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nigecon

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  • Birthday 10/28/1975

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    Nigel Conway
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    Shropshire, UK
  1. Hello Just a quick line to say thanks, It all worked first time many thanks
  2. Hi Just wanted to say Thankyou for a great Mod, It was easy to install and that was with having several big Mods alreddy on the shop so I had to be very careful with adding the code on a few of the files. So, Many thanks for not only developing but for making it available to the rest of us mortals, Nigel,
  3. HI I have seen several requests within this thread regarding a HTML edtior Has anyone got theirs to work with this mod yet ? I am using WYSIWYG HTMLArea FOR PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS v1.7 It says that i can add it to other contabs with in the read me file of the edtior to gives the few lines of code that needs to be installed within the page But its not so clear as to which page needs it so me question woul dbe if i was to add the edtior which page with in the info pages woul di nee dto added it to ? Thanks Nigel
  4. Hi You all reddy have that abilty within the default settings of your shop Look in your aDMIN UNDER catalog> Products Attributes Here you can set up options and have extra prices attached for the extra options
  5. HI First thanks for a great Contab, It was easy to install and easy to use, The only hicup i have is as follows, Everything works and show 100% however when in the admin and i am managing the Q when I am in the sub folders and I try to move or deleate a Q I get the following error Fatal error: Call to undefined function: tep_array_reverse() in /home/xxxxxxx/public_html/catalog/admin/includes/functions/faqdesk_general.php on line 206 This doent happen if i am in the main folder only in subfolders Has anyone any ideas why this happens or how to fix I have looked through this thread and cant see anyone else with the same prob? Thanks in advance Nigel
  6. Hello, I have just spent the last few hours loooking through this tread for an answer to my question and unless i am having a bad dyslex moment i cant seem to find the answer i seek, I have installed the Contab as per instruction and everything seem to be showing well in the Catalog side as does the NewsDesk Admin side but when i click the Article Management link in admin i get a blank page with the following error Parse error: parse error, unexpected '{' in /home/xxxxx/public_html/catalog/admin/newsdesk.php on line 16 It is refering to a file that was provided so i can only assume its corect so this error shount be showing, Has anyone any Ideas, This is the only error i can see but seems to be a major one for me The NewsDesk has been set up on a MS2.2 with about 5 other Contabs on it so far I like what i can see of this Contab and would like a chance to get to use it. so i can, if nothing else make a post to say How great it is without the BUT! Thanks for your help in advance,
  7. Hi Yes it changes the code in /includes/boxes/information.php page and replaces it with Info pages link and a contact us link You can add your old Links back into the code on /includes/boxes/information.php if you want and or you may need to add back some for other contabs e.g. Voucher and coupons Or the easyer way is just to re write the missing pages in the Info pages place so it will make edtied them easyer in future
  8. You need to make sure you have set the page in admin to live ( click the Green button) for it to show in the catalog
  9. I am assuming the easyest way is to find the contributions you want removed download the orginal contribution and then reverse the install process e.g. Where it says in the readme file, for you to add code you remove the code, where its added new pages you remove the pages, you may have to add any code the contribution would have writen over but it depends on the contribution installed I just done this tonight with a contribution and everything is ok I had only installed it the day before and so i was used to it and new what i had put in