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  1. rebelsheep

    Paypal (including Credit and Debit Cards) - How to Alter the Tltle

    All sorted thanks. I was just being an idiot and was uploading includes\apps\paypal\modules\PS\PS.php - instead of the one in the languages folder. Apologies.
  2. rebelsheep

    Paypal (including Credit and Debit Cards) - How to Alter the Tltle

    I'm trying to do the same thing - get rid of the "(including Credit and Debit Cards)" after PayPal in the checkout_payment.php page. I am using the PayPal Standard version, so I edited includes\apps\paypal\english\modules\PS\PS.php and changed module_ps_public_title = PayPal (including Credit and Debit Cards) to just = PayPal. The payment page still says "PayPal (including Credit and Debit Cards)". I even edited the EC.php, HS.php for good measure! Also tried clearing my browser cache. Why isn't the change being applied, what am I missing?
  3. rebelsheep

    Facebook Shop Module

    Ok, thank you for the advice Gyakutsuki - I will have a look at OSCommerce hooks.
  4. rebelsheep

    Facebook Shop Module

    I'm coding this by getting data via a jquery ajax call which gets that taxonomy data I want by calling a separate php page..... $.ajax({ type:'POST', url:'getTaxonomyData.php', data:{level:level, selected_text:selectedText}, success:function(result){ .... } All works fine, but I want getTaxonomyData.php to use the OSCommerce database functions. How do I access these without putting the whole require('includes/application_top.php'); at the top of the code. How do I use tep_db_query and tep_db_fetch_array as well as getting the variables to the database connection?
  5. rebelsheep

    Facebook Shop Module

    Thanks Gyakutsuki, very useful, I will try your code out. It also highlights an important point - that what I write should use bootstrap to be compliant / relevant.
  6. rebelsheep

    Facebook Shop Module

    Hi burt, That's good advice. Google release their taxonomy as a plain txt file or as an exel spreadsheet - so if I used the speadsheet as the source, then it would be one less step for OSCommerce developers (no need for them to import into the OSCommerce database - should the Taxonomy be updated by Google). So I see your point. Regarding the drop downlist/combo... I think I will strike a balance between simplicity and usability. I think a one plain dropdown box to navigate the taxonomy would be too limited from a usability point of you (great from a simplicity pecrspective, though). Instead I am going to implement a 'Google Category Chooser' dialog - which will allow users to drill down through the 6 levels of the taxonomy via listboxes (pretty much a copy of how ebay does it, who actually use <ul>s to miminic listboxes). If there are integration issues further down the line if rolling it out as a module for the community to use, then I can address them then after feedback from the community. The main issue I can see is the Dialog code - which may need to be standardised and added as a feature for OSCommerce developers in the future (a dialog class??).
  7. rebelsheep

    Facebook Shop Module

    Currently the Google Category field has the GoogleProductCategoryID - the user in the combobox or listbox would see the Category choice itself (with the id as the hidden field / value, when chosen). So the Category would show as something like: Electronics > Electronics Accessories > Computer Components > Storage Devices > Disk Duplicators You can see with the length of some of these why I was considering a dialog box (implementing a treeview) as a solution rather than a combox!
  8. rebelsheep

    Facebook Shop Module

    Hi, I'm currently working on a Facebook Shop module that will push Products from OSCommerce to Facebook. I just need a couple of pointers as to the OSCommerce standards for Module development. ie. Facebook has 'Google Product Category' as a required field for feeds to its shop. So I have modified admin/categories.php file to have an extra, Google Category field. To test it it is currently just a textbox - my next step is to change it to a combobox (linked to a GoogleProductCategory table so users can choose). However I thought of implementing the ability to choose the Google Product Category in a pop up form (acting like a dialogue box) - so users can choose from a scrollable list with a Search box too. Would this implementation be frowned upon for an OSCommerce module? Am I moving too far away from the standards and adding to much customisation / proprietary code using a popup dialogue box?
  9. rebelsheep

    Facebook Shop

    puddlec - just downloaded it - yes, it is currently deceased. Researching other options.... will let you know what I come up with. This... ...isn't quite what I was after, but may prove a useful starting point. Also this: https://storeya.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/203852448-How-to-Import-OSCommerce-to-Facebook
  10. rebelsheep

    Facebook Shop

    Hi, Has anyone recently used a Module to push their OSCommerce shop content to a Facebook shop (as well as having an OSCommerce website)? There is a module that appears to do what I would like: https://apps.oscommerce.com/HV62j&amp;marketing-platform-facebook-store-da But it is from 2013 so I am unsure if it would work with Phoenix. Have others using tried this module recently? Experiences? Is this moule my best shot, or is there something more up-to-date available that Phoenix users are using? TY
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