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  1. Protecting product images from overwrite

    Update: I finally fixed this issue by using Select Product Image Directory which works perfectly now. Thank you for your support.
  2. Select Product Image Directory

    Uppdate: ..... This add on saved my life! I copied the code line by line and it finally worked well.
  3. Select Product Image Directory

    Hi everyone, I have oscommerce 2.3.4 and I tried to install this add on: https://apps.oscommerce.com/Get&g5umb&Sfl8h in order to be able to select the folder that product images are uploaded into but after changing files (Admin/categories.php and Admin/includes/languages/english/categories.php) I can no longer load categories.php when i run this URL: admin/categories.php. I receive error HTTP ERROR 500. I will attach the code for Admin/categories.php here and would be much grateful if someone can look into it and see whats wrong. Thank you very much. Thanks kevin categories.php
  4. Protecting product images from overwrite

    Thank you so much Christoph for your response, That solution consists of 40 changes in different files and not only takes a long time to do it but also there is a chance that something goes wrong. This seems to be a major issue and I wonder how everybody else is tackling this issue? Is there any easier solution for that? How about a minor change so system can store all the pictures in sub-directory of image folder (e.g. Images/ProductImages)? Thank you.
  5. Hi everyone, I have installed Oscommerce 2.3.4 and when i create a new product, if the new product image be the same as previous pictures, previous pictures are being overwritten by the new picture. It seems that Oscommerce stores all pictures in a same huge picture folder. Is there any easy fix for this other than changing the name of the pictures all the time? Thank you
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