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bruyndoncx got a reaction from Gyakutsuki in 2.4 Series
So there is someone with the knowledge and drive to take this further based on 2.4 , from a far meeting pretty much a lot of the. requirements for a preferred solution, and put a load of information on github.
So yes you can not promote your fork, but it is a continuation of the work started and a practical solution to workaround the imposed status quo by hpdl.
bruyndoncx reacted to leatherdealer in Display all products of subcategories in main category
Works just fine. No need to employ someone to link 20k products 😂
bruyndoncx got a reaction from leatherdealer in Display all products of subcategories in main category
looks like you found it
bruyndoncx reacted to clustersolutions in Optimizing db query to speed up orders.php
Yea, something still not very right about your query. You were doing a full table scan before. 110k record really isn't that much. Your probably doing few too many unnecessary order by desc stuff even now. Remember orders table has a primary key order_id, go from there and inner join the orders_total and orders_status should be good enough, and add indexes to the sub tables if necessary. You want your explain type to be ref as much as possible, and use keys. As with the group by, there's not much you can do, it will use temp space file sort, unless u have boat loads of RAM and have configured the engine to do so. Go to innodb, it will give you a lot more flexibility to tune ur stuffs...btw, you have to look at engine status to see dead lock, and not explain...FYI.
bruyndoncx reacted to Hotclutch in Speeding up your website load times.
To be honest I don't think this one is worth doing. Besides the inconvenience to yourself to have to maintain that file every time you want to make a change, the file won't be cached in the same way as when you're linking to CDN. A user coming to your site may already have the FA in their cache, and won't have to download again. Whereas now they will have to download your custom CSS everytime.
bruyndoncx got a reaction from radhavallabh in Upgrade 2.3.4 to CE database SELECTIVELY.
I have previously installed the CE version configuration table into it's own new table and left my existing config alone. Then I uploaded the files into a separate directory and started to see where things went wrong and how to move my config over to the CE version or what alter table statements were needed to get my products, categories etc in sync ...
It is less risky to fix things like this one by one, rather than start all over ...
It will take time and perseverence
bruyndoncx reacted to burt in Frozen to BSv4
I don't expect this will be a publicly available thing; its a showcase of what the Responsive could (and should) have been had we got as far as Final.
It will be available to some shopowners if they want it, but that will only be the handful of shopowners who are the diehard supporters of my efforts.
Put simply; this is made to flatten my bsv4 learning curve.
bruyndoncx reacted to piernas in Shipping table is now a real table :)
It can be adapted to any other module that uses the same system.
Note: The net pice is caclulated based on the tax class from the module. It will apply only to the countries in the module's zone and it's not savet to database but calculated on the fly. For this column to work you need to set up the tax rate first, save and enter the module configuration again.
Here is the file: https://apps.oscommerce.com/wyYLv&sgipping-table-module-update
@burt you can replace the stock one if you consider it fits the community project.
bruyndoncx reacted to kymation in Horizontal Megamenu
This Addon adds a horizontal menu bar in the header of every store page. This menu bar contains the names of each of your top-level categories. When a customer clicks on a category name, a Megamenu expands below the menu bar. This Megamenu contains a category image and name for each of the top-level category's subcategories, or the top-level category image and name and a list of links to the products in that category if there are no subcategories.
The Addon code is available here.
bruyndoncx reacted to JcMagpie in Upgrade, or change cart?
Running a number of stores on 2.2a for the last 15 years I have just gone through the process of upgrading all to Edge. The process was quite straight forward and with help from the forum was achieved in quite a short time period. Thanks to all who helped :).
I looked at all the options available to me before doing this and I came to the conclusion that osC was still the best option available for open source route.
As long as the shop owners appreciate the work done by people who contribute to the code and are willing to help keep it going, I don't see why another 18 years and more should not be achieved.
As users its up to us to get involved and help keep the project moving. Its very tempting to get your store up and running and then take a back seat! I know I've been guilty of that my self in the past.
bruyndoncx got a reaction from ArtcoInc in 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.
bruyndoncx reacted to Tsimi in We need your help to finalize osC Edge!
I took the liberty of creating a list with all the current 27 goodies. One more to go I think.
Day 01 - Better Stock Message
Day 02 - Product Tabs
Day 03 - Review Data
Day 04 - News/Blog Slider and Carousel
Day 05 - Back To Top & Continue Shopping
Day 06 - Product Terms
Day 07 - Per Product "Contact Us"
Day 08 - Country & State Selector
Day 09 - Heatmap Tracking
Day 10 - Three Navbar Modules
Day 11 - Password Reinforcement
Day 12 - Updating Prices
Day 13 - Manufacturer Filter
Day 14 - Moar Password, Going Backwards
Day 15 - Batch Actions
Day 16 - Automated GDPR
Day 17 - Sale Sticker
Day 18 - Device Data
Day 19 - Recover Carts
Day 20 - Security Questions
Day 21 - Lower Price
Day 22 - More Product Tabs
Day 23 - Data Driven Replacements
Day 24 - More GDPR
Day 25 - Product Listing Modules
Day 26 - Login Modules
Day 27 - Merge Accounts
Day 28 - Key System (Hands Off)
bruyndoncx reacted to BrockleyJohn in Bootstrap 3 in 2.3.4 - Responsive from the Get Go
@Demitry apologies - sloppy checking. I've never seen that code path before; I don't believe I've had a BS client yet that doesn't use large images which is the only time that statement gets used. I had to go back remove the large images from my test product to reproduce. The reason it is originally there is to prevent a quote (or double-quote) in the product name breaking the page or throwing an error. You should check whether either breaks your change.
This isn't necessarily the place to address it because the scope of the project is to provide a responsive variant of the main osc release. The more additional change that's done, the harder it is to bring this variant and the main release stream back together in the future. The only serious departure from this has been php7 compliance because of the strength of demand from BS-users. If there's a big problem that prevents people using the project for some reason, an urgent new requirement (eg for google, meta data etc) or something that makes it much easier to create addons without changing core code then maybe there's a discussion to be had but I don't think that what you're raising here falls into these categories.
If changes are introduced for an issue that's carried through from the mainstream but which eventually gets fixed in a different way in the mainstream, that can create an extra migration issue for getting BS-based projects into a mainstream version at some point in the future.