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    Template install

    Ask the template provider!
  2. You also need to make the template admin file... admin/includes/templates/
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    Purchase Without Account

    Peter, I agree with everything you have to say. PWA has never been a solid addition to any site in my opinion - it's better to strip out some of the checkout and only "hide" other bits. Remember that a buyer doesn't need to create an account, he does need to give contact details and payment info though - and if an account is created from that, then it's all good.
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    Contrib admin in next osC

    You own osCommerce as much as the next person, so if you want this to be a reality, you should go ahead and code it up. Or get someone to code it for you. There are at least 2 donation modules that I am aware of.
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    Fix Design Details

    I believe you have to install no contributions to create space in an infobox. Just use CSS. What are you trying to achieve exactly? That said, I agree with you and hope the code in v3 is more semantically correct.
  6. The only thing I can think of is to parse the img src through a PHP page which counts and updates the database as necessary. So the link will look something like: <a href="http://www.snowzone.net.au/demostore/default.php?ref=14" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.snowzone.net.au/demostore/image.php?image=banner_a&ref=14" border="0"></a> Now image.php will need to parse the ref and add an impression to the database, but will also need to send a mime type and display the image. Not simple and definately heavy on the database... Whilst doing this, I just logged back into Snowzone to build a banner and get this: <a href="http://www.snowzone.net.au/demostore/default.php?ref=14" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.snowzone.net.au/demostore/images/" border="0"></a> The img src is not giving an image... .jpg or .gif or .png etc... HTH
  7. I think that it should be kept 100% seperate. I run an Affiliate Scheme on a site and 95% of my Affiliates are people wanting to earn a $?$, they are not interested in becoming a customer. Maybe this is a UK-centric thing though? Don't know. No worries, the one I presently run does exactly that - "thanks for signing up - now go check your email and log in" type of thing...
  8. The only thing I can see is that when I signed up, I was automatically logged into the Affiliate area - I didn't have to wait for my email to arrive with the username/pass combo. I went to build myself a banner - and my ?ref=0 which was wrong. So I logged out and back in (using the details sent in the email) and now my ?ref=14 So that could be a problem... HTH
  9. http://www.oscommerce.com/downloads.php/co...ions,329/type,5 Not perfect, but workable.
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    add fav2

    Copied & pasted from the readme file included in the zip:
  11. Theres only one file to look in :shock: Lines 36 and 39 of add_favourites.php
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