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  1. Look in the phoenix announcements thread there has been lots of small updates since its release.
  2. 14steve14

    Time for a Bottom Up Rebuild?

    Every business has startup or running costs and website development for an online business should be included. But if you are just playing at websites then I see your point it can work out expensive. I had a look at opencart and there developers release a free version of a full addon that does not include every feature as a taster. Great idea and one that should be done here, but part of every sale should go back into the pot to help pay for future core code updates and changes.
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    Cosmetic changes to Phoenix Home Page

    Make sure that your user.css file is the last one listed in your view source. Mine was first in the list not last, and there has now been a fix for this so look in the phoenix announcements thread if you are using Phoenix.. Also use the developer tools available with most browsers, I know chrome and firefox have them, to inspect an element to see what is controlling the area or item you want to change.
  4. 14steve14

    Time for a Bottom Up Rebuild?

    I have said for a very long time that the core of oscommerce needs to be fit for today's market. It has to offer the features that are needed in today's harsh selling environment. It has to do everything well. Recently I have been looking for other software as a replacement module for the old Stripe payments was not available and was in the hands of Harald, so was never going to done. There are lots of carts out there, some more popular than others, but all offer standard features not available to oscommerce which are needed to run an ecommerce store and generate sales. This has been known but ignored by those in charge for years, and another thread moaning about what should or should not be included will not have any effect. There is a lot of grounds to be made up and without someone to lead a marketing push, which should generate interest from new developers and new users, then I am afraid that the project will just fizzle out. There is nothing stopping people creating modules and submitting them to be considered to be put into core, but they have to be coded first to show what they can do and they have to work. Its wrong to expect one person to do it all as much as its wrong for one person to want to do it all.
  5. 14steve14

    Time for a Bottom Up Rebuild?

    You are right there. There are loads of members very few of which are helpers so it could have been, and should have been kept in the open public forum.
  6. 14steve14

    Time for a Bottom Up Rebuild?

    That's what the Phoenix club is used for although not everyone can join. A lot of ideas have come from discussions there.
  7. @BrockleyJohn What ever you did has sorted it. @burt thanks for releasing the fix so quick. CSS changes now work.
  8. 14steve14

    Time for a Bottom Up Rebuild?

    @valquiria23 we gave to agree to disagree. People cant wait for someone else to do everything. The so called team (Gary) needs all the help he can otherwise development will stop or slow. He cannot be expected to do everything that everyone wants.
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    Stripe v3 module for SCA

    I have just placed a test order and added a comment to the order. That comment shows on the invoice at the top of the comments section. If I knew what I was doing I would look at the PayPal module and see why that only shows the customer order comments and not any of the other stuff it saves. Like I say the old module for Stripe used to do this so nothing lost. I just wondered if it could be removed. Thanks for taking the time to look.
  10. 14steve14

    Stripe v3 module for SCA

    Many thanks @raiwa for the quick response. There are some comments showing where the order comments should be n my invoice. This is the only payment module to show them. The old original module also showed them. I have circled the comments. What I dont have is an image with the standard order comments showing that a customer can add to the order process.
  11. 14steve14

    Stripe v3 module for SCA

    I have just tested the most recent version with live and test payments and all seems to be working as it should. I did uninstall and remove the old stripe code form the site before testing so things must be looking up. My only comment is that payment details are showing again on the invoices. Is there a way for this not to show, but to be saved somewhere. In some of the earlier versions this dint happen.
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    Time for a Bottom Up Rebuild?

    How big do you think this active team of developers is. At the moment its Gary on his own. No Harald nor anyone else as far as I am aware. If people want these payment modules, get them coded, tested and let those that can add to the core see what you gave done. It may get added if its good enough.
  13. @burt It was John that contacted me for more details. Thought a post here may generate a bit more help or at the very least a few ideas.
  14. I has been pointed out that the user.css file is called before the bootstrap files, rather than after. Viewing the source of the page I see <!-- stylesheets hooked --> <style>* {min-height: 0.01px;}.form-control-feedback { position: absolute; width: auto; top: 7px; right: 45px; margin-top: 0; }@media (max-width: 575.98px) {.display-1 {font-size: 3rem;font-weight: 300;line-height: 1.0;}.display-2 {font-size: 2.75rem;font-weight: 300;line-height: 1.0;}.display-3 {font-size: 2.25rem;font-weight: 300;line-height: 1.0;}.display-4 {font-size: 1.75rem;font-weight: 300;line-height: 1.0;}h4 {font-size: 1rem;}}</style> <link href="user.css" rel="stylesheet"> <style>@media (min-width: 576px) {.card-group > .card.is-product {max-width: 50%;}.card-deck > .card.is-product {max-width: calc(50% - 30px);}.card-columns {column-count: 2;}} @media (min-width: 768px) {.card-group > .card.is-product {max-width: 33.333333333333%;}.card-deck > .card.is-product {max-width: calc(33.333333333333% - 30px);}.card-columns {column-count: 3;}} @media (min-width: 992px) {.card-group > .card.is-product {max-width: 25%;}.card-deck > .card.is-product {max-width: calc(25% - 30px);}.card-columns {column-count: 4;}} @media (min-width: 1200px) {.card-group > .card.is-product {max-width: 25%;}.card-deck > .card.is-product {max-width: calc(25% - 30px);}.card-columns {column-count: 4;}}</style> <!-- fa hooked --> <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://use.fontawesome.com/releases/v5.10.2/css/all.css" crossorigin="anonymous"> <!-- bs hooked --> <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://stackpath.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/4.3.1/css/bootstrap.min.css" integrity="sha384-ggOyR0iXCbMQv3Xipma34MD+dH/1fQ784/j6cY/iJTQUOhcWr7x9JvoRxT2MZw1T" crossorigin="anonymous"> Shouldnt the user.css stuff be after all the other bits. If so how do we change the sort order of the hooks?
  15. 14steve14

    Royal Mail shipping module

    Compare your RM files with the files from a standard oscommerce shipping module as I believe they were created using the flat rate as a base. I expect there has been a PHP change somewhere. You should also be able to find out why the module does not work by looking in your php error files.