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About aksteven

  • Birthday 08/02/1965

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    Andrew Steven
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    Banbury, UK
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  1. OK, this is turning into a nightmare! I've implemented loads of ecommerce stores over the past few years and I have NEVER come across anything like this HSBC module. Their development team should be shot. I'm never going to use anyone except securehosting.com again. Having got that off my chest, I'm here ready to PAY MONEY to someone to do this for me. I give up. Yes, if you're a programmer and you have successfully implemented this HSBC module I want to hear from you. I will pay your fee gladly. I have tried the HSBC Ver 3 module and got Hacking Attempt. I've gone through the instructions until I'm cross-eyed and I can't make sense of where I've gone wrong. So then I tried the DownHomeConsulting module. I've installed mhash and mcrypt on my server (phpinfo ()) shows clearly that they're there, yet I'm still getting Fatal error: Call to undefined function mcrypt_module_open() in /home/httpd/vhosts/f4l.co.uk/httpdocs/includes/modules/payment/hsbc.php on line 502 . I've done everything I can think of, I've spent days pouring over forums to try and work this out, and I've hit a brick wall. If you can help please contact me at asteven AT asteven dot com. Thanks. Andrew
  2. I answered my own question with a bit of common sense and a beer. Because both John and I had the original HSBC module installed, the 'new' HSBC module was looking to the database to populate the labels and fields of the 'old' HSBC module. Simply clicking Remove then Install cured the problem. Hope this helps. Andrew
  3. John, Did you get an answer from the author of this module, as I too have the blank field label problem. Thanks, Andrew
  4. aksteven

    Vendor_Auto_E-mail (In_Development)

    I have had this contrib installed for a while but not active as my client's not ready for it yet.... I have been asked, however to give him the ability to set the Net price as a percentage of the vendor's base price (fixed percentage mark-up) and in revisiting the contrib page I see that that was one of the original aims. Does the latest release of this contrib have this feature? Does anyone know how to accomplish this? I need to have OSC calculate the Net price automatically based on Base price with the option to manually alter the Net price. Thanks in advance for your reply. B) Andrew
  5. Hi Tom, Your contribution looks perfect for me, only I'm having a problem getting it to display the images. I can't work out whether GD is resizing the images correctly (an outline appears where the image should be and it is the right size), and I'm not sure whether the path to the resized image is correct. Here's an example: http://www.f4l.co.uk/imagemagic.php?img=im...338&h=150&page= I've manually created the /thumbnails directory in the root of my site, i.e. /home/httpd/vhosts/f4l.co.uk/httpdocs/thumbnails and CHMODed it to 777, but it's empty, so clearly the resized images aren't being written to it. I'm using PHP 4.4.1 and GD 2.0.28 with support for all formats enabled. The site is at www.f4l.co.uk and is password protected during development - user is carol and password is access. I have been through your instructions several times with a fine-tooth comb, and I can't see where I'm going wrong. This is a heavily modified site, so I'm worried that another contribution is causing the problem, however I wonder what your initial thoughts are on reading this... Is this an issue you have come across before? Thanks for any help/guidance that you or any other people of greater intelligence than myself can offer. Andrew