tonight ...
  11. Google Shopping for Clothing INTEGRATION

    a GTIN is an EAN and burt has code for that added in the responsive version if I remember well. Should not be too hard to find that piece of code and apply it to your 2.3.3 as the responsive bootstrap version has not really touched on the admin side of things.
  12. Admin to Bootstrap NO HTML changes

    I think this is an excellent compatibility fix. It modernizes the backend, allows you to integrate newer bootstrap styled pages, and gradually get rid of the old stuf - if and when time allows. I can see removing old stuff from the most frequently used pages, and not bother with the less frequently used pages and let jquery do it's magic.
  13. Clearance Price addon

    As for storewide discounts, I have a category discount setup on our shop. We are in clearance mode for the physical shop - I defined different % for the top level categories. Modified the product page to show the discounted price. Only drawback is that it is not shown on the listing, nor in the shopping cart. Not perfect, but workable till I have a products class implemented with all the pricing logic.
  14. Build a LAMP Stack for OSC

    forgot to mention, that RPI is just on the local network. It is an easy way for a unix environment where you have full control vs a cheap host.