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  1. burt

    Worldpay hosted payments - php7

    David, are you sure you have the latest file? https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/blob/master/includes/modules/payment/rbsworldpay_hosted.php#L16 shows as __construct (committed 26/02/2017) https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/blob/master/includes/modules/payment/rbsworldpay_hosted.php#L152 shows as a foreach (committed 12/02/2018)
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    category control in Admin

    Most of the code in Frozen and later uses the category_tree class to display category data etc. So it's now (or should be!) a lot less code to do the job. You'd still need some type of admin interface to turn categories inactive with some type of 0/1 flag as described above. On the shop side, you'd need to amend the class file to not load the categories if flag = 0 (inactive) here: https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/blob/master/includes/classes/category_tree.php#L41 I *think* (in the shop side) I updated most things to use the Category Tree, eg: Category Box: https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/blob/master/includes/modules/boxes/bm_categories.php#L43 Category Descriptions: https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/blob/master/includes/modules/content/index_nested/cm_in_category_description.php#L40 Category Icons: https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/blob/master/includes/modules/content/index_nested/cm_in_category_listing.php#L46 Etc and so on. I may have missed some. Obviously addons may not (probably almost certainly not) be using the category_tree, so those would need attention for your flag, or they would need to be updated to use the category_tree class.
  3. You're right, there's only so much anyone can give for free. Hence my commercial project here. There is no "pay" structure - I ask people to contact me to let me know what they can do. Some can do X, some can do Y, some can do nothing, and some call me an asshole I'm surprised that this is the first you heard of 28d, as it's been going 5 years now.
  4. 28d Bonuses have just been emailed out, enjoy!
  5. The fires gone out :( 

    1. Stephan Gebbers

      Stephan Gebbers

      now i know what you are talking about.. "Keith Flint dead at 49". R.I.P.

    2. burt

      burt

      Yes, another one taken way too young :( 

    3. Stephan Gebbers

      Stephan Gebbers

      some news outlets reported a suicide.

      i remember playing Wipeout on PlayStation 2 with "firestarter" as the game soundtrack.

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    Adding Footer Information Pages?

    <h1 class="h4"> make a h1 heading look like a h4 heading. So you need to work out what you want to do prior to doing it. Do you want these headings to have an important weight? Use h1 or h2. Do you want them to have a less important weight? Use or h5 h6. Do you want them to have a certain weight, but look important? Use (eg) 'h4 class=h2' That's oversimplified the concept, but it's a good learning experience to look into it and understand more about what you're doing. https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.0/content/typography/#headings
  7. burt

    Adding Footer Information Pages?

    There's about 20 - 25 changes since then - keep on top of it if you can.
  8. Concept The 28d Project is something I came up with to give shopowners a reason to support development of the Community Edition (CE). IE, shopowner gives some money, they get some good code in return. As we all know, osCommerce is not a product that is sold so there is zero income for anyone, we all give time voluntarily; 5 minutes here, 30 minutes there, an hour sometimes. With the sale of these modules...every penny allows me take time out of "putting bread on the table" and into moving the CE forward. IE, instead of giving an hour a week, I can give a day (well that was the idea). I've run the 28d 4 of the last 5 years; each time in February, hence its name: 28d Project (28 days in february). Over the years it has mostly worked OK, it just about covers its cost and allows me to give a bit extra coding time on top of the minutes here and there. If there is a another 28d, it'll be in February 2020 but I suspect it won't happen as there appears to be very little appetite for supporting the Project. TL:DR; Each shopowner who buys allows me to spend more time working on moving the CE project forward. 1000s of shopowners rely on my code time; it's a very small percentage of those shopowners who say thanks and an even smaller percentage who keep/kept it alive by doing something more.
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    Multi_Vendor_Shipping new thread

    Warning: reset() expects parameter 1 to be array, null given in /includes/classes/vendor_shipping.php on line 51 Find L51 and cast the object to an array. reset( $whatever ); to reset( (array)$whatever ); That is a MASK for that problem, not a fix. That Mask may introduce other problems.
  10. Never tried it, sorry. Bear in mind that "Frozen" is, in effect, just an Edge of a fixed date (May 2018). So...something may have happened (in the core code) during those two months 03/18 -> 05/18 that affects this mod. It maybe worth asking in the addons support thread (if there is one), or making a new thread and asking the developer of the module for input.
  11. @cigarsforless this link should explain: Imagine a Timeline from 2014 (when I started the CE project) until today. EDGE is the latest development in the Timeline) as of today, and is the "Master" download you found. That means that every time code is added...Edge is different from the previous Edge. FROZEN is a fixed release (along the Timeline) from May 2018 GOLD is a fixed release (along the Timeline) from sometime in 2015 (and is now so old, I'd suggest AVOID). So... If you want stable and BSv3: Frozen. If you want latest (not as stable) and BSv4: Edge.
  12. The idiot that coded these things...should have done a little more testing. It's definitely shopowners who are the best testers... So, a few bugfixes have just been sent out - mostly very minor. In all cases, just upload the files included to replace the old. Thank You to all who pointed out my mis-steaks 👍
  13. burt

    Adding Footer Information Pages?

    The CONST code you pasted from this file exists only in EDGE after October 2018, so you must be using BSv4 version CE ?
  14. That would mean a uploading feature per lang as well as storing the PDF location in a lang capable DB table. It's doable, but not with this module - it would need a little(ish) recode. Email me?
  15. Small bug found in 28d28 which only shows up in one peculiar and uncommon circumstance... I will get bugfixes out by the end of weekend or at the very latest on Monday.
  16. I would do it totally away from live site, eg on "localhost", while just having a play... Google "uniform server" for a very easy to set up and easy to use localhost server.
  17. URL: shopping_cart.php (with at least 1 product) WARNING: Notice: Constant TABLE_HEADING_QUANTITY already defined in \includes\languages\english\shopping_cart.php on line 29 Notice: Constant TABLE_HEADING_PRICE already defined in \includes\languages\english\shopping_cart.php on line 31
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    International SEO

    No I don't - SEO is not my field of expertise.
  19. https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/commit/59be0a7e877698564f4c2a3c6aea6faab700050d
  20. https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/commit/9c86f9bd90c6b1fcbaa92777a0e3cfcf1f6fcc09?diff=split
  21. https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/commit/8147bed4a2f606964504772337f6da8ae43c853e#diff-13dae7d4d9c5a71489a5d3523e16b1b5
  22. https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/commit/1b472838b10726395d8a2cad72192b64ebcc6065
  23. https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/commit/6a22a99c32df450fa982814d0fa07aa6102d4f76?diff=split
  24. https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/commit/4a322f66cc357316ee14ac67f4112f05c12d4c07#diff-d3af7f021910d88b81d38ef5f88163c8
  25. burt

    Compare my shop with "Frozen"

    And if you do not know what your installation date is... Go to the commits page [ https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/commits/master ]. Scroll down until you see "Commits on May 18, 2018" (it may be on page 2 of the Commits). Is that code in your shop: YES: you're on Frozen NO: go backwards to the next OLDER commit, is that code in your shop: YES: that's your install date NO: go backward to the next OLDER commit, is that code in your shop: YES/NO ... carry on until you find the oldest code that IS in your shop.
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