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  1. There is something like that in the default 234bs demo site => Ajax cart. Even there I can't find a double </a></a>
  2. I do not see this code anywhere?
  3. Database structure

    ps, you can do that for any file, just navigate to the file (at github) and then hit the history button.
  4. Database structure

    @Mikepo https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/commits/master/install/oscommerce.sql
  5. Progress is Made index.php - new products for month index.php?cPath=1 - new products for month index.php?cPath=1_4 - product list in category specials.php products_new.php advanced_search_result.php?keywords=matrox Does anyone spot any problems in any of the pages (not just these product lists)...
  6. Todays task is to try to make all the places where a product shows (in a list) look the same. I settled on this look: The places where a product shows (in a list) is (linked to Frozen so that you can see the differences); http://template.me.uk/234bs3/index.php - new products for month http://template.me.uk/234bs3/index.php?cPath=1 - new products for month http://template.me.uk/234bs3/index.php?cPath=1_4 - product list in category http://template.me.uk/234bs3/specials.php http://template.me.uk/234bs3/products_new.php http://template.me.uk/234bs3/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=matrox You can see that in Edge/Frozen the lists look broadly similar. I want them all to look exact the same in Frozen2BS4
  7. Nah, it's cool. It's interesting to me to try to understand the mindset of some of the posters on that thread.
  8. Massive changes in bootstrap structure between v3 and v4. If shopowner is using an unabused recentish Edge or Frozen... drop on the new files. When...soon. Where...undecided. To whom...people who I feel are supportive. Next two projects are lined up which will radically change osCommerce for the better.
  9. Carousel is built into BSv4, and a quick and easy module built, so all that needs to be done is turn it on. No limit to number of images and no need to change any core code Grid/List module is now a lot smoother Footer area is now cleaner code Lots of code changes in other places to suit the new layout style of BSv4 I know some people appreciate what goes on, I am certain that others do not. That's life.
  10. Taking a break from this Forum.  Should anyone wish to contact me please feel free to do so by email.  Thanks.

  11. Thanks for the heads up Mike - it should now be working? I am taking a break from this Forum but still available elsewhere (email)... G
  12. If anyone needs any of these mods, please email me as I am taking a break from this Forum. Ditto for support needs if you already have any of these mods. My email address is oscshops AT gmail DOT com
  13. Are now available without the other 28d modules, because a few people contacted me about buying these but did not want the other 28d things. What Are They A bunch of modules designed to help to make shopowner life easier. They are not mandatory to have, as there are other options available in the addons area, or you could just create the customer data yourself as and when you get a GDPR request. GDPR Display Modules These modules load up and display the Customers data (to the Customer). GDPR Intro This one simply gives a bit of Blah about what the GDPR is. You can obviously change the text to better reflect your needs. Personal Details Show the Customer what Personal Data you hold Contact Details Show the Customer what Contact Details you hold Contact Details, extra Addresses Show the Customer any extra Addresses he has added Site Details Show the Customer the data that the site has created and assigned to him. Site Actions Show the Customer what actions he has performed. IP Addresses Show the Customer his stored IP Addresses Yes, shopowner, you do store IP addresses in some case even if you think you don't!! Orders Show Customer his Orders + link to them Cart Show the Customer what is in his Cart right now. Notifications Show the Customer which Products he is being notified about. Cookies Shows the Customer the Cookies that your site loaded. Update: this now includes "delete" button for non-essential cookies. Reviews Show the Customer his reviews, allow him to delete/anonymize them. Download Data Button Allow the Customer to download all of his Data per the GDPR Regulations. Other Modules Included There are some other modules included to extend the simplicity of the Display Modules; MATC (create_account.php) This displays a MATC tickbox, with popup links. This consent is stored as a Site Action. MATC (checkout_confirmation.php) This displays a MATC tickbox, with popup links. This consent is stored as a Site Action. Account Links (account.php) Two modules which create new links in the account.php page. First link leads to the page that has the GDPR Display modules. Second link leads to a page where customer can self-delete himself. Delete Page Customer can nuke his details (aka "forget me"). Order Data is Retained. Email Popup Shows some text to reaffirm that you ask for the email only to use for its intended purpose. Text can obviously be changed by you. Conclusion All of the above modules CHANGE NO CORE CODE. They are designed to make your life (as shopowner) easier, and allow your customers to instantly perform GDPR actions (eg, forget me, port my data). Video Live Demo http://template.me.uk/234bs3/create_account.php Please create an account, buy a product. After this go to account.php then hit the link for the GDPR page. Here you can see some of the modules loaded. Good For Gold - YES, with minor .css addition Edge - YES Frozen - YES 2.3.4 - YES, with minor .css addition Want It? All ya gotta do is EMAIL me on oscshops AT gmail DOT com to have a chat and get a price.
  14. 28d, 2018

    If anyone needs any of these mods, please email me as I am taking a break from this Forum. Ditto for support needs if you already have any of these mods. My email address is oscshops AT gmail DOT com
  15. Third installment of the 28d Project. I missed last year for reasons, but this year it's back. I'm running it slightly differently to previous versions, as this time there will be no option to buy each days package - that was frustratingly difficult to manage - sorry. Instead there will be a very simple "buy now" price for everything, and that will go up in price as February goes by, therefore those who can buy earlier...pay less...and those who buy later...pay more. Hit the [Follow] button in the right hand corner of this page as I shall be updating this post as the days go by. Should anyone wish to pre-buy...thank you for your consideration and support. PM me and we can arrange it. Don't know what the 28d Project is? I make code available during February (each year, usually). This is code that I have created or updated and make available for an all-in price. Had a couple of questions by PM; Edge Compatible: Yes Gold Compatible: Yes(ish), you might need to update some files to the Edge version, I will point these out in the individual "readme" for each. Certainly nothing to be worried about! PHP7 Compatible: Yes Official osCommerce Compatible: No, sorry Core Code Changes: Will be kept to an absolute minimum, you guys know I hate to change Core and I know you guys hate Core Code Changes...but sometimes, it is, unfortunately, unavoidable. Progress: I have 21 things coded and ready for finalised checking. 1 thing is being live tested by a shop. 6 or 7 things more to write; ideas would be welcomed for small to medium things Thanks for all the PMs and Feedback so far!
  16. Store Logos Multi

    Niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee This is needed.
  17. It's eBay though. One of those sites that gets away with all sorts of shit because they are big.
  18. 100% not legal per the GDPR regulations. What they say is; click any link and you have accepted. But what if I want to view their terms/privacy and then decline.
  19. Here is Gumtrees take on that "positive affirmative action for consent"... So, if you click a link, or press "I accept" ... you've accepted. No way to say "no".